The Disadvantages of Saccharin


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Saccharin is an artificial sweetener most commonly seen in the brand Sweet'N Low. According to the Department of Human Nutrition at the University of Hawaii, saccharin is up to 700 times sweeter than traditional sugar. Though saccharin is a versatile sweetener product, it has disadvantages in culinary applications and health concerns that have made this low-calorie sugar alternative a topic for many discussions. Taste Changes and RatiosRecipes that call for sugar rely on that ingredient to balance out salts and fats with sugar's sweetness. Since artificial sweeteners are much stronger than regular granulated sugar, a product baked or cooked with artificial sweeteners, such as saccharin, c

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