Renown Researchers Present At ASN Scientific Sessions To Advance The Science Of Stevia

CHICAGO, IL, April 19, 2017 –  To examine the latest scientific evidence related to non-caloric sweeteners, focused on stevia, the Global Stevia Institute…

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Scientific Symposium: Exploring Stevia From Leaf To Sweetener

The Global Stevia Institute is hosting a sponsored symposium on Saturday, April 22 from Noon – 3:00 PM at the American Society for…

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New Research Supports Stevia’s Naturality Through Processing

Oct. 29, 2016 – Rome, Italy – A new research study conducted at the University of Bonn in Germany found that the sweet, stevia plant…

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GSI Advisor Presents on the Role of Stevia in Diabetes and Obesity at China Diabetes Summit

Dr. Khor Geok Lin, Emeritus Professor of the University Putra Malaysia and member of the Advisory board of the Global Stevia Institute presented…

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Why Is Stevia Zero Calories?

Global Stevia Institute Advisor Dr. Margaret Ashwell explains why stevia sweeteners are zero calories. Click the video below to get the stevia facts…

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The Safety Of Stevia Leaf Extract

Dr. Bernadene Magnuson, a member of the Global Stevia Institute Advisory Board, discusses the safety of high purity stevia leaf extract. This stevia…

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Bountiful Breakfasts: A Traditional Full English Breakfast Makeover

By Kerry Neville Enjoying a traditional full English breakfast, on weekends or on holiday, is a treat rather than the everyday norm. It’s…

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New GSI Advisor Dr. Khor Explains Her Views On Stevia

The Global Stevia Institute’s newsest advisor Emeritus Professor Dr. Khor Geok Lin recently sat down to answer a few questions on her interest in stevia….

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GSI Welcomes New Advisor From The Asia Pacific Region

The Global Stevia Institute officially welcomes Emeritus Professor Dr. Khor Geok Lin from Malaysia to the advisory board. She is the retired Dean…

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Health Canada Approves Reb M Extracted From The Stevia Leaf For Foods and Beverages

Health Canada’s Food Directorate recently approved steviol glycosides containing the steviol glycoside “rebaudioside M” (Reb M) as a high-intensity sweetener for foods and…

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