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There are two kinds of replacements for sugar, they are those that are natural and those that are artificially made. In general, those that cannot be found naturally are called artificial sweeteners. Artificial sweeteners can be divided into two big groups: nutritional sweeteners, which adds a few calories into food, and non-nutritive sweeteners, or also known as high-intensity sweeteners as they are used in doses that are so small that they do not add any calories into food. There are five types of non-nutritive that have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in the United States since 2007. They are: Saccharine, Aspartame, Potassium Acesulfame (or acesulfame-k), Sucralose, and Neotame.
Stevia is a natural sweetener that has been used for a long time.The leaves of stevia rebaudiana plants have a refreshing taste, a zero in the glycemic index, zero calories and zero carbohydrates.
An active compound of stevia is glycosides steviol (especially stevioside and rebaudioside). It is 150 times the sweetness of sugar. It has a stable heat temperature, a stable pH level, and is not fermented. In traditional medicine, stevia also serves as a treatment for burns, colic, and stomach problems.

PT Angler Biochemalab provides the following tests:

Cyclamate Stevioside
Saccharin Rebaudioside A
Dulcin Rebaudioside B
Acesulfame K Rebaudioside C
Aspartame Rebaudioside D
Sucralose Rebaudioside F
  Ducloside A


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