The Healthiest All-Natural, Zero calorie, Nutritious Sweeteners!

What are the two healthiest Zero-calorie sweeteners you can buy?    

Sunectar and SunnyDew!

Both are made from Stevia Extract, Chrysanthemum Flower.

  • They are, by far, the most concentrated Stevia products anywhere.
  • Sunectar has a sweet “licorice~brown sugar” flavor, and SunnyDew tastes more like sugar.  There is No bitter after-taste!
  • They both come in liquid form.
  • Very Concentrated- Sunrider takes 2,500 gallons of herbal liquid to make 20 gallons of SunnyDew!!
  • Reports have been made about it’s effectiveness in helping to regulate blood sugar.
  • Sunrider’s stevia is grown without pesticides, and has not been genetically modified.
  • The Stevia liquids are formulated with No Alcohol or preservatives. Sunnydew

The natural herb (Stevia) contains tannic acid naturally occurring in the stem of the plant.  Dr. Chen, with his enhancement and concentration process, is able to  eliminate this and any other negative ingredient that naturally occurs in the Stevia herb.

The Sunectar is darker in color because it contains chlorophyll, which actually makes it healthier than SunnyDew (Although, SunnyDew is still a very healthy product).

 

* Add 1-3 drops of either sweetener to a cup of Calli tea, Fortune Delight, or any other product you wish.

* The sweeteners enhance the benefits of all the Sunrider products, so don’t be afraid to add more drops if you like your food or drinks sweeter!

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Here are some Reported benefits of Sunrider’s sweeteners:

  • Nourishes the Liver, pancreas, adrenal glands, and digestive system
  • Helps relieve mental, emotional and physical fatigue
  • Improve the ability of the body to burn fat
  • Helps regulate blood sugar
  • More consistent blood pressure
  • Improve Muscle density
  • Better and faster muscle recovery after exercise
  • Anti-fungal
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Anti-yeast
  • Topical skin care- healing agent
  • Zero calories
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