, coded as E952 and commonly known as artificial sweetener, was banned by the FDA because of it cancer-causing actions.
In each no added sugars formulations was used specific type of sweeteners: aspartame (F2); sodium saccharine and sodium cyclamate
(F3); potassium acesulfame and sucralose (F4).
Objective: To observe the effects of sodium cyclamate
on islets of langerhans in rats pancreas.
The committee also decided to ban sodium cyclamate
, a sweetening pharmaceutical item, from all drug markets in the UAE due to its dangerous side effects on the liver and its tendency to cause some cancers.
The notice also warned food producers against the overuse of ten additives including sodium cyclamate
, an artificial sweetener used in baking and pickling that have been linked to cancer, and nitrite used as a colour additive in meat products.
SUMMARY: To evaluate the effects of sodium cyclamate
on the rat placenta by its administration in the period of embryogenesis.
is used as a sweetener for low-caloric and dietetic food and beverages, and small volumes are also used by the pharmaceutical industry.
You won't understand a butylated sodium cyclamate
word of it, but it'll be exact.
was outlawed in Britain in 1969 after tests on laboratory animals shrivelled their testicles and cut their sperm count.
Contains dextrinized flours, cocoa processed with alkali, nonfat dry milk solids, yeast nutrients, vegetable proteins, agar, hydrogenated vegetable oil, dried egg yolk, GUAR, sodium cyclamate
, soya lecithin, imitation lemon oil, acetyl tartaric esters of mono- and diglycerides as emulsifiers, polysorbate 60, 1/10 of 1% of sodium benzoate to retard spoilage.
Effect of Sodium Cyclamate
on the Rat Fetal Liver: A Karyometric and Stereological Study
EFFECTS OF SODIUM CYCLAMATE
IN KIDNEYS OF RATS FETUSES: A MORPHOMETRIC STUDY