Cyclamates: Salts and esters of cyclamic acid.Cyclohexylamines: A family of alicyclic hydrocarbons containing an amine group with the general formula R-C6H10NH2.Saccharin: Flavoring agent and non-nutritive sweetener.Aspartame: Flavoring agent sweeter than sugar, metabolized as PHENYLALANINE and ASPARTIC ACID.Sweetening Agents: Substances that sweeten food, beverages, medications, etc., such as sugar, saccharine or other low-calorie synthetic products. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)Intestine, Large: A segment of the LOWER GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT that includes the CECUM; the COLON; and the RECTUM.Encyclopedias as Topic: Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. 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It has the atomic symbol Na, atomic number 11, and atomic weight 23.Tobacco Industry: The aggregate business enterprise of agriculture, manufacture, and distribution related to tobacco and tobacco-derived products.China: A country spanning from central Asia to the Pacific Ocean.Fraud: Exploitation through misrepresentation of the facts or concealment of the purposes of the exploiter.Counterfeit Drugs: Drugs manufactured and sold with the intent to misrepresent its origin, authenticity, chemical composition, and or efficacy. Counterfeit drugs may contain inappropriate quantities of ingredients not listed on the label or package. In order to further deceive the consumer, the packaging, container, or labeling, may be inaccurate, incorrect, or fake.Nigeria: A republic in western Africa, south of NIGER between BENIN and CAMEROON. 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Taste qualities of solutions preferred by hamsters. (1/25)

Molecules of diverse chemical structure are sweet to humans and several lines of evidence (genetic, physiological, behavioral) suggest that there may be distinct sweet perceptual qualities. To address how many perceptual categories these molecules elicit in hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus), we studied patterns of generalization of conditioned taste aversions for seven sweeteners: 100 mM sucrose, 320 mM maltose, 32 mM D-phenylalanine, 3.2 mM sodium saccharin, 16 mM calcium cyclamate, 10 mM dulcin and 32 mM sodium m-nitrobenzene sulfonate. Each stimulus was preferred versus water in two-bottle intake tests and stimulated the chorda tympani nerve. For each of seven experimental groups the conditional stimulus (CS) was a sweetener and for the control group the CS was water. Apomorphine.HCl was injected i.p. after a CS was sampled and, after recovery, test stimuli (TS) were presented for 1 h daily. The intake (ml) of each TS consumed by experimental animals was compared with mean TS intake by the control group. Learned aversions for 18/21 stimulus pairs cross-generalized, resulting in a single cluster of generalization patterns for the seven stimuli. Cross-generalization failures (maltose-cyclamate, maltose-sucrose, cyclamate-NaNBS) may be the consequence of particular stimulus features (e.g. salience, cation taste), rather than the absence of a 'sucrose-like' quality. The results are consistent with a single hamster perceptual quality for a diverse set of chemical structures that are sweet to humans.  (+info)

Long-term toxicity and carcinogenicity study of cyclamate in nonhuman primates. (2/25)

Twenty-one monkeys (cynomolgus, rhesus, African green) were fed cyclamate (100 mg/kg and 500 mg/kg) in the diet five times per week from a few days after birth and continuing for up to 24 years. Malignant tumors were diagnosed in three 24-year-old cyclamate monkeys; these were metastatic colon carcinoma (rhesus; 500 mg/kg), metastatic hepatocellular carcinoma (cynomolgus; 500 mg/kg), and a small, well differentiated adenocarcinoma of the prostate (cynomolgus; 100 mg/kg). Benign tumors were found at necropsy in three females; these were adenoma of the thyroid gland (rhesus; 100 mg/kg) and two cases of leiomyoma of the uterus (rhesus; 100 mg/kg and 500 mg/kg). No tumors were detected in an age-matched control group of 16 monkeys. Examination of the testes revealed complete testicular atrophy in one of the old cyclamate monkeys, and focal germ cell aplasia (Sertoli-only tubules) in two other cyclamate monkeys. Focal spermatogenic interruption (maturation arrest) at various germ cell levels mixed with normal spermatogenesis was observed in both the cyclamate-treated and the control monkeys, all of which were over 20 years old. Measurements of terminal cyclohexylamine concentrations showed that three of the males dosed with cyclamate at 500 mg/kg were high converters, with plasma concentrations comparable to the levels that produce testicular atrophy in rats. However, only one of the three high converters showed histologic evidence of irregular spermatogenesis. The overall conclusion is that the testicular abnormalities and the sporadic cases of different malignancies found after more than 20 years of dosing do not provide clear evidence of a toxic or carcinogenic effect of sodium cyclamate in monkeys.  (+info)

Pseudo-streaming potentials in Necturus gallbladder epithelium. I. Paracellular origin of the transepithelial voltage changes. (3/25)

Apparent streaming potentials were elicited across Necturus gallbladder epithelium by addition or removal of sucrose from the apical bathing solution. In NaCl Ringer's solution, the transepithelial voltage (Vms) change (reference, basolateral solution) was positive with sucrose addition and negative with sucrose removal. Bilateral Cl- removal (cyclamate replacement) had no effect on the polarity or magnitude of the Vms change elicited by addition of 100 mM sucrose. In contrast, bilateral Na+ removal (tetramethylammonium [TMA+] replacement) inverted the Vms change (from 2.7 +/- 0.3 to -3.2 +/- 0.2 mV). Replacement of Na+ and Cl- with TMA+ and cyclamate, respectively, abolished the change in Vms. Measurements of cell membrane voltages and relative resistances during osmotic challenges indicate that changes in cell membrane parameters do not explain the transepithelial voltage changes. The initial changes in Vms were slower than expected from concomitant estimates of the time course of sucrose concentration (and hence osmolality) at the membrane surface. Paired recordings of the time courses of paracellular bi-ionic potentials (partial substitution of apical Na+ with tetrabutylammonium [TBA+]) revealed much faster time courses than those produced by sucrose addition, although the diffusion coefficients of sucrose and TBACl are similar. Hyperosmotic and hypoosmotic challenges yielded initial Vms changes at the same rate; thereafter, the voltage increased with hypoosmotic solution and decreased with hyperosmotic solution. These late voltage changes appear to result from changes in width of the lateral intercellular spaces. The early time courses of the Vms changes produced by osmotic challenge are inconsistent with the expectations for water-ion flux coupling in the junctions. We propose that they are pseudo-streaming potentials, i.e., junctional diffusion potentials caused by salt concentration changes in the lateral intercellular spaces secondary to osmotic water flow.  (+info)

Different functional roles of T1R subunits in the heteromeric taste receptors. (4/25)

The T1R receptors, a family of taste-specific class C G protein-coupled receptors, mediate mammalian sweet and umami tastes. The structure-function relationships of T1R receptors remain largely unknown. In this study, we demonstrate the different functional roles of T1R extracellular and transmembrane domains in ligand recognition and G protein coupling. Similar to other family C G protein-coupled receptors, the N-terminal Venus flytrap domain of T1R2 is required for recognizing sweeteners, such as aspartame and neotame. The G protein coupling requires the transmembrane domain of T1R2. Surprisingly, the C-terminal transmembrane domain of T1R3 is required for recognizing sweetener cyclamate and sweet taste inhibitor lactisole. Because T1R3 is the common subunit in the sweet taste receptor and the umami taste receptor, we tested the interaction of lactisole and cyclamate with the umami taste receptor. Lactisole inhibits the activity of the human T1R1/T1R3 receptor, and, as predicted, blocked the umami taste of l-glutamate in human taste tests. Cyclamate does not activate the T1R1/T1R3 receptor by itself, but potentiates the receptor's response to l-glutamate. Taken together, these findings demonstrate the different functional roles of T1R3 and T1R2 and the presence of multiple ligand binding sites on the sweet taste receptor.  (+info)

Artificial sweeteners--do they bear a carcinogenic risk? (5/25)

Artificial sweeteners are added to a wide variety of food, drinks, drugs and hygiene products. Since their introduction, the mass media have reported about potential cancer risks, which has contributed to undermine the public's sense of security. It can be assumed that every citizen of Western countries uses artificial sweeteners, knowingly or not. A cancer-inducing activity of one of these substances would mean a health risk to an entire population. We performed several PubMed searches of the National Library of Medicine for articles in English about artificial sweeteners. These articles included 'first generation' sweeteners such as saccharin, cyclamate and aspartame, as well as 'new generation' sweeteners such as acesulfame-K, sucralose, alitame and neotame. Epidemiological studies in humans did not find the bladder cancer-inducing effects of saccharin and cyclamate that had been reported from animal studies in rats. Despite some rather unscientific assumptions, there is no evidence that aspartame is carcinogenic. Case-control studies showed an elevated relative risk of 1.3 for heavy artificial sweetener use (no specific substances specified) of >1.7 g/day. For new generation sweeteners, it is too early to establish any epidemiological evidence about possible carcinogenic risks. As many artificial sweeteners are combined in today's products, the carcinogenic risk of a single substance is difficult to assess. However, according to the current literature, the possible risk of artificial sweeteners to induce cancer seems to be negligible.  (+info)

