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Fate of Sucralose through Environmental and Water Treatment Processes and Impact on Plant Indicator Species


“Though sucralose does not appear toxic to plant growth, the persistent qualities of sucralose may lead to chronic low-dose exposure with largely unknown consequences for human and environmental health.”




Artificial Sweetener Sucralose in U.S. Drinking Water Systems



Ubiquitous Occurrence of the Artificial Sweetener Acesulfame in the Aquatic Environment: An Ideal Chemical Marker of Domestic Wastewater in Groundwater



“Of the seven artificial sweeteners they looked for, the researchers were able to detect four (acesulfame, saccharin, cyclamate, and sucralose) in water from two German sewage treatment plants. All are frequently used in the US, with the exception of cyclamate, which was banned in 1969. And while this study, along with one released last month that detected the same four sweeteners in groundwater near Zurich, took place overseas, one has to wonder if our waste water treatment methods are any better equipped to eliminate these chemicals. “

@ Sugar Museum 2015

Environmental Impacts of Sweeteners

Sugar Articles:


National Geographic


Dr. Lustig, UC San Francisco, Sugar is Toxic


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What is Glycemic Index and how do you compare the different sweeteners...


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From the Mayo Clinic:


All about Sweeteners and Book:


Colorado State University


Medicine Net


National Cancer Institute




Harvard Medical School


Dr. Mercola




Sweet Stuff: An American History of Sweeteners from Sugar to  Sucralose Deborah Jean Warner




Porduction Chart from Denmark