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Title: New Sugar Substitute
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 25 July 2009 at 06:59
New research is suggesting that stevia -- a natural compound isolated from the leaves of the plant Stevia rebaudiana -- may fit the bill. It’s low in calories and about 30 times sweeter than sucrose, and it’s been used as a sweetener in Japan for decades.

Coming to a Store Near You
After the FDA banned stevia from commercial food use in the early 1990s, you could only find it sold as a supplement. Until recently. Now, the FDA has cleared it for use as a sweetener in commercially prepared foods and beverages, with the caveat that excessive levels may be toxic. But because stevia is so sweet, you don’t need much. Early research suggests it may even have some benefits to blood pressure and blood sugar.

From http://www.realage.com/ct/eat-smart/food-and-nutrition/
Title: Re: New Sugar Substitute
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 25 July 2009 at 13:49
http://stevia.net/ (http://stevia.net/)

Stevia isn't exactly new, it has been around for almost 500 years, but it threatens the sweetener industry so it has been surpressed.

There was a judeo-conspiracy back in the early 1990's to ban Stevia for sale in the US, due to the threats it posed to the artificial sweetener industry, which at that time and up to today was making multi-billions per year by pumping all foods we eat full of toxic chemicals that taste "sweet."  For example, I don't know what things are like down under, but up here you can't buy any chewing gum at all that doesn't have nutrasweet in it.

There are a boatload of problems and toxic side-effects with both nutrasweet and sucralose are very toxic.  10% of the nutrasweet molecule is methyl [wood] alchocol, which has long been known to cause severe neurological problems in humans.  Sucralose – a chlorinated hydrocarbon – is hardly any better: it is in the same family of chemicals as DDT and phosgene gas (a WWI chemical warfare gas), and sucralose will indeed produce phosgene gas when heated close to 400 degrees F.

http://www.dorway.com/ (http://www.dorway.com/)  ← collected research on the toxicity of artificial sweeteners is here.

Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World – documentary on aspartame problems.
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-6551291488524526735&ei=gQprSvmQNsjglQeWuoRv&hl=en (http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-6551291488524526735&ei=gQprSvmQNsjglQeWuoRv&hl=en)

As you watch this movie, you will see that NutraSweet was pushed through for FDA approval with the help of Donald Rumsfeld, over the objections of the scientific community.  The previous CEO of the SG Seale Corporation which made the nutrasweet was a jew by the name of Shapiro.

Stevia is used regularly in this household.  Side effects have been minimal.  There is a stevia soda on the market with 6 flavors called Zevia.  http://www.zevia.com/

Research proof on stevia's safety is here:

http://stevia.net/safety.htm (http://stevia.net/safety.htm)

It used to be expensive to buy but now the prices for stevia have come down in recent years and it can be bought at most large supermarkets.  The taste is smoother and more “natural” than that of refined sugar.  No blood sugar spikes are cause by stevia.
Title: Re: New Sugar Substitute
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 25 July 2009 at 15:44
One thing that I neglected to mention in my originating post is that the Japs have used Stevia for centuries and still do.

I doubt it's the only reason, but it might be a major contributing factor as to why there are more fat, lazy Whites than there are fat, lazy Japs. (Percentage wise, not person for person.)

BTW, the chewing gum here has either saccharin (sugar free diet products which always taste foul) or sugar.

http://www.sugarfreezone.com.au/faq.html#glossary (http://www.sugarfreezone.com.au/faq.html#glossary) for more info about sugar replacements.

And remember that Klassen said that one of the most addictive drugs in the world is sugar  ;)

Title: Re: New Sugar Substitute
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 25 July 2009 at 22:37

..And remember that Klassen said that one of the most addictive drugs in the world is sugar  ;)

Ben Klassen gave me a copy of Sugar Blues and my reading of it and my reaction was quite similar to this fellow's account here. Every Creator should have SB in his personal library if he is serious about Salubrious Living.

Buy a copy here through Amazon.com for $1.83 up + p&h:
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_b?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=Sugar+Blues&x=10&y=21 (http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_b?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=Sugar+Blues&x=10&y=21)

255 of 264 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars For Responsible Adults Only!, May 28, 2000
By    Ken Nanni (Ontario, Canada)
For weeks I walked to and from work, over one hour each way, to help drop through a weight plateau of 199 pounds. No matter what I did, including dieting, I was destined to be a 199-pounder for life! Then, one Sunday evening, I read the first few chapters of a book a friend lent me, "Sugar Blues" by Dufty. My first reaction to the information contained in it was entirely emotional: anger and disgust. Until that moment I had never given sugar a moment's worth of thought. That Sunday evening, I felt my anger so intensely, that I promised myself that I immediately would stop my ingestion of sugar for MORAL reasons. As I read further, I wished that I had known this information years ago. I wished that I had used this information while raising my children. I am saddened that I didn't get to the profound wisdom in this book sooner than I did. But, life is full of important lessons. This book is but lesson number one. And learning this lesson later is better than not learning it at all. While reading "SUGAR BLUES" I was also reading another book on the topic of meats. I decided to give up sugar and meats. That Sunday evening, I switched to a SWEETENER-FREE and meat-free lifestyle. On Thursday of that week I spent time between the fetal position in bed and sprinting to the washroom. I thought I had the flu, but looking back, I now realize I had what I'd describe as, "withdrawl" symptoms. 24 hours later I was feeling better. 7 days later, when I weighed myself, I received the first of many self-fulfiling rewards: I cracked my weight-loss plateau, was finally down to 190 pounds. Three weeks later, I lost another 6 pounds and was down to 184. Seven weeks later I was at 177. 10 weeks later 174. I have had to tighten my belt 5 notches! I fit into pants that I had not fit into since 1978. As of this last week, I stabilized at a weight plateau of 174 pounds. I have lost a cool 25 pounds. This book made me THINK about the quality of, and effect from, the "foods" I shovelled into my mouth. This book motivated me to read the labels before I bought. It is an absolute MUST HAVE for your home library...a MUST SHOW to friends who you care about...a book that you MUST DOG-EAR and underline, (use over and over again). It might be a good idea for you to think about buying several or more copies of this book in paper back version, (low cost), to either give away or circualte among your friends and relatives. If you do, you just might enhance your life and theirs. Thank you for taking the time to read my thoughts about "SUGAR BLUES". By sharing my experience I am hoping that your life will become healthier. All the best in your decision to buy "Sugar Blues".
Title: Re: New Sugar Substitute
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 03 August 2009 at 23:07
I picked up some Zevia soda at the store today and am really impressed. Thanks for pointing it out. Great taste, all natural, and no calories. Perfect soda.