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Is stevia, erythiol and sucralose bad for you? artificial sweeteners

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Dr. Marc Rendell
Diabetology 49 years experience
Artificial sweetener: The artificial sweeteners have been approved as safe by the FDA. there has been no evidence of harm

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A 30-year-old member asked:

Is it true that artificial sweeteners are bad for you?

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Dr. Michael Sinclair
Family Medicine 38 years experience
Define bad for you: Anything can have side effects, even too much clean water. Artificial sweeteners are just that....Artificial. They don't belong in your body. Stevia is a plant extract that can be used as an "artificial" sweetener that may have less issues. Some people seem to tolerate artificial sweeteners without any problems, others get massive side effects. Choose your poisons carefully!

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