derived from the leaves of a Paraguayan herb, is
sweeter than sugar and has been scientifically validated
to lower blood sugar, lower blood pressure and is
not metabolized like sugar, so it’s safe for
people fighting yeast overgrowth. (See this month’s
recipes for suggested uses of stevia..
Maltitol is very close to sugar in sweetness and
taste, again without the risk of feeding yeast organisms
and promoting yeast overgrowth. This slowly absorbed
sugar alcohol does not effect blood sugar levels
and is also acceptable on an anti-yeast diet.