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  1. Stevia On The Keto Diet

    Stevia On The Keto Diet

    The "keto" diet, or ketogenic diet, is more than just a trend that won't seem to go away. It's actually a highly effective method of shifting the metabolism into "fat burning mode". Overweight individuals who have struggled to lose body fat and keep it off have found remarkable success on the ketogenic diet.

  2. Recipe Roundup: Delicious Recipes

    Recipe Roundup: Delicious Recipes

    When the average person thinks "sweet", the first thing that usually comes to mind is sugar. But if you're on Team Sweetly, then you know that the sweetest thing around is the all-natural zero-calorie sweetener, Stevia! In this week's Recipe Roundup, we'll show you how to put the calorie-free "sweet" in Sweet & Spicy Tacos as well as other creative recipes that are made with--you guessed it!--Sweetly Stevia!

  3. Health Tips For Home School Stress

    Health Tips For Home School Stress

    If you and your kids reside in one of the many school districts that have decided to continue online classes for the fall semester, you might already be feeling the pressure build.

  4. Meal Prepping For Back To School

    Meal Prepping For Back To School

    Back-to-school season is officially here! As the days become shorter and temperatures cool off, children, teenagers, and college-aged kids are getting ready to head back into the classroom. September marks new beginnings and mixed emotions. A high schooler who's gearing up to begin his or her senior year could feel bittersweet about the graduation to come while a first-grader might already be clinging to his or her mother's leg, terrified of being left with a bunch of scary strangers.

  5. Recipe Roundup: Sweet Summertime Recipes

    Recipe Roundup: Sweet Summertime Recipes

    Who let the dogs out (woof, woof, woof-woof) Get them back in the house (woof, woof, woof-woof) with Sweetly Stevia's doggie ice cream! And then treat yourself to easy ice cream in a bag, as well as our other delicious, no-sugar added recipes that we've invented to satisfy your summertime sweet tooth!

  6. Tips To Preventing Heart Disease

    Tips To Preventing Heart Disease

    Preventing heart disease should be at the very top of your priority list if you're over the age of 35. Why? Because roughly ⅓ of all the deaths of people 35 and older in the United States are caused by this pervasive--and very preventable--disease.

  7. How To Substitute Sweetly Stevia For Sugar In Baking

    How To Substitute Sweetly Stevia For Sugar In Baking

    One of the most effective ways to stay healthy and do your body right is by reducing your daily sugar intake, but we probably don't have to tell you that. It's hardly a state secret that refined sugar, as well as sugar's nefarious cousins--corn syrup and high-fructose corn syrup--directly impact weight gain and the health problems associated with obesity.

  8. Recipe Roundup: Easy Recipes

    Recipe Roundup: Easy Recipes

    If you've been with us since the beginning of August, then you've been massively reducing your sugar intake all month by using Sweetly Stevia as a substitute. But just in case you missed our stevia tastations, here they are, rounded up for your convenience! 

  9. Glowing Skin And A Bright Smile With Sweetly Stevia

    Glowing Skin And A Bright Smile With Sweetly Stevia

    If you've heard of stevia, you probably know that this leafy plant from South America is the source of an all-natural, calorie-free sweetener called stevia extract. There are countless health benefits to using stevia extract instead of regular sugar in your beverages, baking, and other cuisines thanks to stevia's rich nutrient profile and positive effect on metabolism. But what you might not know is that stevia extract can also nourish you from the outside in, and promote healthy skin and teeth.

  10. 3 Fun Workout Games, 1 Tasty Reward

    3 Fun Workout Games, 1 Tasty Reward

    Exercising is an important part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The physical activity guidelines issued by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services recommends that adults should do at least 2 ½ to 5 hours a week of moderate-intensity exercise, or 1 to 2 ½ hours a week of vigorous-intensity aerobic activity. In addition, including muscle-strengthening activities 2 or more days a week is also strongly recommended in order to achieve maximum health benefits.