This Stevia Doesn’t Leave a Bitter Taste in Your Mouth – And We LOVE It!

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now brand betterstevia review : Now Foods Organic Stevia and English toffee

There are SO many stevia brands and reviews on the market these days – and some brands leave a bitter and unpleasant taste in your mouth that make you want to reach for the sugar bowl or the toilet bowl… ?

At Hip2Keto, one of our sweetest recent finds is this NOW BetterStevia Extract – it’s like liquid gold! ? NOW BetterStevia is a zero-calorie, low glycemic, natural sweetener that makes a great substitute for table sugar and artificial sweeteners. Plus, unlike chemical sweeteners, NOW BetterStevia contains a certified organic stevia extract so it’s not bitter!

All you need are just a few drops to add a burst of flavored sweetness to your favorite keto beverages and foods (or even if you’re wanting to whip up a Wendy’s inspired Keto Frosty!).

Now BetterStevia flavors

AND, there are lots of fun flavors to choose from, including Peppermint Cookie, English Toffee, Lemon Twist, Hazelnut, Cinnamon Vanilla, Chai Spice, Coconut, Maple, and more! ?

Check out this review from Collin…

“I am soooo STOKED about this NOW Foods Organic BetterStevia! It’s seriously so good with hardly any aftertaste – and I think it’s much better then NuNaturals (which says a lot since that was my fav prior to finding this one)! The difference between this and the non-organic version is that there isn’t a bitter aftertaste with this one. The taste is sweet and smooth! Plus, there are lots of fun flavors to choose from!

And no, we’re not getting paid to post about Now Foods Organic Stevia. We just love it and want to share with you! ?

Up next: The Best Low Glycemic Index Sweeteners That Won’t Elevate Blood Sugars

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Comments 10

  1. Christine

    Where do you find the flavors? Are they all available on Amazon? Thank you!!

    • Amber (Hip2Keto Sidekick)

      Yes! You can find a variety on Amazon when clicking through the “lots of fun flavors” link in the post. You can also find others available on the Nowfoods website. Hope that helps!

      • Christine

        Ahhhh…missed that link!! So sorry…thank you!!

        • Amber (Hip2Keto Sidekick)

          You’re welcome! No worries! SO glad to help!

  2. Lauren Proctor

    These look great, would you mind sharing how you like to use them? I’m stumped. ?????

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Yes! You can use these in various foods, drinks and desserts such as the Frosty mentioned above. Also, it’s so good in lattes as it’s fun to make seasonal flavors since they have so many options. I love putting it in protein shakes and other smoothies to give them a bit of a sweeter taste without adding sugar! AND if you are not a fan of sparkling water, a couple drops makes you feel like you’re drinking a sugary beverage – really good! Hope that helps!

  3. Lauren

    Thank you, I love the sparkling water idea! Cheers!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re very welcome!

  4. Jodi

    I’m a bit confused on the ingredients for Now Better Stevia. Amazon lists it under two similar, but different names, (Extract or Sweetener). The listing name differs based on bottle size and whether multiples are purchased, (probably different sellers).

    Below are the two different titles that have the same exact ingredients, which I’ve also listed below. Wondering if the 11% alcohol still makes this a good Keto option, or should I stick with a Stevia only product? Thank you

    Now Better Stevia Organic Sweetener, 2 oz, or Stevia Extract Organic Now Foods 8 oz Liquid.

    Ingredients for both listings:
    De-ionized Water, Certified Organic Stevia Extract (Stevia rebaudiana) (Leaf)and 11% Alcohol.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Jodi! Alcohol is burned before fat when you’re in a state of lipolysis (fat burning for fuel). This is why people who regularly drink alcohol might stall for a minute. That said, alcohol is often used as a suspension liquid (bulking agent) and is SO minimal that it should be JUST fine. A lot of items are suspended in alcohol. Vanilla and licorice root are two that spring to mind. Use what you like and don’t worry about the minimal alcohol contents.

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