Splenda

The documented risks of using Splenda® (sucralose).

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Can Splenda Cause Weight Gain?
Yes, all diet sweeteners can cause weight gain for many reasons. The body doesn’t consider...
  10-8-2005    Views: 46493   

Does Splenda Affect Everyone?
Probably, but the side effects may be different for different people because everyone is...
  10-11-2005    Views: 9284   

Does Splenda React With Medications?
Unfortunately, the research has not been done to specifically address this issue. And with the...
  10-11-2005    Views: 5235   

Exactly What Is Splenda?
Sucralose (Splenda) is a chlorocarbon - a chlorine-containing compound. Testing of sucralose...
  10-8-2005    Views: 19482   

In How Many Products Is Splenda Found?
As of May 2004 when I first completed my book, the list included over 3,000 products containing...
(No rating)  10-11-2005    Views: 8197   

Is It Safe To Bake With Splenda?
I do not feel it is safe to bake with a manmade chlorine product with claims it is manufactured...
  10-8-2005    Views: 7044   

Is Splenda Addictive?
Yes, and for many reasons. All artificial sweeteners create an artificial need for more...
  10-8-2005    Views: 10454   

Is Splenda Found In Gum?
It is almost impossible to find a gum or mint that doesn’t contain one or more of the chemical...
(No rating)  10-11-2005    Views: 8415   

Is Splenda Found In The Sweetener Blends?
The new chemical sweeteners are all fighting for top position in the sweetener market now that...
  10-8-2005    Views: 4506   

Is Splenda Safe For Children?
Have your kids been out of sorts lately? Do they complain of more frequent tummy aches,...
(No rating)  10-8-2005    Views: 17264   

Is Splenda Safe For Diabetics?
The issue of diabetic safety is unresolved based on the research submitted. In anticipation of...
  10-8-2005    Views: 29533   

What does hydroloysis mean?
On their websites and in various literature, the marketers of Splenda often refer to sucralose...
  10-8-2005    Views: 4079   

What Is A Chlorocarbon?
A chlorocarbon is a chlorine-containing compound. The chlorocarbons have long been known for...
(No rating)  10-8-2005    Views: 12871   

What’s The Difference Between The Chlorine In Splenda And Chlorine Found In Natural Food?
Most chemicals produced in the laboratory using chlorine and carbon (such as sucrose) are unknown...
  10-8-2005    Views: 13110   

Why Did The FDA Approve Splenda If It Isn't Safe?
Actually, the FDA didn’t initially approve Splenda due to health concerns based on negative...
  10-8-2005    Views: 13329   

Why Is Splenda® Potentially Harmful?
Splenda contains the carcinogen, chlorine. Splenda marketers insist the chlorine is...
  10-8-2005    Views: 40240   



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