SweetLeaf® Sweetens the Holidays with Fewer Calories and Carbs

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SugarLeafTM, Sweet DropsTM and natural SweetLeaf Stevia® Sweetener are the season’s answer to making better-for-you treats

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The holiday season is underway, which means it’s time for fun family gatherings, so celebrate and indulge! SweetLeaf invites you to enjoy guilt-free recipes that contain NO artificial ingredients or sweeteners.

The holiday season is underway, which means it’s time for elaborate dishes, festive drinks and decadent desserts. It’s also the time for fun family gatherings, so celebrate and indulge! SweetLeaf invites you to enjoy guilt-free recipes that contain NO artificial ingredients or sweeteners.

The award-winning stevia brand recently released its new cookbook, Cooking With SweetLeaf Stevia®, with 119 delicious recipes, including a holiday section to create seasonal favorites with less calories, carbs and sugar. This special time of year does not have to be a stressful one full of tempting, less-than-healthy choices. Substitute SweetLeaf or SugarLeaf™ for sugar in main dishes, desserts and mocktails and get a head start on New Year’s resolutions.

Preparing a traditional Christmas ham? Try the Sweet-n-Spicy Ham Glaze on page 149 of the cookbook. Naturally sweetened with orange juice and 8 packets of SweetLeaf Stevia®, this glaze is a perfect sweet and savory blend. Page 150 showcases the SweetLeaf No-Sugar Apple Pie, an authentically sweet apple pie with zero sugar. If you are hosting a party to ring in the New Year, treat your guests with elegant appetizers like SugarLeaf Glazed Brie with Apple Slices, found on page 145. With this cookbook, delicious holiday recipe possibilities are endless.

SweetLeaf’s approach to better-for-you sweet satisfaction does not stop with the must-have cookbook. For a limited time only, Peppermint Mocha and Pumpkin Spice Sweet Drops™ are available online only at ShopSweetLeaf.com. Stock up and enjoy them in decadent coffee drinks, quick breads, holiday candies and more with zero calories, zero carbs, non-glycemic response and NO artificial ingredients.

This year, take sweet, simple steps to make your cooking and baking more wholesome and guilt free this merry season. Happy holidays from SweetLeaf!

For more information about SweetLeaf, visit SweetLeaf.com.

Gilbert, Arizona-based Wisdom Natural Brands® is the parent company of two highly respected and award-winning consumer brands: SweetLeaf Stevia® Sweetener and Wisdom of the Ancients® herbal teas. SweetLeaf® is the natural stevia sweetener with zero calories, zero carbohydrates, non-glycemic response, and NO artificial ingredients. The only stevia brand to be named a Top Wellness Company and to consistently win numerous global awards for taste and innovation, SweetLeaf is sold in boxes containing 35 or 70 packets, as well as in SweetLeaf Stevia® Shaker bottles for easy home use and SweetLeaf SteviaTabs™ Dissolvable Tablets for on-the-go use. SugarLeaf™, also by Wisdom, bonds SweetLeaf Stevia® and cane sugar for a low-calorie sugar alternative that is perfect for baking and cooking. SugarLeaf™ has 2/3 fewer calories than sugar. SweetLeaf® Liquid Stevia Sweet Drops™ add flavor without calories or carbohydrates to favorite foods and beverages. Sweet Drops™ also have NO artificial ingredients. SweetLeaf® Water Drops™ add delicious natural flavor to still or sparkling water. For more information about SweetLeaf products, recipes, the new SweetLeaf cookbook, Cooking with SweetLeaf Stevia®, and more, visit http://www.ShopSweetLeaf.com.

Wisdom of the Ancients herbal teas, from energizing Yerba Maté Royale® to calming Rooibos and Sympacho®, are available in tea bags and come in a variety of refreshing flavors. Select varieties are also available with a touch of calorie-free stevia sweetener.

SweetLeaf and Wisdom of the Ancients products can be purchased online at http://www.ShopSweetLeaf.com or at grocery and health food stores throughout the U.S. and Canada.

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