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Old 07-15-2014, 03:57 AM
 
Location: Tennessee/Michigan
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With regular sugar taking a nutritional beating and artificial sweeteners unable to shake their sketchy made-in-the-lab connotations and unpleasant aftertaste, it's no wonder newcomers like stevia and agave are conquering our morning coffee (and the world of packaged foods). The new low-cal sweeteners are derived from natural substances rather than synthesized like saccharin and aspartame, so choosing them can make you feel at least somewhat healthy and virtuous. Still, there are concerns.

Are the new natural sweeteners good for you? | Fox News
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