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Stevia vs. Splenda - choosing the right sweetener

11/14/2014 - As the dangers associated with refined sugar consumption go mainstream, many people are looking for safe alternatives to satisfy their sweet tooth. And two of the more popular sweetener alternatives on the market today, Stevia and Splenda, claim to provide a safe dose of sweet without the calories and...

Sucralose vs. aspartame: which of these top two artificial sweeteners is the better choice?

7/2/2014 - Junk food manufacturers are constantly developing new tactics to capture the public's dollar. The low-fat, sugar-free craze, for instance, has generated a profusion of "diet" junk foods laced with artificial sweetener chemicals like sucralose (Splenda) and aspartame (Equal, NutraSweet), both of which...

Cooking with Splenda found to release cancer-causing dioxins in food

12/11/2013 - The long-term safety of the popular artificial sweetener Splenda (sucralose) has been called into question by a new review study published in the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health. Researchers from the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) discovered that sucralose essentially releases...

Splenda and sucralose proven to contribute to development of diabetes

5/14/2013 - One of the world's most popular non-caloric sweeteners has recently been exposed as a complete fraud. A new study published in the journal Diabetes Care reveals that Splenda (sucralose), which is commonly marketed to diabetics as a safe, non-nutritive sweetener (NNS), actually elicits a diabetes-promoting...

Stop using Splenda

10/9/2012 - Do you put Splenda in your coffee? Or use it in your baked goods, instead of regular sugar or other natural alternatives? You may think you are making a better choice, but in fact, you are doing more harm than good. Many foods labeled as "healthier for you," low calories, no/low fat, are typically worse...

Splenda pushing new 'essentials' line of toxic sucralose as a health product

2/28/2012 - Desperate to maintain its false brand image of being a healthy sugar alternative, the Splenda company, maker of toxic sucralose, has unveiled a new product line called "Splenda essentials" that incorporates trace amounts of B vitamins, antioxidants, and fiber as bait to convince the health-conscious...

Splenda Essentials revealed as chemical sweetener containing chlorine atoms

10/19/2011 - Splenda Essentials, the latest marketing venture from the makers of Splenda, includes vitamins, amino acids, and sometimes even fiber. In an attempt to win over uneducated consumers, the half real, half synthetic sweetener now sounds like it might actually be a healthy choice, but if a company sprinkled...

Duke University Study Links Splenda to Weight Gain, Health Problems

10/20/2008 - James Turner, chairman of Citizens for Health, an international non-profit consumer health education group, declares in a press release that he is shocked and outraged after reading a report of the findings of a Duke University study that link the use of the artificial sweetener known as Splenda to...

Buy Your Poison - Aspartame, Diet Soda, Splenda

9/24/2008 - Chemist James Schlatter was working on an anti-ulcer drug candidate in the labs of G.D. Searle & Company. He was recrystallizing aspartame from ethanol when the mixture spilled on to the outside of the flask he was using. Some of the powder stuck to his fingers. When he licked his finger later, he realised...

Sugar industry claims Splenda engaged in deceptive marketing

11/8/2006 - The U.S. sugar industry has formally complained about Splenda to the Federal Trade Commission, claiming the product is misrepresented to consumers as a "natural" product. Tate & Lyle's sucralose-based sweetener Splenda, which is created by combining a sugar molecule with chlorine atoms, is marketed...

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