SODIUM SACHARINATE is a sweetener that is often used in the food industry as a sugar replacement. It is a chemical that is about 300 times sweeter than sugar, and at the same time is low in calories. Sodium sucharinate is often used in diet products, light drinks and other sugar-reduced products. However, it is a controversial substance because some studies have shown that its consumption can lead to adverse health effects. Sacharinian is considered a carcinogen, which causes a lot of controversy among scientists and health specialists.
In Europe, sodium saccharin is allowed as a sweetener, but with some restrictions. The use of substances in food products is only allowed in certain quantities to reduce the risk of adverse health effects. It should also be remembered that saccharinate is not recommended for people with fructose intolerance and children. As there is insufficient evidence to support its safety in these population groups.
Dosage: no guidelines