Warnings on Sucralose
Sucralose, marketed as Splenda, is a calorie-free sweetener used in thousands of food and drink products worldwide. There are no FDA or official warnings on sucralose, but many people believe it still has harmful effects as no long-term studies on humans...
May 26, 2015 ... Saccharin; Aspartame; Acesulfame potassium (Ace-K); Sucralose ... additional
studies of saccharin and the presence of a warning label on ...
Feb 10, 2009 ... A new report from scientists about the study of Splenda (sucralose) ... chemicals
in the little yellow package should carry a big red warning label ...
Mar 14, 2016 ... Experts warn there's no safe dose. Scientists fed various doses of sweetener
Splenda to rats until their death; Sucralose in it was linked to a ...
May 29, 2015 ... Find out why Splenda (sucralose) was downgraded from 'safe' to ... These days
we're all being warned to cut down on our sugar consumption.
SPLENDA® is the brand name for the sweetening ingredient sucralose.
Sucralose is ... Sucralose requires no warning labels or health information
Rumor: The artificial sweetener Splenda was inadequately tested and is unsafe
for ... As is typical in Internet-circulated food health warnings like the example ...
Dear Jeff,; I just wanted to send you some information on the horrible new
sweetener Splenda, so that hopefully you can warn others about this dangerous
... and required that all food containing saccharin bear the following warning
label: “Use ... Sucralose (also known as Splenda®) was approved by the FDA as
Jul 31, 2014 ... The Scoop: In the 1970s, saccharin got a warning label after lab tests in rats
suggested a possible link to bladder cancer. "Since then, more ...