Introduction to High-Intensity Sweeteners

Whether you call them sugar substitutes, non-nutritive sweeteners or high-intensity sweeteners, you’re looking at substances that impart a sweet taste to foods and beverages. They do this either without calories or with only a few calories, and they have little to no impact on blood glucose levels.

High-intensity sweeteners are much sweeter than sugar and are regulated as food additives b...

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