A sugar substitute is a food additive which duplicates the effect of sugar in taste. This includes artificial sweetners such as aspartamem, saccharin, and sucralose; and natural sweetners such as stevia, xylitol and sorbitol.

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Cancer and Artificial Sweeteners Fact Sheet
The National Cancer Institute reviews a joint study with FDA and post its findings since that study.
CSPI Acesulfame-k Web Page
Quotes from cancer experts' letters on the testing of Acesulfame-K, marketed under the brand names Sweet One, Sunette, and Sweet 'n Safe.
Zsweet All Natural Sweetener
An all natural sweetener made with erythritol, a sugar alcohol. FAQs, online store, recipes, news articles, and information about the safety of erythritol.
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