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 Cyclamate - This is the sugar substitute used by Weight Watchers. It's great for cooking and baking. It's sweeter than sugar, about ten times sweeter, so keep this in mind when opening a package of "Sugar Twin" .

Sweeteners - Sugar and Sugar substitutes

 Excessive consumption of sugar and sugar substitutes have been associated with increased incidences of type 2 diabetes, obesity and tooth decay.

A sugar substitute is a food additive that duplicates the effect of sugar or corn syrup in taste, but usually has less food energy. Some sugar substitutes are natural and some are synthetic. Those that are not natural are, in general, referred to as artificial sweeteners. Most of the sugar substitutes have been approved by the FDA as safe for use by diabetics. Those who are diabetic, pregnant or nursing would probably find it in their best interests to check with their physicians before using any of these products regularly.

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Raw sugars comprise yellow to brown sugars made by clarifying the source syrup by boiling and drying with heat, until it becomes a crystalline solid, with minimal chemical processing. Raw beet sugars result from the processing of sugar beet juice, but only as intermediates en route to white sugar.  Types of raw sugar include demerara, muscovado, and turbinado. Mauritius and Malawi export significant quantities of such specialty sugars. Manufacturers sometimes prepare raw sugar as loaves rather than as a crystalline powder, by pouring sugar and molasses together into molds and allowing the mixture to dry. This results in sugar-cakes or loaves, called jaggery or gur in India and pingbian tang in China.

  Varieties of sugar substitute Products

Although many people do not take sugar in their coffee, there are many sugar substitutes in the market .  Knowing about the different types of sugar substitutes can help you to choose the best product for your lifestyle.
Saccharine -    Saccharine is one of the more well-known sugar substitutes. Saccharine was popular years ago but its popularity decreased after laboratory rats developed cancer after using this artificial sweetener.  While rats may have experienced unfortunate side effects, this has not been proven to be the case with humans. It's not recommended for pregnant or lactating women, however.  Saccharine can be used to sweeten drinks of all temperatures and can be used in place of sugar in recipes.
Aspartame -  Aspartame became popular after saccharine began to lose its luster, Aspartame is fairly popular in diet soft drinks, coffee and tea, it's not recommended for baking as it can lose its flavor after being exposed to heat for certain period of time.
Acesulfame-K - Also know as "Ace-K," this sugar substitute is actually two hundred times sweeter than sugar! This sweetener should be used in moderation. Ace-K is fine for baking, just use it sparingly.
Sucralose -   Splenda is gaining in popularity not only because it's made of sugar, thereby tasting just like sugar, but because it measures the same as sugar, which makes it more convenient for baking than other sugar substitutes.  Sucralose is six hundred times sweeter than sugar, so if one is not using the Splenda brand, one will have to do some math to figure out how much to add to your baking.