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    I love Sucralose! Too many people have the wrong information on it and are spreading it all over the web. Splenda is NOT Sucralose. Splenda is 60% dextrose, 39% Maltodextrose and only 1% Sucralose.

    I use pure Sucralose in things like my supplement drinks. A tiny little drop or two is all you need. No insulin spike, no fat storage.

    There are over 20 years of human research done of Sucralose and not one fatality has been found. Sugar on the other hand, WE KNOW has kill plenty of people and more people have been turning into diabetics because of it.

    Sugar is a multi-billion dollar a year industry and those who are in that industry will spend mega-bucks to destroy the artificial sweetener industry to continue profiting.

    If you’re worried about the artificial sweeteners being bad for your health, I suggest you worry more about the air we breath because it is MUCH MORE damaging to your health than Sucralose. What doesn’t kill you will only make you stronger.

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