Identification of the cyclamate interaction site within the transmembrane domain of the human sweet taste receptor subunit T1R3. (6/25)

The artificial sweetener cyclamate tastes sweet to humans, but not to mice. When expressed in vitro, the human sweet receptor (a heterodimer of two taste receptor subunits: hT1R2 + hT1R3) responds to cyclamate, but the mouse receptor (mT1R2 + mT1R3) does not. Using mixed-species pairings of human and mouse sweet receptor subunits, we determined that responsiveness to cyclamate requires the human form of T1R3. Using chimeras, we determined that it is the transmembrane domain of hT1R3 that is required for the sweet receptor to respond to cyclamate. Using directed mutagenesis, we identified several amino acid residues within the transmembrane domain of T1R3 that determine differential responsiveness to cyclamate of the human versus mouse sweet receptors. Alanine-scanning mutagenesis of residues predicted to line a transmembrane domain binding pocket in hT1R3 identified six residues specifically involved in responsiveness to cyclamate. Using molecular modeling, we docked cyclamate within the transmembrane domain of T1R3. Our model predicts substantial overlap in the hT1R3 binding pockets for the agonist cyclamate and the inverse agonist lactisole. The transmembrane domain of T1R3 is likely to play a critical role in the interconversion of the sweet receptor from the ground state to the active state.  (+info)

Electrophysiological effects of extracellular ATP on Necturus gallbladder epithelium. (7/25)

The effects of addition of ATP to the mucosal bathing solution on transepithelial, apical, and basolateral membrane voltages and resistances in Necturus gallbladder epithelium were determined. Mucosal ATP (100 microM) caused a rapid hyperpolarization of both apical (Vmc) and basolateral (Vcs) cell membrane voltages (delta Vm = 18 +/- 1 mV), a fall in transepithelial resistance (Rt) from 142 +/- 8 to 122 +/- 7 omega.cm2, and a decrease in fractional apical membrane resistance (fRa) from 0.93 +/- 0.02 to 0.83 +/- 0.03. The rapid initial hyperpolarization of Vmc and Vcs was followed by a slower depolarization of cell membrane voltages and a lumen-negative change in transepithelial voltage (Vms). This phase also included an additional decrease in fRa. Removal of the ATP caused a further depolarization of membrane voltages followed by a hyperpolarization and then a return to control values. fRa fell to a minimum after removal of ATP and then returned to control values as the cell membrane voltages repolarized. Similar responses could be elicited by ADP but not by adenosine. The results of two-point cable experiments revealed that ATP induced an initial increase in cell membrane conductance followed by a decrease. Transient elevations of mucosal solution [K+] induced a larger depolarization of Vmc and Vcs during exposure to ATP than under control conditions. Reduction of mucosal solution [Cl-] induced a slow hyperpolarization of Vmc and Vcs before exposure to ATP and a rapid depolarization during exposure to ATP. We conclude that ATP4- is the active agent and that it causes a concentration-dependent increase in apical and basolateral membrane K+ permeability. In addition, an apical membrane electrodiffusive Cl- permeability is activated by ATP4-.  (+info)

Potential carcinogenicity of food additives and contaminants. (8/25)

The potential role in carcinogenesis of food additives and contaminants presents a complex problem in terms of assessing the risk to the general public. Long-term testing in laboratory animals is still the most feasible method for determining potential carcinogenicity of various chemicals. The disadvantages encountered in the present methods of animal testing are discussed and a review is made of the current status of particular food additives and contaminants under scrutiny as possible carcinogens. It is suggested that, since it may not be possible to remove all carcinogenic materials from the environment, methods to mitigate or neutralize their harmful effects should be sought. Greater cooperation is called for among food technologists, toxicologists, laboratory researchers, and epidemiologists in the decision-making process regarding the role of possibly carcinogenic additives and contaminants.  (+info)

