Is splenda a good artificial sweetener to use?

Seems safe so far. As with everything else, the more people using it, the more things we learn as far as potential side effects not known.

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What are some of the toxic effects caused by consuming the artificial sweetener splenda?

Lots of things. Head aches, insomnia, funny taste in mouth, weight gain! (not a typo, they can make you gain weight!), loss of libido, memory loss, mood swings and on and on. Some people tolerate splenda and other artificial sweeteners without any obvious short term problems. Nobody really knows what will happen after using them for 50 years or more. Choose your poisons carefully! Read more...

Which artificial sweetener or sugar substitute is not connected to cancer?

Stevia. In my opinion, stevia is the safest artificial sweetener currently available. If you are a diabetic, you might consider tupelo honey - a variety of honey that reportedly does not spike blood sugar. Read more...
None of them are! Study the evidence. The trials in the 1970s triggering cancer in rats with cyclamate + saccharin used gigantic doses & have no clear relevance to either usual dosages or humans. Study: http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/Risk/artificial-sweeteners. However, there is evidence that real sugar is linked to a higher incidence of cancer, both directly and through promoting obesity. Read more...