A board all about sugar-free and low carb sweeteners. Features articles and recipes about various sugar alternatives and replacements such as erythritol…
Is aspartame safe? This artificial sweetener has been surrounded by controversy ever since it was approved by the FDA as "generally recognized as safe". But are the concerns justified, or is aspartame actually quite safe? The video briefly summarizes the issue, and the article looks at the evidence - both positive and negative - in full. Is aspartame OK or should we be cautious? #aspartame #nutrition #sweeteners #sugarfree
There are a lot of over-exaggerated claims about the artificial sweetener aspartame. So here's a science-based guide to aspartame that values actual evidence over hype. What does the research show - covering animal studies, human studies, safety reviews, and more. #aspartame #sweeteners #nutrition
Is Swerve safe? Like with all sweeteners, the 'safety' of using them seems to be a common question. The answer is yes: based on reasonable evidence, all the ingredients in Swerve are fine. Here's an in-depth guide to what Swerve is, the ingredients it contains, and the research on them. #swerve #sweetener
Molasses is probably the most nutrient-rich sweetener out there, but it's still a big source of added sugars. So, is molasses good for you or is it better to limit? This video summarizes the main issues - or see the full article for an in-depth, evidence-based guide. #sweeteners #nutrition #molasses #sugar
There are many different sweeteners out there. From caloric sweeteners such as honey, sugar, maple syrup and molasses to artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose. Then there's the so-called "natural" options like stevia and monk fruit. How do all these sweeteners compare? Here's a hype-free, fact-based guide to sweeteners.