Stevia is a natural sweetener derived from the sweet leaf plant. It is 300 times as sweet as sugar, so it only takes a small amount to produce the same sweet taste as cane sugar. Stevia has been used for last 200 years in South America. There are currently several sugar substitutes available on the market, so what makes Stevia unique? For one thing, it's all-natural and also the wondrous stevia plant is known to be helpful in many diseases like diabetes, hypertension, obesity, gingivitis and many more. FOS occurs naturally in the nature. It is a prebiotic dietary fiber found in several fruits and vegetables and produced through natural and safe processes. FOS is a delicious, fiber-rich group of compounds that also serve as an herbal intestinal prebiotic. Prebiotics are substances that promote the body's natural production of friendly flora, most specifically, lactobacillus and bifidobacteria. The magic of FOS is that, like the stevia, it passes through the stomach and small intestine undigested. Once in the colon, it helps to create a healthy bacterial environment. While recommended total dietary fibre intake is 21g to 31g per day for most adults, the actual consumption is often lesser. Changing life style and fast food habits accentuate this gap.