Sucralose is an artificial sweetener that is made using a variety of unnatural additives, the most dangerous being chlorine, reports MedicineNet.com. Chlorine is a carcinogen found in poisonous gas and pesticides. More t... More »

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As of 2015, the Center for Science in the Public Interest cautions against the use of sucralose, marketed as Splenda, after an unpublished study indicated a higher risk for leukemia, according to Medical News Today. The ... More »

Sucralose (also known by the brand name Splenda) has not been shown to have any risks involved with human consumption. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) states that no legitimate studies have shown negative consequ... More »

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The Food and Drug administration approved Splenda, suggesting it is safe for use as a sweetener. Although Splenda is safe for consumption, a study published on PubMed Central suggests adverse affects on some of the body'... More »

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As of 2015, advantame is an illegal sweetener in Europe. The European Food Safety Authority ordered scientific studies to decide whether to allow aspartame and steviol glycosides on the European market, and the results c... More »

High fructose corn syrup is a sweetener commonly used in commercial sodas and fruit-flavored drinks. It is derived from cornstarch, which is broken down into individual glucose molecules. Enzymes are added to convert som... More »

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Sucralose is an artificial sweetener sold under the Splenda brand name. Sucralose is made by taking regular sugar and replacing certain molecules with chlorine atoms to come up with a no-calorie product that tastes sweet... More »

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