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To identify molecules that could enhance sweetness perception, we undertook the screening of a compound library using a cell-based assay for the human sweet taste receptor and a panel of selected sweeteners. In one of these screens we found a hit, SE-1, which significantly enhanced the activity of sucralose in the assay. At 50 microM, SE-1 increased the sucralose potency by |20-fold. On the other hand, SE-1 exhibited little or no agonist activity on its own. SE-1 effects were strikingly selective for sucralose. Other popular sweeteners such as aspartame, cyclamate, and saccharin were not enhanced by SE-1 whereas sucrose and neotame potency were increased only by 1.3- to 2.5-fold at 50 microM. Further assay-guided chemical optimization of the initial hit SE-1 led to the discovery of SE-2 and SE-3, selective enhancers of sucralose and sucrose, respectively. SE-2 (50 microM) and SE-3 (200 microM) increased sucralose and sucrose potencies in the assay by 24- and 4.7-fold, respectively. In human taste tests,
calcium cyclamate: An artificially prepared salt of cyclamic acid, C12H24O6N2S2Ca2H2O, formerly used as a nonnutritive low-calorie sweetener but now banned because of possible carcinogenic effects of its metabolic products.
0018]Suitable sweeteners and combinations of sweeteners are selected for the desired nutritional characteristics, taste profile for the beverage, mouthfeel and other organoleptic factors. Non-nutritive sweeteners suitable for at least certain exemplary embodiments include, for example, peptide based sweeteners, e.g., aspartame, neotame, and alitame, and non-peptide based sweeteners, for example, sodium saccharin, calcium saccharin, acesulfame (including but not limited to acesulfame potassium), cyclamate (including but not limited to sodium cyclamate and/or calcium cyclamate), neohesperidin dihydrochalcone, and sucralose. Alitame may be less desirable for caramel-containing beverages where it has been known to form a precipitate. In certain exemplary embodiments the beverage product employs aspartame as the sweetener, either alone or with other sweeteners. In certain other exemplary embodiments the sweetener comprises aspartame and acesulfame potassium. Other non-nutritive sweeteners suitable ...
Blends of artificial sweeteners such as saccharin and cyclamate produce less of a bitter off-taste than each of the individual components, but the explanation for this puzzling phenomenon has been elusive ever since its discovery more than 60 years ago. A study published September 14th in the journal Cell Chemical Biology solves this long-standing mystery, revealing that saccharin inhibits the activity of bitter taste receptors stimulated by cyclamate and, conversely, that cyclamate reduces the off-taste elicited by saccharin. "Numerous sweeteners exhibit undesirable off-tastes, limiting their use in food products and beverages," says lead author Maik Behrens of the German Institute of Human Nutrition Potsdam-Rehbruecke. "Our findings in this study provide us with the tools and knowledge to find ways leading to superior sweetener blends ...
Humans have always had a fondness for sweets. During the world wars, saccharose, (common sugar) was obtained from sugar cane or beets. Saccharin, the first artificial sweetener, was synthesized in 1879, and was popular during the world wars due to its low production cost. After World War II, sugar became more affordable, and since the 1950s, the reason for using saccharin shifted to calorie reduction. However, the bitter after-taste of saccharin produced a growing need for improved taste of calorie-reduced substances. Artificial sweeteners are classified as first generation (saccharin, cyclamate and aspartame) and new generation (acesulfame-K, sucralose, alitame and neotame). Cyclamate was introduced in the 1950s, but the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) banned it from all dietary foods in 1970, due to suspicion that it induced cancer in experimental animals. Cyclamate is still used in other countries, especially in combination with other sweeteners. Aspartame (NutraSweet) was approved by the ...
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United States Patent 3,432,305 PROCESS FOR IMPROVING TASTE IN FRUIT PRODUCTS BY ADDING CYCLAMIC ACID Wayne Kenneth Kuhr and Albin Joseph Slakis, Waukegan, Ill., and Richard Lawrence Hughes, West Roxbury, and Anne Josephine Neilson, Cambridge, Mass., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Abbott Laboratories, Chicago, 111., a corporation of Illinois N0 Drawing. Filed Dec. 16, 1964, Ser. No. 418,895 US. Cl. 99-28 11 Claims Int. Cl. A231 1/00, I/OZ, 1/40 ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE The process of enhancing the taste of fruit beverages, fruit juice, tomato soup and fruit concentrates by adding cyclamic acid between about .005 to .03% by weight to said fruit product. The present invention relates to a method of improving the natural flavor of fruit products and fruit-flavored products. More particularly, it relates to the enhancement of the taste of fruit products and fruit-flavored beverages. For the purpose of this description, it is to be understood that the term fruit products is inclusive of ...
To get rid of extra weight and extra inches on their waists and hips, many women exclude sugar from their diets. Instead they use various low-calorie substitutes. Doctors warn that certain artificial sugar substitutes, such as cyclamate, are harmful for your body and may contain carcinogenic substances. Saccharine is also not that harmless as many people think
Industry funding of research that shows sugar in a good light is nothing new. In 2009, US dental administrator Cristin Couzens unearthed the files of a bankrupt sugar company and discovered a cache of revelatory documents spanning decades.. Couzens found that back in the 1960s, when diet drinks were seen as a threat to manufacturers of sugary drinks, the industry had funded research in an attempt to show that cyclamate sweeteners were bad for health. In the 1970s, efforts were made to distance sugar from diabetes, and between 1975 and 1980 the Sugar Association in the US had funded 17 studies "to maintain research as a main prop of the industrys defense."1. As recently as 2003, a Sugar Association newsletter showed it was trying to secure seats for "unbiased" experts on the US Department of Agricultures dietary guidelines advisory panel and made this pledge to its members: the association was "committed to the protection and promotion of sucrose consumption. Any disparagement of sugar will be ...
The most common violations during 2007-08 included "filthy" and unsafe additives, each of which accounted for 20 percent of violations. These violations together accounted for 42 percent of violations for China shipments, nearly double the share of violations from all countries (a combined 22 percent). "Filthy" violations occurred when the food appeared to contain a filthy, putrid, or decomposed substance (like human or animal hair, feces, insects, or dirt), was spoiled, or was otherwise unfi t for food (20 percent of violations for 2007-08 and 25 percent for 2002-04). This category also included some shipments rejected for containing non-nutritional substances or embedded foreign objects. Filthy violations occurred frequently for all types of products. Unsafe additives, including colorings or dyes, dulcin, cyclamate, and excess sulfite levels, accounted for 22 percent of 2007-08 violations. Melamine adulteration is included in this category. Unsafe additives were most common in fruit products. ...
A relationship was found between attended hemifield and the interhemispheric phase lag of the entrainment response, such that this difference reversed sign depending on which hemifield was attended. This striking pattern of results suggests that the widespread entrainment response reflects a functional flow of information between hemispheres. This effect was significant at the third attended harmonic, also appeared reliably at the second harmonic, and was almost completely absent at the first harmonic, suggesting that the harmonics may play different functional roles within the entrainment response.. Speaking further to this possibility, a subtle but interesting topographical dissociation was seen between the first and second attended harmonics, perhaps reflecting the dorsal and ventral attention networks described by Corbetta and Shulman (2002). The second harmonic was more ventrally distributed, showing maximal entrainment over bilateral occipitotemporal regions and also over a distinct ...
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The high intake of added sugar is one of the most important health-related concerns in the diet of children and adolescents.. To reduce the intake of added sugar, beverages with added sweeteners may be considered as a favorable alternative to sugar-containing products.. It has therefore been questioned whether the tax on drinks with added sweeteners should be decreased.. The Norwegian Food Safety Authority has been commissioned by the Ministry of Health and Care Services to assess whether the consumption of drinks with added sweeteners may pose a health risk to the population.. To investigate this issue, it is essential to get new and updated knowledge of the intake levels of sweeteners in the Norwegian population.. In order to provide a basis for answering the question asked by the Ministry, the Norwegian Food Safety Authority requested the Norwegian Scientific Committee for Food Safety (VKM) to calculate the intake of sweeteners in the Norwegian population from consumption of beverages, and ...
Of course, health experts have known for years that sugary soft drinks like Coca-Cola present a myriad of health problems. Just this year, a new study confirmed that sugary sweetened beverages, or SSBs, contribute directly to 184,000 deaths every year.. Coca-Cola leads the charge in this public health assault, containing over a half dozen chemical additives detrimental to a persons health. As Anti-Media previously reported, these additives include: E150D, a food coloring agent; E952, or Sodium Cyclamate, a synthetic sugar substitute that was actually banned by the FDA in 1969 and then inexplicably reinstated by WHO a decade later; E950, or Acesulfame Potassium, which is 200 times sweeter than sugar, very addictive, and is bad for the cardiovascular and nervous system; E951, or aspartame, a sugar substitute that has been linked to brain tumors, MS (Multiple Sclerosis), epilepsy, Graves disease, chronic fatigue, Alzheimers, diabetes, mental deficiency and tuberculosis; E338, or Orthophosphoric ...
