Sugar Substitute Sucralose Controversy
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- Ostara - The Vernal Equimox
- ABOUT OSTARA | RITUAL | FOODS | REFERENCES ABOUT OSTARA Ostara (pronounced Oh-star-ah) is also called Eostre, Easter, Vernal Equinox, Spring Equinox, and the First Day of Spring. This is the time of year when day & night are equal, and heralds the return of...
Holidays >> Ostara
- Samhain, The Celtic New Year
- Samhain (pronounced Sowain, Sah-uin, or Sahm-hayn) is also called the Celtic New Year, The Third harvest, All Hollows Eve, the Day of the Dead, and of course Halloween. There are many more names for Samhain, but rather then having a different meaning, they...
Holidays >> Samhain
- Mabon, The Witch's Thanksgiving
- To Autumn O Autumn. Laden with fruit, and stained With the blood of the grape, pass not, but sit Beneath my shady roof, there thou may'st rest, And tune thy jolly voice to my fresh pipe; And all the daughters of the year shall dance, Sing now the lusty song...
Holidays >> Mabon
- Imbolc - Midwinter
- ABOUT IMBOLC | RITUAL | FOODS ABOUT IMBOLC Imbolg/Imbolc is pronounced EM-Bowl-ig or ic, it also known as Midwinter, Candlemass, Oimelc, Lupercus, Lupecal, Disting, Brigatia (Brigid's Day), Lady Day and Groundhog Day. Imbolg translates, according to McCoy, to...
Holidays >> Imbolg
- Beltane - The Lover's Holiday
- ABOUT BELTANE | RITUAL | FOODS | REFERENCES ABOUT BELTANE Beltane is celebrated on May 1st and is one of the original Celtic festivals, Samhain being the other one. Beltane or May Day is also known as the Lover's holiday. Beltane is pronounced bel-tene, "...
Holidays >> Beltaine
- Survivalists' Guide for the New Millennium: Chapter 6
- AS THE WORM TURNS Health and well being are part of the natural birthright of the human being. With all of its organs intact, the right diet, exercise and mental focus, a human body can overcome any disease. Even so, the effects of living in this...
Philosophy >> Survivalists Guide for the New Millennium
Sugar Substitute Sucralose Controversy is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Sugar Substitute Sucralose Controversy books and related discussion.
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- Sugar Substitutes and Your Health
- A controversial animal cancer study of aspartame is currently being . One exception, however, involves the sugar substitute sucralose.
- Sugar Substitutes - Weight loss, diabetes, safety, nutrition?
- Apr 27, 2010 “Some sugar substitutes are low in calories, while others Controversy exists over the safety and Sucralose (approved for use in.
- SUGAR SUBSTITUTES A Comparison of Non-Nutritive Sweeteners
- Saccharin: The oldest of the sugar substitutes, its discovery dates back 100 Sucralose: Marketed under the brand name of “Splenda”, it was approved by the Studies of this nature keep the “nutritive” versus “nonnutritive” controversy alive .
Suggested Web Resources
- Splenda (Sucralose) Toxicity Exposed
- Dr. Hull's Book About The Potential Dangers Of Splenda® . This is what I consider a natural sucrose (sugar) substitute!
- Is Sucralose a Dangerous Sugar Substitute? | Down to Earth
- Low-Carb diets, the hottest diet regime ever, has people looking for calorie-free sugar substitutes.
- Healthiest Diet Sugar substitute- Sucralose and Stevia
- Continuing our article series on sugar substitutes. Previously Clearly, Sucralose and Stevia are the least controversial with regard to their health effects .
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