A new article delves into the apparently faulty idea that substitutes for sugar could pose an increased risk of cancer among consumers. The truth is, the Food and Drug Administration has approved these items for consumption, and there is no evidence at this time to suggest that things like Splenda, NutriSweet, and more pose an increased cancer threat. The fears previously stemmed from the fact that lab rats were developing cancer when exposed to the saccharin found in sugar substitutes. However, the National Institute for Environmental Health ascertained that humans do not have a mechanism that rats do which leads to a bladder tumor in those animals. As such, human beings are in the clear.
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