I’ve read a little bit about Splenda (sucralose) a while ago. I think that while it can be linked to cancer (in lab mice), they have to consume an ungodly amount for it to do anything. In other words, I still use Splenda.
That seems to be the case for a lot of the cancer-linked testing done on rodents. At the dosages those rats/mice are given, damn near anything would cause cancer. You can’t assault a body with an insane amount of anything without some type of negative reaction.
If I were to consume 40 gallons of milk, or 10 pounds of splenda, or whatever, a day, I bet I’d develop some type of cancer. I just don’t find a lot of those tests all that relevant to the teaspoon of splenda being ingested by a 200lb. athlete…[/quote]
The question that we should be asking is: Is there anything that DOESN’T give lab rats cancer? You could feed a lab rat spring water and super-sloppy blowjobs and the little fucker would have a 12 pound tumor in a week.