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You may have noticed that sucralose has been shown in the ingredient list of many food products. So you may want to know what is sucralose sweetener and how is it related to sucrose. Actually, you can know it is related to sucrose just by its name. Sucralose is an artificial sweetener made by partially chlorinating sucrose, which is about 600 times sweeter than sucrose. In addition, sucralose has high thermal stability and is easily soluble in water and some organic solvents such as ethanol and methanol. The aqueous solution of sucralose is clear and transparent. Sucralose not only has properties of high sweetness, but also pure sweetness. And the speed of sweetness presentation, the intensity of maximum sweetness, the duration of sweetness and the aftertaste are all very close to sucrose. It has a diluting effect on sour and salty tastes, has a masking effect on astringency, bitterness, wine and other tastes, and has a synergistic effect on spicy and milky tastes. What’s more, sucralose is not involved in metabolism in the human body and is not absorbed by the human body, the calorie value is zero, so it is widely used as a healthy sugar substitute ingredient in the field of food processing and healthcare supplements.
The advantages of sucralose:
1. Safe Source
Sucralose is made from sugar and tastes like sugar. Sucralose is about 600 times sweeter than sugar, so only a small amount is needed to sweeten food and drinks.
2. Delicious and versatile
Sucralose not only has high sweetness but also has the characteristics of no calories, pure sweetness and high safety. It is known as one of the most ideal sweeteners and is widely used in the fields of medicine, food and health care products.
3. Suitable for diabetics
Sucralose is not recognized by the body as sugar or carbohydrate. Therefore, it does not affect glucose utilization, carbohydrate metabolism, insulin secretion, or fructose absorption. Studies in people with normal blood sugar levels and those with type 1 or type 2 diabetes confirmed that sucralose had no effect on short- or long-term blood sugar control.
4. No Calories
Although sucralose is made from sugar, the body does not recognize it as a carbohydrate, so it has zero calories. Sucralose is a useful alternative for those trying to reduce sugar or calorie intake. Many diets or light products, including soda or carbonated drinks, candy, dairy desserts, and baked goods, contain sucralose.
5. Thermally stable
Sucralose has excellent thermal stability and is ideal for baking, canning, pasteurizing, aseptic processing and other manufacturing processes that require high temperatures. In a study of a range of baked goods, canned fruit, syrups, jams and jellies, no measurable sucralose losses occurred during processing and throughout their shelf life.
6. Does not promote tooth decay
Sucralose does not cause dental problems. Research shows that oral bacteria that cause tooth decay do not use sucralose as a food source.
7. Safe to use
Sucralose is safe for the entire family, including children, pregnant or breastfeeding women, and even people with diabetes. Like all food ingredients, sucralose undergoes an extensive safety testing program before it is marketed. Health and regulatory agencies around the world have thoroughly evaluated sucralose safety studies, and in each case have concluded that sucralose is safe for all households.
8. Long shelf life
Sucralose combines the taste of sugar with the caloric, liquid and storage stability required for use in all types of food and beverages. Very stable in acidic products (eg carbonated soft drinks) and other liquid products (eg sauces, jellies, dairy products, processed fruit drinks). Sucralose is also very stable in dry applications such as powdered beverages, instant desserts and tabletop sweeteners. So we can have confidence in products sweetened with sucraloseRecommended dosage of Sucralose.
The Recommended dosage of Sucralose
1. What is sucralose made out of?
Sucralose is made through a patented multi-step process that starts with sugar and selectively replaces the three hydroxyl groups on the sugar molecule with three chlorine atoms. The result is a very stable sweetener that tastes like sugar but doesn’t have the calories of sugar.
2. How much sweeter is sucralose than sucrose？
Both saccharin and sucralose can be used as artificial sweeteners. We can compare the chemical structure, properties and sweetness of the two substances. Generally speaking, saccharin is 300-400 times sweeter than sugar, while sucralose is 400-700 times sweeter.
3. Is sucralose the safest artificial sweetener?
Excessive added sugar can have harmful effects on your metabolism and overall health. For this reason, many people turn to artificial sweeteners such as sucralose. However, while authorities claim sucralose is safe to eat, some studies have linked it to health problems.
4. Which foods have sucralose added as a sweetener?
Sucralose is widely used. It is already used in most foods and beverages, including dairy desserts, baked goods, chewing gum, ice cream, and low-carb snacks. It can be used in foods that some other sweeteners cannot. Sucralose retains its sweetness during high/high temperatures and long-term storage, which, combined with its excellent sugary taste, means that sucralose can be used in a variety of low-calorie foods and beverages. Sucralose is made from sugar and has a nice candy flavor. It is also very versatile and can be used to replace caloric sweeteners in most foods and beverages, such as sugar and high fructose corn syrup. Sucralose retains its sweetness longer, including during cooking and baking.
5. Does sucralose cause cancer?
The most concise answer is no. There is no scientific evidence that sucralose causes cancer in humans. Through decades of scientific research and extensive review of more than 100 different studies, global regulators around the world consider sucralose safe for human consumption and support the use of sucralose and other low-calorie foods and beverages as sweetening agents. Even some of the most trusted health agencies, such as the American Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute, agree that there is no scientific evidence that sucralose causes cancer or any other health problems.
6. How much chlorine does sucralose release in the body?
No, sucralose does not break down in the body. It is not affected by the body’s digestive process. The chlorine in sucralose does not separate in the body, nor does sucralose build up in the body. Only a small fraction of consumed sucralose is actually absorbed and quickly eliminated as sucralose in body waste. Most ingested sucralose simply passes through the digestive system unchanged.
7. Where to buy bulk sucralose powder?
Lyphar Biotech manufactures sucralose for over 13 years and is a very old sucralose powder supplier in China. For any needs, please do not hesitate to contact us.