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Saturday, April 25, 2015

Beverage Companies That Use Stevia In Their Diet Soft Drinks

Aspartame, Splenda, Saccharin and Sucrolose FREE Diet Soda

I had written this for a few reasons.  The first was becasue people were looking for a soft drink that was diet and that did not use any of the popular poisons in it.  Now the second reason is because I just read an article put out on NatureNews about the Pepsi Cola Company getting rid of the poison Aspartame, but they are substituting it with Sucrolose, which is just another brand of poison in our drinks.

Aspartame can do much damage to a body that many do not know about.
Many contemporary health practitioners call modern disease syndromes ASPARTAME DISEASE because aspartame is at the root of diseases such as:

  • fibromaylagia
  • restless leg syndrome
  • migraines
  • vaginal irritation
  • tumors
  • allergy
  • multiple sclerosis
  • bladder cancer
  • central nervous system
  • infertility
  • weight gain
  • Parkinson's Disease. 

The chemical structure of aspartame causes the body to mimic these disease symptoms, but the bottom line, it's aspartame disease.

*Source: Phenylketonuria (PKU) - Aspartame

People who are diabetic or they just want to drink beverages that have a much lower sugar content really ae looking for a good soft drink and something that they enjoy with their meals or just ice cold on a very hot day.  It quenches their thirst.  Many are drinking these Asparte=ame lazed drinks because they do not know of any other brand and they also are inder the impression that it does not do any harm to them.  That is a big false statement and a huge Red Flag!

There is Good News and this company has been around since 1905.

There is a product that is diet and has no Aspartame in it and you can get it everywhere that you see other diet soda products.  It is Royal Crown Cola and is made by the Royal Crown Bottling Company and they have many offices and factories world-wide..

They originated in Clumbus, Ga when a young pharmacists  thought up of the idea of a new soft drink.  Claud A. Hatcher made this new and unique soft drink for his small store and family at first but grew into what we have today.  The original name was Chero-Cola and later they renamed it Royal Crown and added a few new products like Royal Crown Ginger Ale, Strawberry and then Root Beer

*Source: Royal Crown Bottling Company of Winchester, Va

Instead of aspartame, Sucralose or Saccharin they were using Splenda to sweeten the Diet Soda and other beverages. They did answer the call from all their consumers that they needed a better sugar sweetener that is of a more natural ingredient and they changed their diet colas to answer tis call.

Just recently they came out with a new product using Stevia instead, called RC NEO. According to The TRENDMonitor (a Food and Beverage Review Nwsletter) it is making a great impress in the International markets..
Some of their products include: 
  • RC Cola, Diet RC Cola
  • 7-UP
  • Sunkist
  •  A&W Root Beer
  • Ski
  • Welch’s Grape
  •  Big Red
  • Country Time Lemonade
  •  Snapple Teas
  • Red Bull Energy Drinks
  • Sierra Mist
  • Nehi products

You can hear their product video here: Royal Crown Cola Launches World Best Stevia Sweetened Cola 

© Debra K. Allen a.k.a Lady Guinevere

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  1. I agree that aspartame is poison, but I am also a leery of any artificial sweetener, even Stevia. We are not meant to feel that something is sweet unless there are calories in it. I am afraid that anything that bypasses our natural checks and balances in the body and tries to trick us into thinking we have had calorie rich nutrients when we have not is somehow suspect. Why not drink water when thirsty if you do not want the calories in sugar? It is also less expensive.

    1. Stevia is natural and you can grow your own plants. You just grind up the dried leaves. Sorry it took so long to respond.
      You need sugar and salt in your diet. Those who say that you do not are wrong. The body works with lots of things and needs lots of mineral, vitamins and amino acids to work properly.