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    Sweeteners Saccharin is an organic petroleum-based compound that is three to five hundred times sweeter than sucrose. It is non-nutritive because the human body is unable to metabolize the foreign chemical. Saccharin does not contribute calories; for this reason it is commonly used in diet foods. "The obese [feel] that saccharin is their lifeline to slimdom, and diabetics [claim] it is essential to control their blood sugar" (Brody 482). The same people who consume saccharin certainly would not

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    The Artificial Sweeteners

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    Four participants (18%) marked obesity as the sole reason affecting their sweetener preference. Two of the four have no AS preference, one selected Splenda, one Stevia. Three of the 22 people (15%) reported being hyperglycemic, two without a preference on AS and the third person preferring Truvia. Three individuals also wrote in the ‘other’ blank indicating their need for low sugar, low-calories, and diet as their factor, and were split between Truvia, Stevia, and Sweet N’ Low. General health concerned

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    artificial sweeteners being used in food products, people are wondering what kind of effects these can have on the world. One kind of sweetener, acesulfame potassium, receives fire from many organizations and people who claim that it is one of the most dangerous sweeteners. Are artificial sweeteners great products that will promote weight loss and lead to a leaner, fitter world, or do artificial sweeteners cause weight gain and health problems? What other effects can artificial sweeteners have on the

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    Artificial sweeteners are fake sugar substitutes that many people use to maintain their weight and diabetes. But, what many people do not understand is that some specific artificial sweeteners are not all they are cracked up to be. According to who consume diet coke, which contains aspartame, on a regular basis will be fatter one year from the time they began drinking diet coke. Many artificial sugars are in the everyday items that people eat/drink including soda, chewing gum, energy drinks, granola

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    Evan Biegel Mr. Spinella English 12R May 2014 A Comprehensive Review and Analysis on the Potential Carcinogenicity of Artificial Sweeteners Humans detect and savor sweetness innately (Keskitalo, et al 55). Many people enjoy eating sweet foods and/or beverages because they stimulate a neural transduction pathway that eventually releases neurotransmitters, such as serotonin and dopamine, which grant a pleasurable, euphoric experience, together with a feeling of well-being (Academy of Wellness).

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    The Safety of Artificial Sweeteners

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    Artificial sweeteners are often a topic of debate about whether or not they are considered "healthy". Rumors and speculation often pepper media outlets and social media about different sweeteners and their potential effect they have on obesity, diabetes, cancer, and other diseases such neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer's. As a non-user of artificial sweeteners, I never really put much thought into their effects until recently. While volunteering at Sloan's Lake Rehabilitation Center

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    calories that are consumed. Even though this appears to be healthy for the consumer, health risks are involved with the artificial sweeteners. Artificial sweeteners do have their positive effects as well. These artificial sweeteners would be a great choice for a parent that has a hyper active child. Knowing the positive and negative effects that artificial sweeteners have on health can not only help consumers avoid the potential health risks but we will know our limits to the point where we can be

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    Equal’s business during 1980s: Equal’s product was the first product which created by Searle and it was a new development aspect in the artificial sweetener market. It made from new substance, and this substance was an innovation of Searle that added significant value to the market, which that invention called aspartame. Equal was seeking to their objective by improving their product to gain better Advantage to compete other similar product in the market which called Sweet’n Low’s ( a sugar substitute)

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    of natural sweeteners versus artificial sweeteners Contents Introduction 1 Literature Review 2 Method 4 Results 5 Discussion 8 Conclusion 12 References 13 Introduction This research report will research the following question: "According to nutritional information on labels, which is healthier - natural sugars or artificial sweeteners?" The aim of this investigation is to determine which sweetening agent - natural or artificial sweeteners - is healthier

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    Artificial Sweeteners: Friend or Foe? Artificial sweeteners are fake sugar substitutes that many people use to maintain their weight and diabetes. But, what many people do not understand is that artificial sweeteners are not all they are cracked up to be. It is a proven fact that people who consume diet coke on a regular basis will be fatter one year from the time they began drinking them. Many artificial sugars are in the everyday items that people eat/drink including soda, chewing gum, energy

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