Trichlorosucrose mini guide

Sucralose is a common artificial food sweetener, but it does not contain any nutritional components. Its sweetness is about 600 times that of sugar, and most of it is not absorbed by the human body. Sucralose is used as a food sweetener.
Sucrose trichloride is a molecule of sucrose trichloride, a chemically modified form of sucrose (sugar). Sucralose is very stable and is not affected by light, heat, or various pH conditions. In addition to its reliable stability, sucralose is also popular in terms of taste and texture, and has no strange aftertaste. Therefore, sucralose is an ideal choice for baking and is also very suitable for commercial foods that require long-term shelf life.

Compared with other commonly used artificial sweeteners such as aspartame, acesulfame and saccharin, sucralose has become more and more popular.

What happens after consuming sucralose?
After consuming sucralose, most of it is not absorbed by the body, but is excreted through the digestive system along with excreta. Due to the difficulty in absorbing sucralose in the digestive tract, only 5% to 20% of sucralose will truly enter the bloodstream. The remaining portion is excreted through urine and will not remain in the tissue. Therefore, after consuming sucralose, it actually only exists in the body for a short period of time.

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