"Susta" A natural sweetener...has anyone tried it?

By MAYS Latest Reply 2015-03-08 16:37:07 -0500
Started 2012-03-20 11:31:55 -0500

I would like to know if anyone here has tried "Susta".

Susta is a sweetener that is all natural.
The following statements are from the manufacturer's website:

SUSTA™ Natural Sweetener is a “symbiotic” food.
That means, it contains prebiotics (soluble fiber) along with probiotics (special beneficial bacteria that is released in your digestive tract).

The combination is found to promote greater health benefits to one’s digestion, and helps support the immune system.

Every SUSTA™ Natural Sweetener serving provides you at least a gram of valuable fiber and over a hundred million time release probiotics* to seed your digestive tract that are healthy, safe and effective for adults, young children, and people with special health needs.

*Probiotic of choice used in SUSTA™ is “Bacillus Coagulus”.


Concentrated sugars, as found in many juices, refreshment drinks, and foods, can quickly raise your blood sugar.

This stimulates a vigorous release of insulin that can cause your blood sugar to rapidly rise and then fall while creating temporary, but uncomfortable physical or mental symptoms in some people. SUSTA™ Natural Sweetener is designed with proportionately high fiber to sugar, and key nutrients to help you enjoy a sweeter experience without the accompanying “sugar shock”.

Also the rapid rise and fall of blood sugar can create other kinds of stress such as the formation of more cell damaging free radicals*.

SUSTA™ Natural Sweetener has a specialized blend of nutrients, ingredients and antioxidants such as Vitamin C, selenium and Vitamin B6, that can help inhibit the formation of free radical formation from the meals you eat.
Its important to note that fresh fruits and vegetables are the most significant sources of nutrients to help protect our cells from free radical damage and other forms of stress that can come from excessive and long term high blood sugar levels.

Here are a few informative links:



Let us know if you have tried it, or if you are currently using it.
It is available in your local supermarket.


2 replies

Chopstix 2015-03-08 16:37:07 -0500 Report

Just looked it up and saw a website that sells it for $6.99 for a 50 packet box. I can get two boxes of stevia the same size for that…:-(