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Sucralose dental carries claim

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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McNeil Nutritionals petition seeks noncariogenicity dental health claim: "Frequent eating of foods high in sugars and starches as between-meal snacks can promote tooth decay. Sucralose, the sweetening ingredient used to sweeten this food, unlike sugars, may reduce the risk of dental caries." Studies consistently have shown that "sucralose neither supports the growth of oral bacteria nor allows such bacteria to lower oral pH below 5.7," the firm states. No sub-populations are at risk of sucralose in its intended uses, and none require special considerations, according to the marketer of sucralose-containing Splenda No-Calorie Sweetener...
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