• http://www.carinsurancecomparison.com/ Tyler S.

    Avoid, if at all possible, I haven’t found a reason to use any of these. I use light brown sugar to sweeten my oatmeal, and that’s it.

  • http://franksanches.wordpress.com/ Hughjustesen

    light brown sugar is the best sugar to use
    thanks for posting and explaining all the details regarding sugar

  • Jilrita

    We use cane sugar and agave. Although, I admit to using white sugar for baking. I have always hated the taste of sugar substitutes like those mentioned above. I tried making a rhubarb pie with Splenda once – had to throw the whole thing away. It all tastes ‘fake’ to me.

  • Dbrown5235

    I have been trying to kick my diet soda habit for months. This article has given me more motivation to quit, thank you.

  • http://www.broketo.ca Melissa

    It may just be all in my head, but all these just taste like chemicals to me. I avoid them all, and just try to limit my sugar intake in general. I take only about a half teaspoon of sugar in my tea, if any, and I don’t put sugar on anything else (cereal, oatmeal, etc). I mostly just use it for baking.

  • http://carefulcents.com Carrie Smith

    Another kind of sugar substitute is called Stevia. It’s much sweeter than regular sugar so you don’t need to use as much, and it’s all natural. It also has a low glycemic index so it doesn’t spike your blood sugar.

    • Concernncitizenn

      Didnt you read the article?Stevia causes infertility and cancer..!duh!

  • http://www.awakentheabswithin.com/artificial-sweetener-side-effects/ Sam

    Thanks for the article. Being a body builder I try to avoid artificial sweeteners and stick to natural ones.

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