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HClO4 is the chemical formula for perchloric acid. This particular acid is classified as a strong acid because of its ionizing properties in water. Â Strong
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When each of the following strong acid/strong base reactions take place. What salt would form with these and how would you find out. HCl (aq) + KOH (aq) --| RbOH (aq) + HNO (aq) --| HClO4 (aq) + NaOH (aq) --| HBr (aq) + CsOH.
Nickel is found to demonstrate high performance in the amination of cyclohexanol into cyclohexylamine in water and two solvents with low boiling points: tetrahydrofuran and cyclohexane. Three catalysts, Raney Ni, Ni/Al2O3 and Ni/C, were investigated and it is found that the base, hydrogen, the solvents and the support will affect the activity of the catalyst. In water, all the three catalysts achieved over 85% conversion and 90% cyclohexylamine selectivity in the presence of base and hydrogen at a high temperature. In tetrahydrofuran and cyclohexane, Ni/Al2O3 exhibits better activity than Ni/C under optimal conditions. Ni/C was stable during recycling in aqueous ammonia, while Ni/Al2O3 was not due to the formation of AlO(OH).
Does this really surprise anyone? By this point, you should be aware of the myriad health problems that Coca Cola and Diet Coca Cola cause, but sometimes its helpful to break it down to the specifics. Coca Cola has over a half dozen chemical additives that are detrimental to your health: E150D, a food coloring agent; E952, or Sodium Cyclamate, a synthetic sugar substitute that was actually banned by the FDA in 1969 and then inexplicably reinstated by WHO a decade later; E950, or Acesulfame Potassium, which is 200 times sweeter than sugar, very addictive, and is bad for the cardiovascular and nervous system; E951, or aspartame, a sugar substitute that has been linked to brain tumors, MS (Multiple Sclerosis), epilepsy, Graves disease, chronic fatigue, Alzheimers, diabetes, mental deficiency and tuberculosis; E338, or Orthophosphoric Acid, which can cause irritation of the skin and eyes; and E211, or Sodium Benzoate, a compound that, according to one study, damages human DNA ...
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A strong acid is an acid which completely dissociates (gives up its protons) in water. Some example strong acids include hydrochloric acid (HCl) and hydrobromic acid (HBr). Sulfuric acid is also a strong acid but it is a special case; it is diprotic, but only the first hydrogen completely dissociates in water. The highly reactive nature of such acids make them useful in the etching of materials, particularly metals. Strong acids are also used in tanning. The conjugate base for a strong acid is a weak base. In many cases the conjugate base simply acts as a spectator ion in a reaction. ...
Aspartame. This is a methyl ester of the dipeptide, aspartyl phenylalanine, both components of which are present in normal food proteins as well as in spoiled food toxins. It is not heat stable, but has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for use in hot and cold foods and beverages.. Cyclamate (cyclohexyl sulphamic acid) was extensively used up to 1970, after which it was banned by the FDA for use as a food and beverage additive. The ban has since been lifted, subject to certain provisions.. Saccharin (ortho-sulphobenzoic acid imide) is the oldest of the synthetic sweeteners (first isolated in 1879) and has been used as a sweetener since 1938. It has an undesirable after-taste, which can be masked by adding small amounts of other sweeteners.. Sucralose and neotame are relatively new products and were not included in this study.. The figures given in Table 1 can be interpreted in different ways. First, it is not possible to do a conventional comparison of the IC50 values ...
Cytoplasmic pH was measured by imaging microscopy using the pH-sensitive dye BCECF (2′,7′-bis(2-carboxyl)-5(6)-carboxyfluorescein-acetoxyethyl ester). To load the cells with BCECF, NPE cells grown to semiconfluence on a 35-mm plastic dish (Corning Costar, Corning, NY) were incubated for 10 minutes with BCECF-AM (5.0 μM) as described earlier. 24 Then, the cells were washed five times with the Krebs solution and incubated for another 10 minutes in Krebs solution to allow de-esterification of the dye. De-esterification transforms BCECF-AM (the ester form) to membrane-impermeable BCECF (acid form), which is trapped in the cytoplasm. The cells were then washed again several times to remove any traces of external dye. The dish containing the cells was then placed in a temperature-controlled perfusion microincubator (PDMI-2; Harvard Biosciences, Holliston, MA) on the stage of an upright epifluorescence microscope (Eclipse; Nikon, Tokyo, Japan) where the preparation was superfused (3.0 mL · ...
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The reason to place a probe at a specific location in brain is to study localization of function in the brain. The brain is a very heterogeneous structure, and different sites and regions have different functional roles to play. Learning to understand that organization is one of the major goals of neuroscience, and requires regional studies of brain. Various stains and immune-markers can show regional chemical variation in brain. Stereotaxic insertion of probes - for stimulation, injection, recording, microdialysis, lesion or other functions - is an important technique to gain understanding of brain functional organization. Traditional stereotaxic instruments consist of a head holder that is aligned with a manipulator, with the manipulator movements measured by vernier scales with a resolution of 100 microns. A newer idea is to use digital scales in place of vernier, and obtain easier, less error prone reading and resolution to within 10 microns. Manipulators can be tilted and rotated, but doing ...
One of the major theories guiding our journey to understanding entorhinal function has been the parallel-pathways hypothesis. Based on the anatomical segregation of entorhinal inputs to the hippocampus between those arising from lateral and those arising from medial entorhinal cortex (LEC/MEC), along with the divergent set of inputs each entorhinal subdivision receives, it was proposed that LEC and MEC fulfilled different functional roles (Burwell 2000, Witter et al., 2000). Targeted recordings in each subdivision of entorhinal cortex supported this idea of split functions, as LEC cells exhibit poor spatial selectivity, whereas MEC cells exhibited very strong spatial selectivity (Hargreaves et al., 2005). Results from the hippocampus indicating that place cells also utilize separate coding mechanisms for spatial and nonspatial information (Leutgeb et al., 2005) gave rise to a more specific form of the parallel-pathways hypothesis, in which LEC processed the nonspatial what component of episodic
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Interpretations of pH values are soundest when associated with dilute aqueous solutions of simple solutes; they become unsound when associated with nonaqueous solvents, colloids, or solutions of high ionic strength. For most applications the pH value may be regarded as a practical and comparative measure of acidity, and no attempt need be made to interpret it rigorously in terms of single-ion activity. In many calculations the hydrogen ion concentration is more accessible than the activity. For example, the electroneutrality condition is written in terms of concentrations rather than activities. Ka CA- + [HI] Solution of strong acid A strong acid, by definition, is one for which (3-11) is complete to the right, so that [HA] is essentially zero. From (3-14) [H] = + CHA [OH-] (3-18) The total concentration of hydrogen ion is that from the strong acid plus that from the water (equal to [OH-]). Unless the solution is extremely dilute (CHA< M), the second term may be neglected. Consider, for ...
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Such molecules are often quite stable, but sometimes and under the right conditions the hydrogen can come off as a proton, immediately donated to whatever solvent molecule(s) surround the dissociating molecule. We call the original molecule an acid, and we say the molecule has dissociated. This process is rapidly reversible; that hydrogen ion or any other can go back onto the remaining molecule fragment, which we call a conjugate base. The proportion of time that the proton in question spends on its original molecule, vs. the time spent on a solvent molecule, determines whether we call the original molecule a *strong* acid, or a *weak* acid. For a strong acid, the proton spends more time on the solvent; for a weak acid, it spends more time on the original molecule. At any one time, some proportion of the protons are on the acid, vs. on the solvent; we speak of the respective molecular species (whether electrically neutral or charged) as having concentrations (usually, moles/liter). Then we can ...
View Notes - Lecture+5+post from NPB 101 at UC Davis. a membrane Fig. 4‐2, p. 89 Fig. 4‐3, p. 90 • The voltage change across the membrane gets smaller with distance from the initiation zone.
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Anhydrous citric acid is very soluble in water and has a pH of 2.3 for a 1% solution. It is relatively hygroscopic and has a strong acid tart flavour.
The invention features dental compositions containing a basic filler that has been surface-treated with a strong acid to increase the shelf life of the composition.
by Julie Christensen Imagine your stomach as a huge, churning vat filled with seriously strong acid. The vat is protected from the acid by a protective lining, but if the lining wears down, the vat becomes perforated with small holes. This is essentially what happens when you … [Read more...] ...
Last week, I discussed the importance of gut flora in the digestion of food while briefly touching on its role in early immunity, including the
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Artificial sweeteners have been scrutinized intensely for decades. Critics of artificial sweeteners say that they cause a variety of health problems, including cancer. Thats largely because of studies dating to the 1970s that linked saccharin to bladder cancer in laboratory rats. Because of those studies, saccharin once carried a warning label that it may be hazardous to your health.. But according to the National Cancer Institute and other health agencies, theres no sound scientific evidence that any of the artificial sweeteners approved for use in the U.S. cause cancer or other serious health problems. And numerous research studies confirm that artificial sweeteners are generally safe in limited quantities, even for pregnant women. As a result of the newer studies, the warning label for saccharin was dropped.. Artificial sweeteners are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as food additives. They must be reviewed and approved by the FDA before being made available for ...
