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Poisons > Splenda

An modified sugar also known as sucralose

This video reviews the problems with sugar and nutrasweet before commencing to review at 7 minutes into this video.

Splenda® is the commercial name and registered trade mark of a sucralose-based artificial sweetener derived from sugar discovered and owned by the British company by Tate & Lyle and the American company Johnson & Johnson. It was approved by the FDA in 1998 and since its introduction there in 1999, sucralose has overtaken Equal in the artificial sweetener market in America. Note that Chinese manufacturers produce copycat versions of Splenda products which are sold under different brand names.

Despite advertisements stating it is Made from Sugar, so it Tastes like Sugar confuses consumers, Splenda® is not natural and contains no elements of natural sugar. Splenda is comprised of the high-potency artificial sweetener sucralose (1.1%) and the fillers maltodextrin and glucose.

You may also be surprised to learn that Splenda® contains chlorine, the same chlorine that goes in swimming pools. And just like chlorine kills off micro-organisms in swimming pools, Splenda® and sucralose kill off healthy bacteria that lives in your gut — healthy bacteria that is VITALLY important to virtually every aspect of your health.

A study at the University of Duke confirmed this very finding. Not only is sucralose a heavily-processed, chemical artificial sweetener, but it’s also damaging to your gut health, which goes on to affect every other aspect of your health.

Here’s a direct quote from that study:

“Splenda® suppresses beneficial bacteria and directly affects the expression of the transporter P-gp and cytochrome P-450 isozymes that are known to interfere with the bioavailability of nutrients. Furthermore, these effects occur at Splenda® doses that contain sucralose levels that are approved by the FDA for use in the food supply. ”

Did you know that over 80% of your immune system finds it’s home in your gut? In fact, there are more than 100 TRILLION living bacteria in your gut that control many aspects of your health, and due to things like the ingestion of artificial sweeteners like Splenda®, most folks have created a massive bacterial imbalance in their body.

But, it doesn’t just stop with the use of Splenda® or other artificial sweeteners. There are MANY other factors that are contributing to the bacterial imbalances that BILLIONS of folks are silently suffering from all around the world.

The bottom line; if you value your life and the life of your family, avoid this product.

References
The Truth about Splanda
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health
Wikipedia




 

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