'If you read the slogan on a package of Splenda, it tells you that its main ingredient, sucralose, is “made from sugar” and “tastes like sugar,” but make no mistake, it is concocted in a laboratory and does not grow in nature, as they would have us all believe. Sucralose is a synthetic compound manufactured through a chemical process. In other words, if it was sugar at one time, it’s not anymore. Do you consume Equal or NutraSweet? Research reveals that animals consuming sucralose have a “significant dose-related increased incidence” of “bearing malignant cancer tumors.” Is that because at least 15 percent of the chemicals in sucralose are absorbed by the body? You may not be a lab rat, but don’t forget, humans are animals too, with very similar DNA.
The U.S. government approved sucralose for human intake back in 1998, and since then, the “table top” fake sugar health nightmare has taken over the artificial sweetener market, holding over a 60 percent share. You’ll find Splenda in about 5,000 different products in about 100 different countries.
The marketers of Splenda have been sued for misleading consumers so people won’t know it’s a chemical compound that’s carcinogenic
If you take anything from nature, mix it with chemicals in a laboratory, and label it all-natural or say that it “comes from nature” so it’s still “natural” – well, you’re a liar. Because saccharin and aspartame were already exposed as artificial, cancer-causing chemical nightmares, Splenda wanted to distance themselves from the world of artificial sweeteners and deadly synthetic fake sugars, and it worked.'
Read more: Sucralose EXPOSED – Artificial sweetener proven in studies to generate cancerous tumors and fuel obesity
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