With sugar substitute you can enjoy all your favourite desserts without guilt. To tell the truth sugar can have terrible effects on the human body. This is one of the reasons why most people substitute sugar with natural sweeteners like sucralose. Although some researches say that it is safe for human consumption, it can link to some health problems. Sucralose in an artificial sweetener with zero calories. The sweetener needs to go through certain multi-step chemical process that uses chlorine atoms in place of three hydrogen oxygen atoms.
We can find sucralose in most of the common products we know. For example, chewing gums, salad dressings, fizzy drinks, cereals and baking mixes.
Furthermore, you will be surprised how sucrose is way sweeter than sugar but still doesn’t leave that awful bitter after taste like most of the artificial sweeteners on the market.
Sucralose should not be used in baking because under such high temperatures it may break down and produce some harmful substances to the body. As much as it has zero calories, sucralose has no major effects on the body weight.
Light Lemonade Recipe with sugar substitute for the Hot Summer Days
Ingredients (serves 48)
- 2/3 cup low carb, 0 calorie sweetner with sucralose
- 1.5 l freshly squeezed lemon juice
- 10 l cold water
Stir all ingredients together. Serve ice cold.
Nutrition Facts (100g)
Energy: 0 kJ / 0 kcal
Carbohydrates: 99.4 g of which sugar 0 g
Fat: 0 g of which saturated fat is 0 g
Fibre: 0 g
Salt: 0.02 g
Protein: 0 g
The product contains non-absorbable carbohydrates.
Ingredients: erythritol, stevia, sucralose
The sweetening effect of 1 kg sugar = the sweetening effect of 0.25 kg Low Carb Diet Sugar Substitute With Sucralose Sweetener