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... which if you have too much of can give you a pretty nasty case of gas and the runs. ... (14 replies)
... Can sucralose cause diarrhea in people with IBS or sensetive digestive systems. I'm taking a fruit punch protein drink with sucralose in it after I work out. Just curious. ... (14 replies)
... Maybe the "fruit punch protein" drink is the culprit. Large amounts of fruit can cause diarrhea. Sucralose is not metabolized by the body or by the flora in the intestines. ... (14 replies)

... Splenda gives me headaches and Maltitol gives me cramps so they can't be good for you. Hello :nono: _________________ (14 replies)
... stevia cookbook, if you can believe that! ... (14 replies)
... days after I consume it. I can easily connect these symptoms directly to the sucralose as I document everything I consume daily, including times. ... (14 replies)
... Zip, Initially I assumed the same thing as you, then later found out that there are studies that show not only partial absorption of this molecule but can result in HbA1c elevation. Apprarently, it can result in diarrahea in some people. ... (14 replies)
... Sucralose, sugar alchohols, and fermentable carbs are not "digested" in the traditional sense, meaning they are not absorbed into your bloodstream and converted into glucose (some of these substances are, but at a lesser rate than natural counterparts). If you are consuming these substances your body needs to excrete them. The path they follow is your intestinal track. All... (14 replies)
... carb substitutes and not experienced any side effects or ill health, you may just be a person who can tolerate these substances and it probably won't hurt you in the short term. ... (14 replies)
... these will cause extreme discomfort, gas, diarrhea, and are labeled with a warning right on the package. ... (9 replies)




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