Sucralose is a non-nutritive substitute for sugar, so it has no real and direct health benefits, but it has many indirect benefits. As we all know, sugar intake is closely related to dental caries and periodontal disease. The use of sucralose can reduce sugar intake, which is beneficial to dental health, so it will not cause dental caries.
Sucralose, as a non-nutritive sweetener, is used in many low-calorie products. It is also conducive to weight loss and obesity-related diseases, including cardiovascular disease (CVD), type 2 diabetes, polycystic ovary syndrome and some cancers. There is also scientific evidence that sucralose does not affect hunger or trigger an insulin response.
In addition to obesity, sugar may increase serum triglycerides, which is also a risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Therefore, substituting sucralose for sugar can reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke and prevent excessive insulin levels.
Because sucralose does not affect blood sugar or serum insulin levels, it is also suitable for patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes
Like the European Union, sucralose has been licensed in more than 80 countries including the United States, Canada and Australia. In fact, compared with other commonly used artificial sweeteners such as aspartame, acesulfame K and saccharin, sucralose has become more and more popular.