You know how artificial sweeteners like sucralose (found in Splenda®) and aspartame (found in NutraSweet/Equal®) can have a negative impact on your health. Now the sweetener industry has gone a step further in their quest to copy real sugar’s sweet flavor – and to all get a piece of the profits.
They are mixing together Splenda and NutraSweet and other artificial sweeteners, like acesulfame K and saccharin! The mixtures of these artificial sweeteners are called “sweetener blends.”
Instead of one harmful chemical coursing through your body, you now may have two or three (or more) interacting with each other, and in ways we do not even know yet. If one substance is hazardous, do you think adding more toxins to it will make it any better? It is just one more potent “chemical” mixture with unknown interactions that your poor body will try to use, excrete or store.
Industry experts predict that the blending of artificial sweeteners will be the “foods of tomorrow.” They project that manufacturers will continue to blend the various chemical sweeteners until they find the perfect mix for taste and shelf life. Just think: one day we may not be able to tell what’s real and what’s not unless we read the label.
So now we have the sweetener blends.
Heads up to this toxic mixture, and remember to keep reading your labels to avoid them all. Even if they are all in one product.
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