It seems that finally we can buy and take what it is stevia, a natural sweetener for diabetics with beneficial properties, not as something labeled as a supplement or additive to the bathroom (which were bound to producers or distributors of stevia so far , since the authorities did not allow selling it as a sweetener)
I just read in a story entitled “The ka’a he’e is a drug that can fight diabetes and hypertension, which in fact is an interview with medical researcher Dr. Luis A. Barriocanal Perasso.
To date, stevia or ka’a he’e (his original name) was only allowed its sale as a sweetener in various countries, while others like the U.S. and Europe could be marketed in that food category (many believe that for fault of multinational companies producing artificial sweeteners that were threatening their businesses). Some institutions allowed to take it in moderation because they were not sure of their long-term effects.
Well, now the JECFA (for its initials in English) or Kingdom Expert Committee on Food Additives of FAO and WHO (U.S. Organization for Food and the World Health Organization, respectively), which regulates global entity Substances that are safe for human consumption has already approved stevia for consumption in the world.
Now it remains that the U.S. FDA and EFSA European administrative formalities are conducted to eliminate those barriers that had risen against stevia. Knowing how these institutions would not surprise me still have to take time to do the paperwork necessary for change.
I recommend reading this interview, in which he speaks of:
* Discovery of the first global long-term study on stevia.
* Use of Stevia replace other oral hypoglycemic agents, ie other tablets to treat diabetes, but naturally.
* Pressures and conspiracy to stevia.
* Security mechanisms of this plant.
* Benefits of stevia for health: low blood sugar and low pressure when it is high.
* Future demand for stevia in food and beverage companies.
* Its use to prevent diabetes.
* The current production of stevia insufficient.
In short, we are in luck, because this decision to declare stevia as totally safe for human consumption will benefit many people.
And see if from now on give authorities some breathing Josep Pamies and let you perform without hindrance and obstacles your great job defending the stevia in Spain.
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