Is Splenda Found In The Sweetener Blends?

The new chemical sweeteners are all fighting for top position in the sweetener market now that aspartame’s (NutraSweet/Equal®) monopoly over the past twenty-five years is finally breaking apart. Now, aspartame has market competition, and Splenda is found in sugar-free products blended WITH the other chemical sweeteners. These are called sweetener blends - aspartame, sucralose, saccharin, and acesulfame K blended together in one product.

This is bad news for the consumer because not only are you ingesting the toxic by-products from one chemical sweetener, you are consuming a “chemical brew,” combining the toxins from two or more chemical sweeteners. To illustrate, aspartame contains toxic methanol, Splenda is made with harmful chlorine, and acesulfame-K contains methylene chloride, a known carcinogen.

Now, that's what I call a chemical brew!

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