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Trying to Reduce Sugars? Splenda Is a Sweet, Safe and Reliable Option

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Committed to helping all Canadians live healthier, happier lives, Splenda makes it deliciously simple to reduce sugar intake.

Diabetes, a chronic condition that impacts how the body turns food into energy, can reduce one’s lifespan by five to fifteen years.1  This striking statistic highlights the significance of reducing one’s sugar intake to help manage the risk developing the disease.

Almost one in ten Canadians 20 years and above has been diagnosed with diabetes.3  Maintaining a healthy diet, and specifically monitoring carbohydrate intake, is a critical aspect of diabetes management. It is also an important lifestyle choice for those looking to take proactive measures for their overall health.

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Maintaining a balanced diet without compromising taste

As a proud supporter of Diabetes Canada and a company that offers diabetes-friendly recipes that everyone can enjoy, Splenda has developed a longstanding reputation as a trusted partner in a consumer’s journey to reducing sugar and supporting healthy habits.

Splenda, the #1 low- and no-calorie sweetener brand in Canada,4  has an entire product portfolio that includes the famous Splenda Original Sweetener and plant-based options such as Splenda Stevia and Splenda Monk Fruit sweeteners, which are available in packets, pouches, jars, and liquid!

When used in place of sugar, zero calorie sweeteners (including Splenda® Zero Calorie Sweetener) help to avoid blood sugar and insulin spikes caused by food and drinks with added sugars.

Accessible, reliable alternatives 

Splenda is making it easier for Canadians to reduce added sugars and take control of their health. It provides a diverse range of reliable sugar alternatives suitable for individuals managing diabetes or aiming to maintain optimal health, offering accessible options for all. Well-known for more than just its iconic yellow packets, Splenda is highly regarded as a safe and trustworthy mission-driven brand. 


Visit splenda.ca to learn more about its mission and product portfolio, and to sign up for weekly recipes.

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References
1. “Diabetes in Canada.” Diabetes Canada Website. Accessed March 5, 2024. https://www.diabetes.ca/advocacy—policies/advocacy-reports/national-and-provincial-backgrounders/diabetes-in-canada.
2. “Sugar & Diabetes.” Diabetes Canada Website. Accessed March 18, 2024. https://www.diabetes.ca/advocacy—policies/our-policy-positions/sugar—diabetes.
3. Government of Canada, Statistics Canada. “Diabetes among Canadian Adults.” Statistics Canada, November 29, 2023. https://www.statcan.gc.ca/o1/en/plus/5103-diabetes-among-canadian-adults.
4. NielsenIQ AOD – TOTAL CANADA (NATIONAL EXCL NFLD GB +DR +MM) – Latest 52 Weeks Ending 12/02/23
5. Leahy M, Ratliff JC, Riedt CS, Fulgoni VL. Consumption of Low-Calorie Sweetened Beverages Compared to Water Is Associated with Reduced Intake of Carbohydrates and Sugar, with No Adverse Relationships to Glycemic Responses: Results from the 2001-2012 National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys. Nutrients. 2017 Aug 24;9(9):928. doi: 10.3390/nu9090928. PMID: 28837084; PMCID: PMC5622688. (Calories, sugar, water)
Hope Warshaw, Steven V. Edelman; Practical Strategies to Help Reduce Added Sugars Consumption to Support Glycemic and Weight Management Goals.Clin Diabetes 1 January 2021; 39 (1): 45–56. https://doi.org/10.2337/cd20-0034 (weight, blood sugar)
Ma J, Chang J, Checklin HL, Young RL, Jones KL, Horowitz M, Rayner CK. Effect of the artificial sweetener, sucralose, on small intestinal glucose absorption in healthy human subjects. Br J Nutr. 2010 Sep;104(6):803-6. doi: 10.1017/S0007114510001327. Epub 2010 Apr 27. PMID: 20420761. (blood sugar)

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