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HPLC-ESI-MS/MS Method Simultaneously Quantifies Eight Mogrosides of Monk Fruit

Monk fruit (MF) (luo han guo; Siraitia grosvenorii, Cucurbitaceae) has been used for thousands of years as both a natural sweetener and traditional medicine. Recent interest in MF as a natural sweetener and its generally recognized as safe (GRAS) status has resulted in new MF sweeteners in the US market. 1,012 more words


Artificial Sweeteners Harmful to Metabolism and Stimulate Fat Growth, Study Finds

Reducing sugar intake in general is probably a good idea. Artificial sweeteners haven’t received enough scrutiny though.

Artificial sweeteners have an effect on the body’s metabolism and can lead to excessive fat accumulation in people, especially those who are already obese, according to a recent study. 146 more words


Three Easy Ways to Reduce Sugar Cravings

Most of us have experienced intense sugar cravings at one point in time — and we can all agree that once a sugar craving hits, it can be tough to ignore. 505 more words

Sweeteners Market Professional Survey Report 2017 to 2022

MarketResearchNest.com adds “Global Sweeteners Market Professional Survey Report 2017” new report to its research database. The report spread across 115 pages with multiple tables and figures in it. 580 more words

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Sugar Alcohols and Sweeteners

Hello, Hello!!!

Hey Everyone!! Katie Greene here!! Today, I wanted to share a bit about sugar alcohols and sweeteners. I had a friend ask me about this the other day, and so I thought I would just share the information with all of you that I shared with her! 640 more words

Artificial sweeteners freak me out

I generally have a sort of disgust for anything that is not natural or somehow unknown to me from a nutritional point of view.

Now, don’t get me wrong! 414 more words


Date Syrup - My Sweet Friend

I learned a while back that sugar is my downfall, I mean crazy rabbit hole downfall. I even think about the stuff and my brain goes crazy. 729 more words