Exercise Caution — Update on SweetLeaf Liquid Stevia {Vanilla Creme}

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    Hy
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    Is it too good to be true? That I could have found a vanilla creme stevia without alcohol and chemicals and such?

    http://www.sweetleaf.com/

    Anyone have any experience? Gut feelings? Thoughts? 🙂

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    So my gut told me I needed to find out more about this product. I called and spoke with customer service and she told me there is a “minuscule amount” of alcohol used to make the flavored sweeteners {example: vanilla creme, rootbeer}. I’m probably not going to use it unless I’m baking to ensure the alcohol burns off because I want this infection gone asap … but it’s still there even if there is very little, and I just thought you guys would want to know.

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    blakek89
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    Hy wrote: Is it too good to be true? That I could have found a vanilla creme stevia without alcohol and chemicals and such?

    http://www.sweetleaf.com/

    Anyone have any experience? Gut feelings? Thoughts? 🙂

    This is the current vanilla extract that I use for my bread baking. It was the suggested brand on this forum so I can only assume it is okay. Tastes great like creme soda in a bottle.

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    raster
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    This is one of the top brands. I use the brand called steviva.

    -raster

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    Hy
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    Bumping for new information added.

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    nikki
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    I am totally getting confused about this Stevia reading all these posts.
    Please some on clarify to me.

    First, I was thinking I should avoid SWEET all through the treatment.
    Then I came to know about Stevia through this forum, and felt a bit relieved.
    I went to Walmart and bought a product called “Stevia IN THE RAW”, I thought I could use it just like Sugar UNLIMITED, then noticed it has some thing called DEXTROSE (an all natural carbohydrate derived from corn).

    When inquired on the FORUM, I was told that DEXTROSE feeds Candida!!!!!

    I had to dump the whole thing…..

    Then, yesterday I went to a Health Food Store and bought a different one called “SweetLeaf Stevia”…. I thought I could use it unlimited in bread, lime juice, and in anything I like just as SUGAR…..

    But, Now today I again see this thread……

    Please let me know if this SweetLeaf is going to do any damage, I will return the product before opening it. Because, I don’t want to do any further harm to my body, I think I already had a lot damage…..

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    Hy
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    nikki wrote: I am totally getting confused about this Stevia reading all these posts.
    Please some on clarify to me.

    First, I was thinking I should avoid SWEET all through the treatment.
    Then I came to know about Stevia through this forum, and felt a bit relieved.
    I went to Walmart and bought a product called “Stevia IN THE RAW”, I thought I could use it just like Sugar UNLIMITED, then noticed it has some thing called DEXTROSE (an all natural carbohydrate derived from corn).

    When inquired on the FORUM, I was told that DEXTROSE feeds Candida!!!!!

    I had to dump the whole thing…..

    Then, yesterday I went to a Health Food Store and bought a different one called “SweetLeaf Stevia”…. I thought I could use it unlimited in bread, lime juice, and in anything I like just as SUGAR…..

    But, Now today I again see this thread……

    Please let me know if this SweetLeaf is going to do any damage, I will return the product before opening it. Because, I don’t want to do any further harm to my body, I think I already had a lot damage…..

    Nikki, the plain SweetLeaf Stevia — non flavored — is fine. I was talking about the flavored Stevias like te vanilla creme and rootbeer. (see above). Those may contain trace amounts of alcohol. What you have — the original SweetLeaf Stevia — is just fine.

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