Splenda As Harmful Sweetener Excluding the Sugar Content

Someone asked how Splenda can be harmful to candida sufferers when the reason it works is that the sugar molecule has been changed so that the body cannot absorb it. At least, that is the reason she has read that the Splenda has no effect. She wonders if people are sometimes saying to not have something simply because it provides some pleasure. She really wants to know if Splenda truly feeds the Candidiasis.

I would say no, the reason for the caution is there have been recent studies (don’t know how valid) that say it is not as harmless as it was thought to be. It is not the causing harm to candida that is the issue. This warning applies to everyone. It is not about sugar levels, but it is about possible kidney, liver, and thymus damage. Just goes to show that there is always some consequence for messing with Mother Nature. Also, do a search on Jim Bowen and Splenda for more information.

As far as I know, there are conflicting comments about it feeding the candida. Even if it does not, it can still be danger for damaging to the liver, kidneys, and thymus. And this damage is irregardless of whether or not you have candida. According to the research, it is not much better than NutraSweet or Sweet and Low as far as being a healthy sugar substitute. The warning has absolutely nothing to do with candida directly. I suggest you to get the liquid Stevia if you need some sweetener. I took it almost 6 months for getting used to it, and it satisfies my sweet tooth in yogurt. I am planning on trying to do some baking with it this weekend.

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