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Molecular Gastronomy Herve This. Unsavory Truth Marion Nestle. Gastrophysics Charles Spence. Nutritive sweeteners eg, sucrose, fructose are generally recognized as safe GRAS by the Food and Drug Administration FDA , yet concern exists about increasing sweetener intakes relative to optimal nutrition and health. In the United States, estimated intakes of nutritive sweeteners fall below this, although one in four children ages 9 to 18 years can surpass this level. Five nonnutritive sweeteners with intense sweetening power have FDA approval acesulfame-K, aspartame, neotame, saccharin, sucralose and estimated intakes below the Acceptable Daily Intake level that a person can safely consume everyday over a lifetime without risk.
Scientific evidence supports neither that intakes of nutritive sweeteners by themselves increase the risk of obesity nor that nutritive or nonnutritive sweeteners cause behavioral disorders. However, nutritive sweeteners increase risk of dental caries. High fructose intakes may cause hypertriglyceridemia and gastrointestinal symptoms in susceptible individuals.
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