Refined white sugar is considered to be one of the harmful ingredients in the modern diet. It can contribute to all sorts of diseases from diabetes to fatty liver to stress.. Get the Free Tracker App to find a Nintendo Switch in Stock. Nearly two decades ago, an artificial sweetener had been introduced under the brand name of "Splenda." The artificial sweetener was promoted as a healthier alternative to white sugar but new research has found that Splenda is increasing the risk for leukemia. A recent study published in International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health has shown a link between Splenda and blood cancer.. The study involved more than 800 mice who were fed high doses of Splenda or Sucralose daily throughout their lives. It was found that the artificial sweetener can contribute in developing leukemia and other blood cancers. The latest study somehow supports the findings of many previous studies that also claimed that artificial sweetener can cause cancer.. In 2013, ...
The Weizmann Institutes Eran Elinav, Ph.D, who headed the research revolving around this study, believes that the mechanism behind this may be changes in the composition of gut microbiota brought on by artificial sweeteners. Even though artificial sweeteners do not contain sugar, the belief from the authors of this study is that they still affect the bodys ability to utilize glucose, leading to glucose intolerance, which in turn leads to adult-onset diabetes and metabolic syndrome.. The study itself involved giving mice water laced with three common artificial sweeteners in equivalent amounts to those permitted by the FDA, then repeating the process with different types of mice and amounts of sweeteners. In all cases, the mice developed glucose intolerance. The conclusion that gut microbiota played a role in this intolerance was based off of a previous hypothesis. In order to test this, the glucose intolerant mice were given antibiotics to wipe their microbiota, which resulted in a full ...
Artificial sweeteners receive tons of attention in the nutrition world and. To produce the final product often found in soft drinks and other diet foods, of our system, but I think the most important is to just stop them coming in. Reducing sugar in your diet can help you drop pounds, improve your. Though they dont contribute calories, artificial sweeteners are not. In addition to diet drinks and those little colored packets, artificial sweeteners be lurking in foods you dont suspect, including gum,
How to Avoid Artificial Sweeteners. For most people, avoiding artificial sweeteners should not be a concern. But for some - especially pregnant women or people with metabolic disorders - avoiding artificial sweeteners is an important way to...
article{11fa00e2-f410-4577-92f8-3263beaccec6, abstract = {Tanner GA, Rippe C, Shao Y, Evan AP, Williams JC, Jr. Glomerular permeability to macromolecules in the Necturus kidney. Am J Physiol Renal Physiol 296: F1269-F1278, 2009. First published April 1, 2009; doi: 10.1152/ajprenal.00371.2007.-Many aspects of the glomerular filtration of macromolecules remain controversial, including the location of the major filtration barrier, the effects of electrical charge, and the reason the filtration barrier does not clog. We examined these issues in anesthetized Necturus maculosus, using fluorescently labeled probes and a two-photon microscope. With the high resolution of this system and the extraordinary width (similar to 3.5 mu m) of the glomerular basement membrane (GBM) in this salamander, we were able to visualize fluorescent molecules in the GBM in vivo. GBM/plasma concentration ratios for myoglobin, ovalbumin, and serum albumin did not differ from that of inulin, indicating that the GBM does not ...
Purpose Zinc sulfate is known to inhibit the bitterness of the antimalarial agent quinine [R. S. J. Keast. The effect of zinc on human taste perception. J. Food Sci. 68:1871-1877 (2003)]. In the present work, we investigated whether zinc sulfate would inhibit other bitter-tasting compounds and pharmaceuticals. The utility of zinc as a general bitterness inhibitor is compromised, however, by the fact that it is also a good sweetness inhibitor [R. S. J. Keast, T. Canty, and P. A. S. Breslin. Oral zinc sulfate solutions inhibit sweet taste perception. Chem. Senses 29:513-521 (2004)] and would interfere with the taste of complex formulations. Yet, zinc sulfate does not inhibit the sweetener Na-cyclamate. Thus, we determined whether a mixture of zinc sulfate and Na-cyclamate would be a particularly effective combination for bitterness inhibition (Zn) and masking (cyclamate ...
Posted on 02/10/2008 9:22:11 PM PST by neverdem. USING an artificial, no-calorie sweetener rather than sugar may make it tougher, not easier, to lose weight, US researchers said today. Scientists at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, studied rats that were fed food with the artificial sweetener saccharin and rats fed food with glucose, a natural sugar. In comparison to rats given yogurt sweetened with glucose, those that ate yogurt sweetened with saccharin went on to consume more calories and put on more weight and body fat. The researchers said sweet foods may prompt the body to get ready to take in a lot of calories, but when sweetness in the form of artificial sweeteners is not followed by a large amount of calories, the body gets confused, which may lead to eating more or expending less energy than normal. The data clearly indicate that consuming a food sweetened with no-calorie saccharin can lead to greater body-weight gain and adiposity than would consuming the same food ...
Artificial sweeteners are substitutes for sugar that provides a sweet taste like that of sugar while containing significantly less food energy. The findings showed that artificial sweeteners or non-nutritive sweeteners may have negative effects on metabolism, gut bacteria and appetite.
Artificial sweeteners are sugar substitutes that have a sweet taste. There are many different types of sweeteners available. Some are found in pre-packaged foods and drinks and some may be purchased to add to foods like coffee and tea, or for baking and cooking. Read on to learn more about artificial sweeteners, where they can be found and if they may be right for you.
In the Israeli experiment, 10-week-old mice were fed a daily dose of aspartame, sucralose or saccharin. Another cluster of mice were given water laced with one of two natural sugars, glucose or sucrose. After 11 weeks, the mice receiving sugar were doing fine, whereas the mice fed artificial sweeteners had abnormally high blood sugar (glucose) levels, an indication that their tissues were having difficulty absorbing glucose from the blood. Left unchecked, this "glucose intolerance" can lead to a host of health problems, including diabetes and a heightened risk of liver and heart disease. But it is reversible: after the mice were treated with broad-spectrum antibiotics to kill all their gut bacteria, the microbial population eventually returned to its original makeup and balance, as did blood glucose control.. "These bacteria are not agnostic to artificial sweeteners," says computational biologist Eran Segal of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel, one of the two scientists ...
Author: Claudia Anrig. Title: Too Sweet to Be Good? The Potential Health Hazards of Artificial Sweeteners. Summary: With worldwide obesity rates doubling in the past three decades, is it any surprise that artificial sweeteners have been gaining...
Though missed durations are widespread when infants are on the agenda, there are a number of other potential reasons your interval is late. Infertility is divided into two categories. That pergnancy widespread during the first trimester of being pregnant, and once more right before the baby is born. Properly I went to the doctors, and she or he simply despatched me to get an ultrasound (which the girl atificial did the ultrasound thought it was weird that the doctor didnt do a blood test or a urine is artificial sweetener bad during pregnancy first). Chemical pregnancies are quite common and often have no symptoms, so usually youll never know that they had occurred - unless youre testing is artificial sweetener bad during pregnancy being pregnant early and repeatedly, tweaking and retesting to see the positive strains grow darker. You need to progressively improve your bodily activity to build up to your pre-pregnancy ranges. Ladies might urinate a bit when sneezing or laughing because of ...
We know that sugar isnt an optimal ingredient in our food. But how undesirable is it, and are artificial sweeteners a good substitute? If youve ever struggled with your sweet tooth, you should know more about what youre fighting. Here, experts from the National Institutes of Health share their knowledge:. First, we need one kind of sugar, glucose, just to live. "Glucose is the number one food for the brain, and its an extremely important source of fuel throughout the body," Dr. Kristina Rother, an NIH pediatrician and expert on sweeteners, told the NIH newsletter "NIH News in Health." But that doesnt mean you can indulge your taste for sweets; in fact, your body makes enough glucose by breaking down carbohydrates and proteins and fats.. And theres also naturally occurring sugar, which is found in fruits, vegetables and milk, the NIH says.. The problem is, Rother told the NIH newsletter, that the sugar in our diet isnt confined to those foods. "Its now in just about every food we eat," ...
A new study revealed that artificial sweeteners may be causing weight gain and other health issues. An expert claims that these sweeteners disturb the bodys ability to count calories and might simulate hunger.
Can be found in over 6,000 processed products which line our grocery shelves from puddings, sodas, yogurts, ice creams and even in childrens vitamins…
1. Dekkers IA, Jansen PR, Lamb HJ. Obesity, Brain Volume, and White Matter Microstructure at MRI: A Cross-sectional UK Biobank Study. Radiology. 2019 Apr 23:181012.. 2. Hwang LD, Lin C, Gharahkhani P, Cuellar-Partida G, Ong JS, An Gordon SD, Zhu G, MacGregor S, Lawlor DA, Breslin PAS, Wright MJ, Martin NG, Reed DR. New insight into human sweet taste: a genome-wide association study of the perception and intake of sweet substances. Am J Clin Nutr. 2019 Apr 21. pii: nqz043.. 3. Machado-Fragua MD, Struijk EA, Ballesteros JM, Ortolá R, Rodriguez Artalejo F, Lopez-Garcia E. Habitual coffee consumption and risk of falls in 2 European cohorts of older adults. Am J Clin Nutr. 2019 Apr 21. pii: nqy369.. 4. Hajna S, White T, Panter J, Brage S, Wijndaele K, Woodcock J, Ogilvie D, Imamura F, Griffin SJ. Driving status, travel modes and accelerometer assessed physical activity in younger, middle-aged and older adults: a prospective study of 90 810 UK Biobank participants. Int J Epidemiol. 2019 Apr 19. pii: ...
