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Nonnutritive sweeteners are sugar substitutes used in products such as foods, drinks, and medications for sweetening purposes. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved eight nonnutritive sweeteners. These sweeteners can help with weight and diabetes control and are safe when consumed in the amounts that people generally eat or drink. However, the use of products that contain nonnutritive sweeteners can also lead to nutrition issues and inadequate calorie intake.
artificial sweetener, beverages , oral care , aspartame, stevia, sucrose, corn syrup, honey, agave nectar , sugar alcohols, tooth decay, taste
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