What are the differences between the sweeteners saccharin and aspartame?
- AT A GLANCE. // Today's Diet & Nutrition;Aug2012, Vol. 8 Issue 8, p14
The article offers information on various types of sweeteners including aspartame, saccharin and stevia.
- how sweet it is. Lockwood, Chris // Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;May2001, Vol. 62 Issue 5, p122
Discusses the physiological effect of several artificial sweeteners in bodybuilding-friendly foods. Aspartame; Saccharin; Polyols; Alitame. INSETS: An Artificial Array;The ADI.
- Hitting the Sweet Spot. Selim, Jocelyn // Discover;Aug2005, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p18
Examines the chemistry of artificial sweeteners. Information on how saccharin, aspartame and sucralose were discovered; Chemical structure of sucralose; Factors that can inhibit some sweeteners.
- Xylitol: A Sweetener with Special Qualities. Lachke, Anil // Resonance: Journal of Science Education;Sep2006, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p90
Artificial sweeteners are making deeper inroads into the area of confectioneries, health foods, sugar free products for diabetics and many other food products. There is a great structural variation among sweeteners, and it has not been possible to predict whether a particular structural feature...
- Sweet Nothings. Kuzemchak, Sally // Parenting;May2002, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p180
Presents several artificial sweeteners. Saccharin; Aspartame; Acesulfame-K; Sucralose.
- Science-based answers to prenatal lifestyle questions. Mcknight, Katherine K. // Contemporary OB/GYN;Apr2013, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p20
The article discusses recommendations for dietary intake of caffeine, alcohol, and artificial sweeteners for patients attempting conception mirror those for pregnant patients. The article provides that moderate amounts of caffeine and artificial sweeteners are safe, whereas excessive alcohol...
- Sweet nothings. Schardt, David // Nutrition Action Health Letter;May2004, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p8
Presents information on the safety of several artificial sweeteners. Aspartame; Acesulfame; Stevia; Saccharin.
- The Scoop on Sugar Substitutes. // Women's Health Advisor;May2014, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p5
The article offers nutritional information about sugar substitutes. It says that sugar alternatives include saccharin, aspartame and sucralose, which are referred to as non-nutritive sweeteners. It mentions other sweeteners including Stevia extracts, monk fruit extract and sugar alcohols. The...
- WHAT'S THE LATEST ON sugar SUBSTITUTES? Tobias, Lori // Vegetarian Times;Feb2007, Issue 347, p21
The article focuses on several non-nutritive sweeteners. Aspartame is a concentrated sweetener made by joining two amino acids, aspartic acid and phenylalanine, and an alcohol. It is 180 times as sweet as sugar but unlike sugar, which triggers taste buds the moment it touches them, aspartame's...