Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Best Stevia Ever

The new kid in town.
I was at the Longevity Now Conference this past weekend where one of my favorite things to do is check out the latest, exciting new products from all the exhibitors. One of my favorite vendors at the conference is Omica Organics. They make a variety of high quality supplements like MSM crystals, magnesium oil, zeolite and fulvic acid. They keep expanding their line of unique products and this weekend they debuted their latest creation. Introducing the BEST STEVIA EVER! Stevia Botanica is unreconstituted liquid stevia. Unlike other brands that take powdered, refined stevia and turn it into a liquid, this has never been in powder form. It has no bitter flavor and is absolutely fantastic. I have been using SweetLeaf for years and did a taste test when I got home. The flavor is night and day. Stevia Botania is smooth and clean with no bitter aftertaste. It is still intensely sweet, though, as stevia is known for being 30 times sweeter than sugar. One drop goes a looooong way which is good, because at $20 a bottle you want this liquid goodness to last you a long time. It's zero glycemic, vegan, organic and gluten free. It's also not for sale on their website yet, but keep an eye out for it. It's a game changer.

4 comments:

Gourmet Meal Delivery said...

Certainly a new way for Stevia Botanica. Didn't like it for it was quite bitter. With this I can say yes to it.

Valerie said...

Sorry but I don't think Stevia is a good option. I'd rather choose organic honey than this. Anyway, do you happen to see and observe what's the best brand of chlorella supplement in the Longevity Now Conference that you've attended? I'd just like to know if what I'm taking is a good one. Thanks!

Judita Wignall said...

I love honey but, sadly, I'm sugar free at this time of my life so it's nice to have some options.

I didn't see any new chlorella products at the conference. David Wolfe was selling the pressed tablets which is what I use, but I buy them from the Raw Food World's website. Which kind do you use?

stivii ians said...

This is a great resource, Thank you so much for doing the research.


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