Ideal for sweetening your favorite beverages

Now the same SPLENDA® Stevia Sweetener Packet blend is available in a convenient table top jar!

Simple sweetness, and no calories

SPLENDA® Stevia No Calorie Sweetener truly unlocks the sweet taste of stevia – with no bitter aftertaste.

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Diabetes Resources

Stay informed. Stay healthy.

When you have diabetes, it's important to get the facts. Here you'll find educational material developed by the Canadian Diabetes Association as well as advice and tips from the experts at SPLENDA®.

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Serving Size

Get the scoop on serving sizes.

When it comes to serving and portion sizes, it's not unusual for us to think we're eating a healthy and well-balanced meal, even when we're not. Most of us tend to underestimate both the amount of food we eat and the size of our portions.

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Finding Fibre

Why your body loves fibre, and you should too.

Fibre (the part of plant-based foods that your body doesn't digest) does many amazing things for you. There are two types, and each benefits your body in different ways. Soluble fibre dissolves in water, transforming into a gel-like substance that can slow digestion and absorption.

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Weight Management

Little changes can make a big difference.

Today, more and more people are finding it difficult to maintain a healthy weight. This is also true for children. The good news is that small changes, like the two listed below, can make a big difference.

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A Balanced Diet For Diabetes

A balanced diet is a sweet way to live.

There are no foods that are completely forbidden for people with diabetes. If you're already a sensible eater, you probably don't have to make big changes to your diet to manage your condition, you just have to know how much of a good thing is too much.

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