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A new study shows that artificial sweeteners may disrupt the bodys blood sugar controls, leading to diabetes, obesity and metabolic syndrome.
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San Jose, California (Vocus) September 28, 2010 -- Artificial sweeteners are in huge demand as a result of their low calorie content and similar taste as
This topic contains 44 study abstracts on Artificial Sweeteners indicating they may contribute to Urinary Tract Cancer, Fibromyalgia, and Diabetes: Kidney Function
According to researchers findings, microbes in the gut are interfered with by artificial sweeteners and as a result, blood sugar levels increase.
Artificial sweeteners were designed to be sugar substitutes as a less fattening alternative. You can find these sugar substitutes in various food supplements.
The big nutrition scare last week was the study in Nature finding that in mice and, maybe, humans, artificial sweeteners mess up the microbiome and make some people even more intolerant of glucose.
In other news. From time to time yall ask me in the comments how the clean eating is going. It is going just fine, thank you. Its been almost 3 months since I made this lifestyle change and I dont miss my old ways one little bit. I would estimate that I eat 95% clean because as far as I know, nothing I eat is processed or has preservatives in it (and I work hard to make sure this is true). I eat no sugar or artificial sweeteners. I drink water all day (and one cup of coffee in the morning.) Ive even started making my own yogurt (from organic fat-free milk) and let me tell you, that stuff is yummy. I do buy organic as much as possible.. Ive noticed that I am much healthier. The respiratory and sinus issues that have plagued me forever are gone, as are any digestive issues. Unfortunately clean eating has not stopped my spine from disintegrating, but then, I guess thats a bit much to expect. I look on the bright side - while I am hobbling around and screeching in pain as my lumbar vertebrae ...
Artificial sweeteners have been accused of causing everything from mood and behavioral disorders to headaches, multiple sclerosis, obesity, heart disease and cancer. Are the rumors true?
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This application notes describes the use of the Corona CAD for the measurement of the different ingredients contained in the artificial sweetener, Splenda (sucralose, dextrose [glucose] and maltodextrin). These are examples of the detection of analytes that either lack or possess weak chromophores.
While the FDA considers artificial sweeteners safe for use, we've come to realize that they affect our bodies in complicated and often contradictory ways.
ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS Proponents say they are safe and prevent diseases like diabetes, while critics say they may cause a variety of health problems. ANTARCTIC FOSSILS Fossil hunters want to know what life was like when dinosaurs became extinct 66 million years ago.
A recent study suggests that several artificial sweeteners and sports supplements that are FDA-approved are actually toxic when consumed.
Researchers have identified a complex network in the brain that has revealed why artificial sweeteners may not be the best way to slim down
Learn more about the different types of sugar substitutes. See this list of artificial sweeteners - including health risks & benefits.
After years of experience as a mother and a teacher, I truly believe that all schools should be deeply concerned about their students consumption of aspartame, an artificial sweetener unfortunately found in a multitude of products.. Aspartame is found in many brands of diet soda and other diet drinks, gum, candy, flavored fizzy water and many diabetic foods. It is even in health drinks, yogurt, gelatins, puddings, wine coolers, cereals, breath strips and mints; some medicines and chewable childrens vitamins also contain aspartame.. Most students realize that illegal drugs and smoking are bad for them, but many dont know anything about the hazards of aspartame. With all the media attention on obesity these days, students will start using even more "diet" products.. Obviously, obesity is a serious problem! However, turning to artificial sweeteners in an attempt to lose weight or prevent weight gain is not the answer. In fact, artificial sweeteners have been proven to contribute to weight gain. ...
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Suddenly in the late 20 st century a new craze was all over the health industry especially starting in America and then all over the world. Sugar free stuff , sugar free gum , Nutria sweetener and the big brands of Diet Sodas .Health conscious crowd, diabetic ,obese ,even teenagers all were attracted by this so called artificial sweetener .And then during the same time started a moment , involving many dietitians , physicians, neurologist and lot many experts who dealt with cases resulting in so called this artificial sweetener intoxication .The Federal Drug and Food and Administration from many countries have ruled out any wrong findings about this chemical , but still notes , circulation , medical off record advice , naturopath, Chinese doctors , Vaidya advice would always be in the favor of not having this so call artificial sweetener commonly known as " ASPARTAME" ...
Stevia extract is produced by extracting sweet compounds from the stevia leaf and as such is considered a natural sweetener. The TIH stevia products ...
Dr. Cara Frankenfeld presented work on alteration of the human microbiome caused by artificial sweeteners at the Medical Nutrition: Nutrition and the Microbiome conference at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center on March 30th, 2015.. Artificial Sweetener Consumption and Microbiome Profiles in 31 Adults Living in the United States. Cara L. Frankenfeld, Evan Lamb, Masoumeh Sikaroodi, Sarah Shoemaker and Patrick M. Gillevet. 1Global and Community Health, George Mason University (GMU), United States; 2Biology, GMU, United States and 3Microbiome Analysis Center, GMU, United States. The objective was to evaluate gut microbiome in relation to recent aspartame and Acesulfame-K artificial sweetener consumption. Thirty-one adults completed a four-day food record and provided a fecal sample on the fifth day. Fecal samples were analyzed for bacterial DNA using Multitag Pyrosequencing. Median values for bacterial abundance across non-consumers and consumers were compared. Overall bacterial abundance ...
Ive been using stevia products since January 2012 and have done a lot of baking and research about it. The stevia leaf has about 10 components. SweetLeafs sweetdrops are made with the FDA approved sweetener High purity steviol glycoside extract which is made from 2 components of the stevia leaf....approximately equal parts Stevioside and Reb A. There are more refined stevia products out there and also more whole forms of stevia. Flavored Liquid Stevia Extract is simply stevia extract with added flavors, spices in such small amounts that they are not required to be listed in the ingredients. To be honest, after months of experimenting, Im not a big fan of flavoured stevia from any company. I much prefer using natural flavours in my baking and beverages. That said, the Chocolate Sweetdrops are one of three flavoured stevia products I buy regularly. I use it in my chocolatey greek yogurt and chocolate chip cookies. I did compared SweetLeafs Chocolate Sweetdrops and NuNaturals Cocoa Bean ...
Our Stevia plants are grown from cuttings not from seed. Our stock is from the research project that the Canadian government ran for many years. Our plants are not the last plant in there development project, that one is patented, but they are very good quality and better than you may find anywhere else.. Our Stevia plants can not be considered "certified organic" because we use chemical fertilizers on them. The fertilizer we use is "Peters" which is considered the best quality in the greenhouse industry. It is the most expensive so we are very careful as to not waste any. The Stevia plants in our plant production cycle never get planted in the ground (therefor no soil born pests). They are grown in pots on elevated benches out side during the summer and brought into the greenhouse for the winter. Outdoors they are not bothered by insects so we have no need to spray. However indoors, during the winter, white fly and aphids are a problem and we do spray with "Pyreth-It". This pesticide is made ...
Hey, would any of you mind taking part in my sisters research on artificial sweeteners for her dissertation? Its just a tickbox survey that will literally take 10/15 minutes and you can do it on your phone. Shes doing a health psychology masters and researching public opinion on artificial sweeteners in relation to the obesity crisis.She needs at least 400 people to do it so 10 minutes of your time would be much appreciated! Thank ...
Childhood obesity rates in Canada have doubled since 1970, with nearly 1 in 3 children now classified as overweight or obese. Over the same period, the consumption of artificial sweeteners has steadily increased among adults, children, and also pregnant women. Some research suggests that regular consumption of artificial sweeteners may paradoxically increase the risk of obesity and metabolic disease, although little is known about the effect of exposure in utero. Recently in the Canadian Healthy Infant Longitudinal Development (CHILD) Study, we found that maternal consumption of artificially sweetened beverages during pregnancy is associated with higher infant body mass index. However, we do not know the biological reason for this association. In this study, we will analyze existing fecal and urine samples from infants in the CHILD cohort to examine their gut microbiome and metabolism. This research will help us understand how artificial sweetener consumption during pregnancy influences infant ...
It is a great replacement for artificial sweeteners and is mo calories and no carbohydrates! What I love in addition is the company uses no chemicals, solvents or alcohols in their process and no waste either! The leaf becomes cattle feed or ground mulch and the spent water is distributed to local farmers to irrigate their fields.. I love the convenience of the SweetLeaf Liquid Stevia. Of course another key for me is that it is Gluten Free! The flavored SweetLeaf Liquid Stevia in English Toffee and Chocolate Raspberry are such a wonderful addition to my morning tee and coffee! They are so conveniently packaged. I can slip them into my purse and take them with me when I am on the go or traveling. They make a great addition to fruit smoothies, desserts, plain yogurt and even cottage cheese! I love making my organic lemonade with them too. I love that they are safe for diabetics too!. Quick Facts:. ...
