The truth about sugar substitutes

Splenda®  is the trade name for sucralose, a synthetic compound stumbled upon in 1976 by scientists in Britain seeking a new pesticide formulation. Some say that sucralose is closer to table salt or sugar biologically, and others feels it's closer to a pesticide.  It has chlorine, and an interesting carbon/chlorine bonding configuration; and some argue... Continue Reading →

How much sugar per day?

Is there a recommended amount of sugar not to exceed daily? Does it matter what type of sugar I eat? Listen here to answers from PCC's staff nutritionist: Click to listen  

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