I am always getting spam advertising on my business email, even though we have all the spam blockers you can get for a MAC.
This solicitation reminded me that there are many unhealthy stevia knock-offs on the market these days, and I wanted to share this marketing email to make sure everyone remembers to purchase ONLY pure stevia when you buy it.
Stevia is one of the safest sweetener alternatives out there, but you must use only the purest forms.
So, READ YOUR LABELS.
I recommend avoiding Truvia®, PureVia® and other highly processed, manufactured forms of stevia because they are a little bit stevia with a lot of fillers. You are wasting your money.
Stevia Email From China
Dear Manager, (sic)
Have a nice day!
We can supply stevia extract with high quality and competitive price from China.
Now stevia is more popular and more people like eat it.
Our stevia powder include:
1) Reb-A 99%, Reb-A 98%, Reb-A 97%, Reb-A 95%, Reb-A 80%, Reb-A 60%, Reb-A 50%, Reb-A 40%, etc
2) SG 95%, SG 90%, SG 85%, SG 80%, SG 75%, etc
3) Enzyme Modified Stevia 90%, Enzyme Modified Stevia 80%, etc
We would like prepare free sample for you test if you interest.
Really appreciated you can help to forward my Email to the right person.
Waiting for your reply.Thank you.
FITPACE Biotech Co.,Ltd
Sorry. Not interested.
Pure Stevia Label
This is what a pure stevia product label will look like:
Ingredients: whole leaf stevia
Avoid rebaudioside a or stevia extract, and try to avoid added ingredients such as dextrose, agave inulin, silica and erythritol.
Unless you buy whole green leaf stevia or grow your own, some of the best and purest brands may have maltodextrin added as a anti-caking agent. I wish they would use clay as a anti-caking agent, but most don’t because they have to make sure that they are crossing their t’s and dotting their i’s for the government regulators perched to give them a hard time.
Read your labels, and you can find a brand that doesn’t have maltodextrin or rebaudioside a.
Here are two of the best choices for stevia:
The best thing you can do is grow your own!
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