Cyclamates and its salts (such as calcium cyclamate, sodium cyclamate, magnesium cyclamate, and potassium cyclamate) are ... FAP 2A3672 Cyclamate (cyclamic acid, calcium cyclamate, and sodium cyclamate). *^ a b Weihrauch MR, Diehl V (2004). "Artificial ... Cyclamate was banned in South Korea in 1969.[18] Brands[edit]. Sweeteners produced by Sweet'n Low and Sugar Twin[19] for Canada ... "Worldwide Status of Cyclamate". Calorie Control Council. Retrieved 4 November 2018.. *^ Ashurst, Philip R. (April 15, 2008). ...
... was discovered in 1965 by James M. Schlatter, a chemist working for G.D. Searle & Company. Schlatter had synthesized aspartame as an intermediate step in generating a tetrapeptide of the hormone gastrin, for use in assessing an anti-ulcer drug candidate.[64] He discovered its sweet taste when he licked his finger, which had become contaminated with aspartame, to lift up a piece of paper.[12][65][66] Torunn Atteraas Garin participated in the development of aspartame as an artificial sweetener.[67] In 1975, prompted by issues regarding Flagyl and Aldactone, a U.S. FDA task force team reviewed 25 studies submitted by the manufacturer, including 11 on aspartame. The team reported "serious deficiencies in Searle's operations and practices".[8] The FDA sought to authenticate 15 of the submitted studies against the supporting data. In 1979, the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) concluded, since many problems with the aspartame studies were minor and did not affect the ...
... has about the same sweetness as sucrose,[8] but more sweetness than similar compounds like sorbitol and mannitol.[5] It has a glycemic index of 7 (100 for glucose).[10] Because xylitol and other polyols are heat stable, they do not caramelise as sugars do, and they also lower the freezing point of mixtures in which they are used.[11] No health risk exists for normal levels of consumption, and the European Food Safety Authority has not set a limit on daily intake of xylitol. Due to the adverse laxative effect that all polyols have on the digestive system in high doses, xylitol is banned from soft drinks in the EU. Similarly due to a 1985 report, by the EU Scientific Committee on Food, stating that "ingesting 50 g a day of xylitol can cause diarrhea", tabletop sweeteners containing xylitol are required to display the warning: "excessive consumption may induce laxative effects".[12] Chewing gum containing xylitol is permitted.[13] ...
A 10:1 cyclamate:saccharin blend is common in countries where both these sweeteners are legal; in this blend, each sweetener ...
... is a sugar substitute, a type of sugar alcohol used primarily for its sugar-like physical properties. It has little to no impact on blood sugar levels, and does not stimulate the release of insulin.[1] It also does not promote tooth decay, i.e. is tooth-friendly. Its energy value is 2 kcal/g, half that of sugars.[2] However, like most sugar alcohols, it carries a risk of gastric distress, including flatulence and diarrhea, when consumed in large quantities (above about 20-30 g per day).[1] Isomalt may prove upsetting to the intestinal tract because it is incompletely absorbed in the small intestine, and when polyols pass into the large intestine, they can cause osmotically induced diarrhea[3] and stimulate the gut flora, causing flatulence.[1] As with other dietary fibers, regular consumption of isomalt can lead to desensitisation, decreasing the risk of intestinal upset.[1] Isomalt can be blended with high-intensity sweeteners such as sucralose, giving a mixture that has the same ...
Cyclamates are used outside the United States, but are prohibited from manufacturing as a sweetener within the United States. ... In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration banned the sale of cyclamate in 1969 after lab tests in rats involving a ... "Worldwide status of cyclamate". Calorie Control Council. Retrieved 10 January 2018. "All About Stevia Rebaudiana - Nature's ... This information, however, is regarded as "weak" evidence of carcinogenic activity, and cyclamate remains in common use in many ...
Cyclamates are still used in many countries outside of the United States. Once cyclamates were banned, American producers ... It was discontinued in 1969 due to the U.S. government ban of cyclamate sweetener. After reformulation, it was reintroduced as ... Tab was originally sweetened with cyclamates and saccharin. Tab, Diet Rite, and Fresca (a grapefruit-flavored drink introduced ... The first artificial sweeteners used in diet soft drinks were cyclamates (often synergistically with saccharin). While many say ...
"Quantitative hydrolysis of sodium cyclamate and calcium cyclamate to cyclohexylamine, followed by colorimetric analysis". ... The sodium and calcium salts of cyclamic acid are used as artificial sweeteners under the name cyclamate.[2] ...
It was initially sweetened with cyclamate. After the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a ban on cyclamate in 1969, ...
It is a metabolite of cyclamate. Cyclohexylamine is produced by two routes, the main one being hydrogenation of aniline using ... Some sweeteners are derived from this amine, notably cyclamate. The herbicide hexazinone is derived from cyclohexylamine. LD50 ...
At various times it was sweetened with cyclamates and saccharin. At one point the directions instructed children to add sugar ...
The original formula was sweetened with cyclamate and saccharin. Today it is owned by and distributed by Dr Pepper Snapple ... the Food and Drug Administration banned cyclamate, forcing the beverage to be reformulated with saccharin. Diet Rite was ...
Cyclamate was discovered when a chemist noticed a sweet taste on his cigarette that he had set down on his bench. Aspartame was ...
However, cyclamate has been banned in the US since 1969. A few substances alter the way sweet taste is perceived. One class of ... As of 2005[update], seven artificial sweeteners are in widespread use: saccharin, cyclamate, aspartame, acesulfame potassium, ...
Benzoate and cyclamate were commonly used as food additives in Indonesia. Other substances found in the samples, such as borax ... Other food contaminants found by Depok Health agency in elementary schools in 2006 were sodium benzoate, cyclamate and borax ...
This, coupled with the Food and Drug Administration's ban of cyclamate sweeteners from all U.S. food and drug products in ... Initially it came only in ginger ale, sweetened with sodium cyclamate. Later, root beer and black cherry were added, the latter ...
By 1969 there were $1 billion in annual sales of cyclamate. However, by that time some animal studies had shown that very high ... In October 1970, a year after Ley left, the FDA banned cyclamate completely from all food and drug products in the United ... The highest profile issue that Ley had to confront was sodium cyclamate. An artificial sweetener, it was originally brought to ... in connection with the banning of cyclamates because he did what the Secretary told him to do (to not discuss the matter within ...
Reaction with cyclohexylamine followed by addition of NaOH gives C6H11NHSO3Na, sodium cyclamate. Related compounds are also ...
... sodium cyclamate, polydextrose, maltitol and lactitol. It is the exclusive South African agent of Nutrasweet's aspartame and ...
It was originally sweetened with cyclamates, which were banned by the FDA in 1969, and replaced with saccharin. That was ...
Cyclamate a man-made chemical used instead of sugar in low calorie foods and drinks. Banned in the US (due to concerns about ...
... yellow packets are also associated with the SugarTwin brand of cyclamate sweetener. Sucralose is a highly heat-stable ...
Saccharose (table sugar) Sugar substitute Assugrin (a brand containing saccharin and cyclamate) Cyclamate Sucralose Aspartame ... A 10:1 cyclamate:saccharin blend is common in countries where both these sweeteners are legal; in this blend, each sweetener ...
After cyclamate was declared safe for consumption in the mid-1950s, the Hermes Company announced their new product, Assugrin, ... Cyclamate sugar substitute was discovered in 1937 by two American chemists and tested over the subsequent twenty years. ... Assugrin is a brand name for a sugar substitute that is a blend of cyclamate and saccharin. Produced in Switzerland by MCM ... Almost a decade later, in 1965, Hermes company came up with a mixture of saccharin and cyclamate. It was later introduced to ...
... Blue contains 14 grams of lactose and artificial sweeteners (cyclamate, acesulfame K) instead of refined sugar. This ...
When cyclamate was banned, Sweet* 10 and Funny Face had to be dropped, resulting in a $4.5 million loss. Both products were re- ... 10 made with cyclamate, which became the most popular artificial sweetener. In 1964, Pillsbury introduced Funny Face Drink Mix ...
Stevia has no calcium cyclamate, no saccharin, no aspartame and no calories. It is safe for diabetics, as it does not affect ...
Cyclamates and its salts (such as calcium cyclamate, sodium cyclamate, magnesium cyclamate, and potassium cyclamate) are ... FAP 2A3672 Cyclamate (cyclamic acid, calcium cyclamate, and sodium cyclamate). *^ a b Weihrauch MR, Diehl V (2004). "Artificial ... Cyclamate was banned in South Korea in 1969.[18] Brands[edit]. Sweeteners produced by Sweetn Low and Sugar Twin[19] for Canada ... "Worldwide Status of Cyclamate". Calorie Control Council. Retrieved 4 November 2018.. *^ Ashurst, Philip R. (April 15, 2008). ...
Cyclamates and its salts (such as calcium cyclamate, sodium cyclamate, magnesium cyclamate, and potassium cyclamate) are ... FAP 2A3672 Cyclamate (cyclamic acid, calcium cyclamate, and sodium cyclamate). *^ a b Weihrauch MR, Diehl V (2004). "Artificial ... www.cyclamate.org/pdf/Cyclamate_worldwidestatus.pdf *^ Ashurst, Philip R. (Apr 15, 2008). Chemistry and Technology of Soft ... Cyclamate is currently banned in the United States.[15][16][17] Brands[edit]. Sweeteners produced by Sweetn Low and Sugar Twin ...
Make research projects and school reports about cyclamate easy with credible articles from our FREE, online encyclopedia and ... Cyclamate UXL Encyclopedia of Science COPYRIGHT 2002 The Gale Group, Inc.. Cyclamate. Cyclamate is the name given to a family ... cyclamates Salts of the acid C6H11.NH.SO3H, where C6H11- is a cyclohexyl group. Sodium and calcium cyclamates were formerly ... Cyclamate remained banned for use in foods. In 1982, Abbott submitted a second petition asking for approval of cyclamate. As of ...
