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This ‘Zero Calorie Sweetener’ Isn’t Actually Zero Calories.

This ‘Zero Calorie Sweetener’ Isn’t Actually Zero Calories.

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Most of us would like to be a bit healthier. Cut out the carbs, saying no to a delicious takeaway pizza, and even cutting down on our sugar intake.

But is that healthy for us?

Most people in the US turn to Splenda for their sugar needs.

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People replace their regular sugar for the ‘calorie free’ sugar which is thought to be much healthier for us.

But it looks like this healthy alternative doesn’t mean what it says on the label.

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Have you ever thought that it’s strange that a food has ‘zero’ calories? Even celery has some calories!

So, is this possible? Technically yes, but only if you eat something that doesn’t have any ‘usable calories’. Take plastic for example (don’t eat plastic guys).

Sucrose=Sugar

Sucrose=Sugar

Eating plastic has no usable calories, meaning the intake would be zero.

But is this the case with Splenda? No.

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This ‘Zero Calorie Sweetener’ Isn’t Actually Zero Calories.

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