Our Products: Sweet Indulgence without Regrets

Hermesetas offers a range of products suited for your daily needs, so that you can keep enjoying sweetness, but without the unwanted calories. While one product is ideal for sweetening your tea or coffee, another can be sprinkled on cereals and desserts, and a third is perfect for cooking and baking. Wherever you go and whatever you do: you can always have your favourite great tasting sweetener at hand.

Hermesetas: Sweet Swiss Tradition since 1932

Hermesetas is a premium sweetener produced by Hermes Sweeteners Ltd. Founded in 1904, the Swiss-based company is a pioneer in the production of artificial sweeteners, offering a range of products our customers have trusted for generations. As a low- or no-calorie alternative to sugar, Hermesetas products help consumers improve their diet without having to give up sweet foods and beverages. As they do not have an impact on blood sugar levels, Hermesetas sweeteners can also help people with diabetes manage their condition. And since all Hermesetas products are sugar-free, they benefit dental health, helping avoid tooth decay and paradontitis.

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Healthy drinking habits

As temperatures climb higher and higher in summer, our need for fluids increases. No wonder – water is vital for us; our body consists of 65 percent of it. Water plays a central role in our bodies. It is a component of all body cells as well as essential fluids, and serves as a solvent for metabolic processes as well as the transport of nutrients to the cells. In summer, another task of particular importance is added: the regulation of body temperature. When we sweat, the body cools down, but at the same time it loses fluid. We have to compensate for this deficit by drinking enough healthy fluids to replenish the moisture in our bodies.

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Say Goodbye to Coronablues – with the right diet!!

A year has now passed since our lives changed fundamentally. Some of us now meet colleagues and clients through panels of Plexiglas, or on computer screens. Others of us wear masks for so long, that they leave sore spots. Still others are using their ironing board as a height-adjustable desk. In addition to our work or profession, we are also taking on the role of educators, and it is not all that easy for us. We also often experience unprecedented mood lows and accumulate Corona kilos. For some, something once as simple as having lunch has suddenly turned into a big challenge.

We may not be able to return the light-heartedness of days gone by at the touch of a button, but our tips for planning your meals properly will help you put together a balanced, varied diet, rich in vitamins and minerals, to help you stay physically and mentally fit.

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Not all fat makes you fat

Fat has a bad reputation. Many of us fall for the error that all fat makes us fat – almost immediately after we have swallowed it in the form of rinds of bacon or nuts. But far from it. Because fat fulfils important functions in our body, and along with protein and carbohydrates, is one of our three main nutrients, the so-called macronutrients.

Don’t let yourself be infected by the omnipresent fat phobia: learn everything essential about fats and their importance for our bodies.