Stivii Presents a Healthier, Sweeter, and Natural Alternative to Sugar
Stivii, newcomer to the natural sweetener industry, is proud to announce the launch of its new 0 calorie, 0 carbohydrate, Stevia-based sweetener. These mini natural sweeteners, dispensed via handy dispensers allow users to always have their sweetener on hand at all times.
Burbank, CA (PRWEB) October 25, 2012
Stivii, newcomer to the natural sweetener industry, is proud to announce the launch of its new 0 calorie, 0 carbohydrate, Stevia-based sweetener. This alternative to sugar, which is 250-300 times sweeter than cane sugar, is both diabetes-safe and ideal for weight management programs. Designed with portability in mind, Stivii will be entering the market with Stevia sweeteners in the tablet form.
Stivii products are a derivative of the increasingly popular Stevia-based sweeteners. All Stevia-based sweeteners are created by extracting, drying, and purifying steviol glycosides from the Stevia Rebaudiana leaf. The sweetest of these steviol glycosides is called Reb-A; it is the best tasting part of the plant and is featured in almost every Stevia sweetener. Stivii however, is truly unique because it features the highest naturally extracted grade of Reb-A on the market (97%). In other words: Stivii offers a better tasting natural sweetener than its competitors in the sugar substitute market.
Stivii is truly a product of the 21st century. Its creators understand the demands of modern schedules and have built convenience into their Stivii products by creating mini sweetener tablets with the same 0 sugar and 0 calorie characteristics. These mini sweeteners, dispensed via handy dispensers allow users to always have their sweetener on hand at all times.
High Reb-A purity and convenience however, are not the only things that set Stivii apart from its competitors. Stivii founders cite the ever-growing issues of diabetes and obesity in America as the primary impetus for creating their innovative product. Stivii’s own Maxim Babooie contends that their commitment to giving people a chance at a healthier life is what truly defines Stivii. “We not only want to offer people a healthy alternative to artificial sweeteners and sugar,” says Babooie, “But our priority is to inspire change and do our part to help stop the growing diabetes and obesity trends.”
Anyone interested in purchasing or learning more about Stivii products can visit their homepage, http://www.stivii.com. Also, be sure to follow Stivii on both Facebook and Twitter, where the company routinely provides customers with breaking product news, useful health tips and community involvement announcements.
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