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is splenda more safe than nutrasweet?

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Dr. Marion Mcfarland
47 years experience Emergency Medicine
No: Doubt that either are high risk for your health , but i personally do not use either, just stick with sugar.A teaspoon of sugar is about 20 calories.
Answered on Sep 9, 2012

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