From food and drink to toothpaste, vitamin pills and medicines, more products than ever have sweeteners added to make them palatable. Now, with Public Health England challenging makers of goods including cakes, chocolate and breakfast cereals to cut sugar content 20 per cent by 2020, their use in our diets is set to soar. Yet many of us will remember sweeteners being linked to cancer scares in the 1990s — and they continue to confuse and divide opinion today. So are they the guilt-free way to satisfy a sweet tooth or are we eating our way to an early grave?
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