Sodium cyclamate, Sodium cyclohexanesulfamate; Linear Formula: C6H12NNaO3S; find Supelco-47827 MSDS, related peer-reviewed ... Sodium Cyclamate analytical standard; CAS Number: 139-05-9; EC Number: 205-348-9; Synonym: Sodium N-cyclohexylsulfamate, N- ... Sodium cyclamate may be used as a reference standard in the determination of sodium cyclamate in artificial food and beverages ... Sodium Cyclamate analytical standard Synonym: N-Cyclohexylsulfamic acid sodium salt, Cyclamic acid sodium salt, ...
Other names in common use include cyclamate sulfamatase, cyclamate sulfamidase, and cyclohexylsulfamate sulfamidase. This ... In enzymology, a cyclamate sulfohydrolase (EC 3.10.1.2) is an enzyme that catalyzes the chemical reaction cyclohexylsulfamate ... Nimura T, Tokieda T, Yamaha T (February 1974). "Partial purification and some properties of cyclamate sulfamatase". J. Biochem ...
Cyclamates and its salts (such as calcium cyclamate, sodium cyclamate, magnesium cyclamate, and potassium cyclamate) are ... FAP 2A3672 Cyclamate (cyclamic acid, calcium cyclamate, and sodium cyclamate) Weihrauch MR, Diehl V (2004). "Artificial ... Cyclamate is approved as a sweetener in at least 130 countries. In the late 1960s cyclamate was banned in the United Kingdom ... www.cyclamate.org/pdf/Cyclamate_worldwidestatus.pdf Ashurst, Philip R. (Apr 15, 2008). Chemistry and Technology of Soft Drinks ...
Sodium cyclamate EC Number:. 205-348-9. EC Name:. Sodium cyclamate. CAS Number:. 139-05-9 Molecular formula:. C6H13NO3S.Na ... Sodium cyclamatecyclamate. CAS Number:. 139-05-9. Molecular formula:. C6H13NO3S.Na ... Sodium cyclamatecyclamate. CAS Number:. 139-05-9. Molecular formula:. C6H13NO3S.Na ...
About this substance This section provides an overview of the volume in which the substance is manufactured or imported to the European Economic Area (EU28 + Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway). Additionally, if available, information on the use of the substance and how consumers and workers are likely to be exposed to it can also be displayed here.. The use information is displayed per substance life cycle stage (consumer, in articles, by professional workers (widespread uses), in formulation or re-packing, at industrial sites or in manufacturing). The information is aggregated from REACH registered dossiers provided by industry.. For a detailed overview on identified uses and environmental releases, please consult the registered substance dossier.. Use descriptors are adapted from ECHA guidance to improve readability and may not correspond textually to descriptor codes described in Chapter R.12: Use Descriptor system of ECHA Guidance on information requirements and chemical safety ...
... which preceded cyclamate as the artificial sweetener of choice since 1884 and which is now experiencing a widespread ... ... Body systems harmed by cyclamate. Cyclamate is bad for the digestive system. Prolonged use of it can cause colon cancer. ... Too much cyclamate intake is cancerous as bacteria in the intestines can convert cyclamate into cyclohexamine, a carcinogen. ... cyclamate is slowly gaining popularity. However, cyclamate does not have too much of a far-reaching market ever since it got ...
calcium cyclamate: An artificially prepared salt of cyclamic acid, C12H24O6N2S2Ca2H2O, formerly used as a nonnutritive low- ...
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Sodium cyclamate artificial sweetener molecule. Atoms are represented as spheres with conventional colour coding: hydrogen ( ... Caption: Sodium cyclamate artificial sweetener molecule. Atoms are represented as spheres with conventional colour coding: ... sodium cyclamate, structure, sugar, sulfur, sweet, sweetener, three dimensional, white background ... cyclamate, cyclamic, cyclohexanesulfamate, cyclohexanesulfamic, diabetes, digitally generated, formula, hydrogen, illustration ...
... has solved the 60-year-old mystery as to why a blend of saccharin and cyclamate has less of a bitter off-taste than either of ... also wondered if saccharin might similarly inhibit cyclamate activation of TAS2Rs. The researchers note that cyclamate requires ... note that previous studies found that saccharin and cyclamate activate human bitter taste receptors (TAS2Rs). Cyclamate ... reiterate that cyclamate can inhibit the two bitter taste receptors activated by saccharin and that saccharin can supress ...
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Find out information about calcium cyclamate. C12H24O6N2S2Ca2H2O White crystals with a very sweet taste, soluble in water; has ... been used as a low-calorie sweetening agent Explanation of calcium cyclamate ... calcium cyclamate. Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical. calcium cyclamate. [′kal·sē·əm ′sī·klə‚māt] (organic ... Calcium cyclamate , Article about calcium cyclamate by The Free Dictionary https://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/calcium+ ...
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Hỗn hợp của 10 phần cyclamate đến 1 phần saccharin là phổ biến và mặt nạ khẩu vị của cả hai chất làm ngọt. Nó rẻ hơn hầu hết ... Hãy là người đầu tiên nhận xét "Sodium Cyclamate" Hủy Email của bạn sẽ không được hiển thị công khai. Các trường bắt buộc được ... Nó thường được sử dụng với các chất làm ngọt nhân tạo khác, đặc biệt là saccharin; Hỗn hợp của 10 phần cyclamate đến 1 phần ...
  • in October 1970, the FDA, under a new Commissioner, banned cyclamate completely from all food and drug products in the United States. (wikipedia.org)
  • 1970), sodium cyclamate crosses the placental barrier approaching a fetal concentration of this substance equivalent to one quarter of the existent maternal concentration. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Keast, Russell and Breslin, Paul A. S. 2005, Bitterness suppression with zinc sulfate and na-cyclamate: a model of combined peripheral and central neural approaches to flavor modification , Pharmaceutical research , vol. 22, no. 11, pp. 1970-1977, doi: 10.1007/s11095-005-6136-0. (edu.au)
  • In 1970 a ruling of the United States Food and Drug Administration was sufficient to limit severely the use of a group of chemicals known as the cyclamates, many tons of which had been marketed annually in the country's favorite soft drinks and in many other food products. (druglibrary.org)
  • In enzymology, a cyclamate sulfohydrolase (EC 3.10.1.2) is an enzyme that catalyzes the chemical reaction cyclohexylsulfamate + H2O ⇌ {\displaystyle \rightleftharpoons } cyclohexylamine + sulfate Thus, the two substrates of this enzyme are cyclohexylsulfamate and H2O, whereas its two products are cyclohexylamine and sulfate. (wikipedia.org)
  • Other names in common use include cyclamate sulfamatase, cyclamate sulfamidase, and cyclohexylsulfamate sulfamidase. (wikipedia.org)
  • VKM further concludes that among young women who are high consumers of beverages with cyclamate, and 2-year-old children who are high consumers of beverages with steviol glycosides, the estimated intake approaches the ADI values. (vkm.no)
  • In 1966, a study reported that some intestinal bacteria could desulfonate cyclamate to produce cyclohexylamine , a compound suspected to have some chronic toxicity in animals. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cyclamate is composed to Cyclohexylamine, which could cause testicular atrophy in rats. (foodsweeteners.com)
  • This allowed them to calculate an IC 50 concentration (the inhibitor concentration which reduces response by 50%) of sodium cyclamate at 16.2±9.0 mM for TAS2R31 and 4.8±0.4 mM for TAS2R43 thus showing TAS2R43 to be more sensitive to sodium cyclamate inhibition that TASR31. (rssl.com)
  • Thus, we determined whether a mixture of zinc sulfate and Na-cyclamate would be a particularly effective combination for bitterness inhibition (Zn) and masking (cyclamate). (edu.au)
  • 0.0016), whereas the mixture's inhibition of PSE bitterness was not different from that of Na-cyclamate alone. (edu.au)
  • Exposure assessments by FSANZ have found that all people over 12 years of age and 95% of children aged 2-11 consume cyclamates within this acceptable daily intake. (cancercouncil.com.au)
  • The released study was showing that eight out of 240 rats fed a mixture of saccharin and cyclamates, at levels equivalent to humans ingesting 550 cans of diet soda per day, developed bladder tumors. (wikipedia.org)
  • The released study was showing that eight out of 240 rats fed a mixture of saccharin and cyclamates, at levels of humans ingesting 550 cans of diet soda per day, developed bladder tumors. (wikipedia.org)
  • There is no evidence that cyclamates are associated with cancer in humans. (encyclopedia.com)
  • According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), there is insufficient evidence to conclude that cyclamates cause cancer in either humans or animals. (cancercouncil.com.au)
  • To remedy the over-consumption of the remaining 5% of children, FSANZ is reducing the maximum amount of cyclamates allowed in flavoured drinks by almost half. (cancercouncil.com.au)
  • FSANZ believes this will eliminate over-consumption of cyclamates in children. (cancercouncil.com.au)
  • For example, the consumption volume of cyclamate in China decreased by 14.1% annually from 2002 to 2006. (marketpublishers.com)
  • Through the statistical analysis, the report depicts the global and Chinese total market of Sodium Cyclamate industry including capacity, production, production value, cost/profit, supply/demand and Chinese import/export. (htfmarketreport.com)
  • Production capacity of the Sodium Cyclamate manufacturers didn't change much. (foodsweeteners.com)
  • Although to a lesser extent, mannose or cyclamate demonstrated pro-oxidative/ atherogenic effects and significantly increased cellular ROS generation, cholesterol content, triglyceride content and macrophage phagocytosis capacity. (omicsonline.org)
  • Abbott intended to use cyclamate to mask the bitterness of certain drugs such as antibiotics and pentobarbital . (wikipedia.org)
  • Conclusion A combination of Na-cyclamate and zinc sulfate was most effective at inhibiting bitterness. (edu.au)
  • The FSANZ safety assessment of cyclamates concluded that a daily intake of 11mg/kg body weight is not associated with an increased risk of cancer. (cancercouncil.com.au)
  • The report provides key statistics on the market status of the Sodium Cyclamate manufacturers and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the industry.Firstly, the report provides a basic overview of the industry including its definition, applications and manufacturing technology. (htfmarketreport.com)