Truvia

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Ingredients: erythritol, rebiana, natural flavors.

Truvia Nutrition Information

  • ServingSize - 100
  • Calorie - 0
  • CaloriesFromfat - 0
  • Fat - 0
  • Saturated_Fat - 0
  • Trans_Fat - 0
  • MonoUnSaturated_Fat - 0
  • PolyUnsaturated_Fat - 0
  • Total_Omega3_fats - 0
  • Cholesterol - 0
  • Sodium - 0
  • Carbohydrate - 3
  • Fiber - 0
  • Sugars - 0
  • sugaralcohals - 3
  • Protein - 0
  • Calcium - 0
  • Magnesium - 0
  • VitaminC - 0
  • Iron - 0
  • folate - 0
  • Selenium - 0
  • VitaminA - 0
  • Zinc - 0
  • VitaminB6 - 0
  • VitaminE - 0
  • VitaminD - 0
  • Thiamin - 0
  • Niacin - 0
  • Riboflavin - 0
  • Potassium - 0
  • Copper - 0
  • VitaminB12 - 0
  • VitaminB - 0
  • VitaminK - 0
  • Lycopene - 0
  • Lutein_Zeaxanthin - 0
  • DHA - 0
  • EPA - 0
  • ALA - 0
  • Servingmod - 1 packet(s)
  • Phosphorous - 0
  • Manganese - 0
  • Alpha_carotene - 0
  • Beta_carotene - 0
  • Beta_cryptoxanthin - 0
  • CLA - 0
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About The Author

Kelley Herring, founder of Healing Gourmet, is a natural nutrition enthusiast with a background in biochemistry. Her passion is educating on how foods promote health and protect against disease and creating simple and delicious recipes for vibrant health and enjoyment.

Kelley Herring – who has written posts on Healing Gourmet.


Comments

  1. You mention that truvia is a good substitute for sugar, however is the processing of this product safe to ingest. Reading articles about sugar products, there are warnings that even though the product would be safe, it is the processing which includes chemicals, that make the product harmful. Do you agree, or is the processing of truvia fine enough to ingest??

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