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The sugar substitutes

  • Date : 09 Jan 2016

Following the column on the sugar substitutes and the glycemic index, several questions have been asked regarding these non-energy sugars. Some people are skeptical of these products while others would like to see replace sugar permanently. Here is a table showing the main sugar substitutes marketed with their sweetness compared to sucrose (ie. 200 X is 200 times sweeter than table sugar for the same amount) and acceptable daily intakes (ADI) per kilogram of body weight.

Substitutes Sweetness ADI

Acesulfame K 200 X 15 mg / kg

Aspartame (Equal) 200 X 40 mg / kg

Cyclamates (Sweet and Low) 30 X 11 mg / kg

Saccharin (Hermesatas) 300 X 0 to 5 mg / kg

Sucralose (Splenda) X 600 9 mg / kg

2500 X thaumatin minimum amount used by industry

SUGAR OUT OF LIVER AND PANCREAS AND BONES decalcified (OSTEOPOROSIS)

OUR OUR BRAIN AND NERVOUS SYSTEM ARE ALSO AFFECTED: THE LOSS OF MEMORY, THE CONCENTRATION AND LACK INDECISION IN COMMON EXAMPLE ARE.

MILK AND SUGAR CARRIES ON SUIT somatotropin (GROWTH HORMONE) ENABLES RAPID DEVELOPMENT OF EXPLAINING THE CHILDREN MAKE A STRONG CONSUMER.

CONCENTRATED FRUIT JUICE USED ABUSIVE MANNER AS MAY DISTURB THE ORGANISME.GARDER THE HONEY AND MAPLE SYRUP FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS

GOOD SOURCES: FRUIT DRY (NO SULFIDE)

CORN SYRUP OR MALT SOURCE FRUIT

A ICED DONUT (6 c a tea sugar)

A slice of pie (12 c a sugar tea)

Milk chocolate (18 c a sugar tea)

100 g of wine (3 tbsp. Of sugar)

240 g of beer (2 c a sugar tea