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Published June 12, 2013 LiveScience The artificial sweetener sucralose (sold under the brand name Splenda) could potentially pose health risks, so it needs to be better understood before the sweetener should be assumed to be safe, one advocacy
Sucralose, the stuff that gives us sweeteners like Splenda , is used in processed foods as a low-calorie alternative to sugar consumption. And because it replaces sugar, it's also something diabetics frequently use as a sweetener to help maintain
May 13, 2013 We're eating more sugar, less Splenda Sales of white sugar are up, as the big artificial sweeteners struggle 1 of 5 White sugar: up 15% since 2009 America hasn't lost its sweet tooth. Despite the chorus of warnings about obesity and
The sweetener which became quite popular over the past decade has been found to increase blood sugar, making it anything but safe for diabetics, its USP. Researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine have found that "zero-calorie"
Did we even use that word a couple of decades ago? There was sugar or saccharine. (Something I could never tolerate. I'm still mystified at the continued existence of pink packets.) Of course I realize the thing most mature, sensible, moderate,
stevia, aspartame, sucralose, sorbitol, acesulfame potassium, saccharin, etc. -- some are natural, while others are artificial. However, sugar substitutes tend to leave a weird aftertaste, or they may have undesirable gastrointestinal side effects.
Finding a can of regular Sprite in the United Kingdom is about to get difficult. Coca-Cola says it's replacing Sprite in the country with a version that uses the sweetener stevia and has 30 percent fewer calories. The move is in response to a
Dec First off, I'd like to let you all know that anyone who pre-orders The Primal Connection before the giveaways are announced next week will still receive the bonuses (or boni, as Mr. Burns would say) associated with the offer. So if you're eager
David Gillespie, author of Sweet Poison is more coy about it. In his Sweet Poison Quit Plan book, he puts stevia on the 'your call' list of sweeteners that he believes need more research. Indeed, concerns have been raised intermittently about stevia
November 11, 2012 The Hindu Specially packed diwali sweets on sale in Hyderabad sweets shops Photo: G. Ramakrishna Questions on safety of artificial sweeteners remain unanswered Sugar-free sweets has been the mantra for Deepavali over past few years,