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If these things raise your blood sugar, it's due to the added dextrose in the packets. Most of the packet is just filler because the amount of actual sucralose is so tiny. Either way, your total "carb" in this case is going to be 3 calories worth.

If someone is really concerned about that "spike" (diabetic/keto/etc) it's probably better to go with the liquid or tablet form.

As far as safety:
Saccharine, aspartame and sucralose have actually gone through rigorous testing for many decades all across the world. Sucarlose is newer but it's still 20+ yrs old. Sucralose, from what I've read is not even digested - it goes in and out unaltered (aside from the added dextrose). Aspartame only has issues with people who have Phenylketonuria. Saccharine has been around for the longest. It's not like there's a big conspiracy to cover this up - it would've been exposed by now.

As far as Stevia - i personally don't like the taste. It's also very highly processed and while it's most likely safe, it hasnt been studied in its packet form to the level that the other 3 have. Of course it's a good way to sell it... "it's natural" Smilie
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Was $16.66 - $5.00 Coupon for me making it $11.66 +tax using S&S. Still a great deal for Splenda.
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Clipped coupon worked as a one-time order for a total of $11.66 also (was not charged tax).
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I want to start using no calorie sweeteners but IIRC people have health concerns about them. Splenda, Aspertame, etc. which one of these doesn't cause health problems eventually?
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Is this cheaper than costco?
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I want to start using no calorie sweeteners but IIRC people have health concerns about them. Splenda, Aspertame, etc. which one of these doesn't cause health problems eventually?
I highly recommend monk fruit followed by stevia. Those won't spike your levels and are much more natural that this stuff.
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Is this cheaper than costco?
Costco has a $6 off this month
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Is this cheaper than costco?
For my I think it is the same. Been a while since I bought it think it is 17.99 and a 6 dollars off latest book. It 1200 but since it is 45 min away this is cheaper as not Gad needed
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I want to start using no calorie sweeteners but IIRC people have health concerns about them. Splenda, Aspertame, etc. which one of these doesn't cause health problems eventually?
I use Splenda in moderation. Every person is different though. How it affects me might not affect you the same way. Most people turn to these sweeteners in order to not affect their blood sugar or insulin levels. I know people who use this way more than I do and haven't had any issues.
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