Answer: Yes Truvia does not contain any carbohydrates and is therefore safe to consume on a keto diet.
About Truvia and Stevia and their differences
What is stevia?
Stevia rebaudiana is a plant genus native to South America. Its common names, sweet leaf and sugar leaf, indicate its palatability. A highly refined form of Stevia called Rebaudioside A (marketed as Rebiana) is approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a food additive.
Less refined forms and Stevia leaves are not FDA-approved for use in foods, but are sold as dietary supplements in powder and liquid form. The FDA opinion is based on limited studies suggesting that raw or coarsely refined stevia products may be harmful to heart and reproductive health and may damage the liver.
What is Truvia?
Truvia is a commercial product developed by the Coca-Cola Company and the food and chemical company Cargill. Truvia is made from refined stevia. It is used as a sweetener for cooked or baked products and as a tray sweetener that you can add to coffee.
Truvia is marketed as a natural product because of its origin from the stevia plant, but with some refinements it is removed from its roots. It has also added ingredients, including erythritol and natural flavoring.
No calories or cavities
Stevia itself, like Truvia, has practically no calories. Because Stevia is many times sweeter than household sugar and most other sweeteners, you will consume much less.
No calories means that Stevia-based products could be a helpful part of a weight loss plan. But remember that any food can increase your weight if you eat more calories than you consume. In other words, if you replace the sugar in a recipe with Stevia-based products, you reduce the calories of the sugar, but you don’t change the calories of the other ingredients.
Studies suggest that Stevia and its derivatives don’t cause tooth decay and can help stop bacteria growth in the mouth. This means that Stevia does not cause tooth decay and even prevents gingivitis.
Can you cook with Truvia?
One of the biggest advantages of sweeteners derived from Stevia, like Truvia, is that, compared to other sugar-free sweeteners, you can heat them and use them for cooking and baking. Truvia manufacturers recommend using a third as much Truvia as you would consume sugar. Truvia is also sold in blends that contain some household sugar and brown sugar.
We definitely recomend you to try Truvia out, it is a great substitute for sugar.