What Are the Dangers of Sucralose?
When you want a hint of sweetness without the calories, you might turn to an artificial sweetener such as sucralose. It's made by replacing three hydrogen-oxygen groups in the sugar molecule with three chlorine atoms. The final product is a calorie- and...
So, when Splenda (aka sucralose) came along, people thought their prayers had
been answered. But ingesting sucralose could cause more damage than ...
Mar 28, 2015 ... There are five dangerous sugar substitutes that are approved for ... Of the five
main artificial sweeteners, sucralose and aspartame are the most ...
Dec 17, 2013 ... Sucralose—the no-calorie sugar substitute known as Splenda—has been found
to cause a variety of harmful biological effects on the body, ...
Feb 10, 2009 ... A new report from scientists about the study of Splenda (sucralose) reveals
shocking information about the dangers of this artificial sweetener.
Sucralose was approved for use in foods as a sweetener in 1998. Before
approving sucralose, the FDA claimed to have reviewed 110 human and animal
Sucralose is an artificial sweetener that is made using a variety of unnatural
additives, the most dangerous being chlorine, reports MedicineNet.com. Chlorine
May 29, 2015 ... Splenda (sucralose) was downgraded from "safe" to "caution" in 2013 after an
Italian animal study linked sucralose to a higher risk of ...
The artificial sweetener sucralose, which is sold under the name Splenda, is one
of the up-and-coming "next generation" of high-intensity sugar substitutes.