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||Powdered .9g/g carbs (as dextrose) so instead use:
Liquid is 0-carbs  concentrated 
Use 1/8 of called for sugar, (10 drops = 1 teaspoon sugar)
Concentrated  1 drop = 1.5 teaspoons
||Worries about cancer are unfounded (Sugar is known to
increase cancer risk) Probably the safest AS(Artificial Sweetener) Available.
||Granular 1 tsp = 0.5g carbs (as dextrose)
Packet = .9g carb(as dextrose) so instead use:
Liquid is zero carbs 
|| Short track record - not around as long as Saccharin. Saccharin has
been well researched (the sugar companies tried to find something wrong
with it) and found quite safe - obviously safer than sugar..
- Stimulates insulin release?<ref>There is a learned
response that causes insulin release when sweetness is experienced,
There is also evidence that some artificial sweeteners effect receptors
in the GI tract that cause insulin release.
NIH article (Very small effect - not worth worrying about.)
- xylitol ( a bit of carbs)..
BUT in humans (Mice are herbivores ):
- A study conducted at the Department of Endocrinology and
Metabolism, Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark, found that stevioside
enhances insulin secretion from mouse pancreatic islets in the presence
of glucose. The researchers state, "Stevioside stimulates insulin
secretion via a direct action on pancreatic beta cells. The results
indicate that the compounds may have a potential role as an
anti-hyperglycemic agent in the treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus." (
Some say to avoid Stevia until better studied - just because it is from
a plant does not mean it is safe - (think of hemlock))