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Stevia In The Raw Sugar Substitute, 2.64 Ounce Jar $4.70 w/ S&S + Free S/H

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Comes out to about $0.031 per serving (1/2 tsp).

$4.07 with 5 items, 15% discount.

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This is 1:2 Stevia to sugar, or twice as sweet as a comparable teaspoon of sugar.
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Edit:. I thought I saw Splenda!
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I don't see the coupon
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I️ don't see coupon either.
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I have to point out, as it is very shady marketing to call this stevia in the raw. I bought this without realizing that Stevia is not even the main ingredient! FYI!
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you are better off with sugar than this highly processed maltodextrin with a trace of stevia.
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First ingredient maltodextrin
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I have to point out, as it is very shady marketing to call this stevia in the raw. I bought this without realizing that Stevia is not even the main ingredient! FYI!
Stevia is never the main ingredient for ANY Stevia brand that is powdered/granulated for use as a sugar substitute. Stevia is 300 times as sweet as sugar so you could only use a tiny sprinkle...not a 1 for 1 or 1 to 2 substitute. Other brands may use Erythritol or other scary sounding things and you may like those better than maltodextrin...but it is not a scam.

You can probably get pure stevia in a liquid with an eye dropper...not real convenient.

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First ingredient maltodextrin
And? What are the negatives of maltodextrin?
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And? What are the negatives of maltodextrin?
Very high glycemic index.
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Very high glycemic index.
True but VERY misleading. Because in sweeteners the amount of maltodextrin is so tiny (less than 1 gram of carbohydrates per serving) that there is virtually no impact at all on your glycemic load...that is, you would have to down a full jar of the stuff for it to impact your blood sugar.

I have Diabetes and use stevia sweetners all of the time (including this one). It does not impact blood sugar in the amounts people use.
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True but VERY misleading. Because in sweeteners the amount of maltodextrin is so tiny (less than 1 gram of carbohydrates per serving) that there is virtually no impact at all on your glycemic load...that is, you would have to down a full jar of the stuff for it to impact your blood sugar.

I have Diabetes and use stevia sweetners all of the time (including this one). It does not impact blood sugar in the amounts people use.
That is enlightening information. Learn something new every day.
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