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Author 'Gilbair' (Id 235051 ) : This plant comes from South America as we can see on the msds. We do not cultivate it, in principle, in Europe. Its leaves of look 'any' are edible. To put you on the track, I would say that all those of you mindful of their line have 'tasted' of the extracts. They know if they have read the small print that always indicate on the packaging that contain it.
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> Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 05, 2017
nice a conundrum : I love it. Is it that it is the mate who to my knowledge is a plant of Paraguay used in dieting, although I have never made !
 > Gilbair >Reply
Jul 05, 2017
Hello to you... Thanks for making me a visit and you dig the brains, but you're very far from the account. As I know the mate is not especially drunk by people conscious of their line, rather, it is a traditional drink of South American countries, and we drink it as tea in other countries.
Still looking, but the appearance of the leaves will not give you much indication if you have not seen by yourself. It is really a plant of any kind that I've had a lot of trouble to find yourself in the middle of the other to show it to my little son. See you soon.
 > Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jul 06, 2017
Yes mate is a green tea but almost all of the slimming products are based on tea, a plant which has the virtues of fat burners, and diuretics. Apart from that I see nothing else and as I'm apparently the only one to look for, I don't have a lot of help. So I give my tongue to the cat, it will be necessary that you give me the answer.
 > Gilbair >Reply
Jul 07, 2017
It was impossible to find the name of the plant on that single image. It comes from the STEVIA REBAUDIANA of asteraceae family. This plant is known since a very long time by the natives of South America as... sweetening Agent because it has a sweetening power 300 times that of sugar usual. We add extracts of Stelvia in most of the beverages known as 0% of calories. The chemistry has already taken hold of the thing and it manufactures the sweetening agent also by chemical way ! For the moment we consider that this product is harmless to health. Thank you to be a little broken in the head...
 > Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jul 07, 2017
Would you believe I thought the Stevia because the last few years we have in the garden centres because of the enthusiasm it generates, but I didn't see how it could be slimming, and I do not see that always not the rest. Except that used in place of the sugar it provides less calories ??? Thank you for the game. I will also soon post a riddle.
  > Author Gilbair [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jul 09, 2017
The Stevia extract is not for weight loss. Its addition in replacement of the sugar is supposed to prevent the calorie intake during the consumption of products initially sweet, especially sodas. It assigns the weight (and thus obesity since childhood) to the overconsumption of these sugary drinks. However, the habit taken by the body to consume the sugar becomes an addiction and if you take drinks without sugar, the body requires another form (cakes by ex !).
  > Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Jul 09, 2017
OK totally agree. However you missed my photo-mystery. You would have found, of course, it was not very difficult.
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