October 2004 Issue

Use of Sugar Substitutes Skyrockets--How Sweet is That?

We Americans love our sweets. We eat 10 to 30 teaspoons of added sugar a day, twice as much as recommended. Surprisingly, as the sugar tide rises, so do the use of sugar substitutes, fueled by the low-carb craze. Here's EN's guide to these sweeteners.

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