What Is A Chlorocarbon?

A chlorocarbon is a chlorine-containing compound. The chlorocarbons have long been known for causing organ, genetic and reproductive damage. The contamination of water supplies by chlorocarbons is a serious problem in most European countries today, making many people very ill. Due to the chlorine content in Splenda, sucralose can cause inflammation and swelling of the liver and kidneys, in addition to calcification of the kidney, as shown in the animal studies. If you experience kidney pain, cramping, or an irritated bladder after using sucralose, stop using it immediately and see if your health symptoms stop.

The creators of sucralose, Tate & Lyle, insist sucralose is NOT a chlorocarbon, but the documentation states otherwise:

• A “chlorocarbon” is any chlorine-containing compound. (This is what is in Splenda.)
• A “chlorinated molecule” is a molecule that has chlorine in its chemical arrangement. (This is what is in Splenda.)
• A “chlorocarbohydrate” appears to be the “new term” that McNeil Nutritionals (marketers of Splenda) has coined for the chemical compound containing chlorine and sucrose. (This is Splenda.)

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