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Saccharin, technical assessment of risks and benefits
by Assembly of Life Sciences, Institute of Medicine, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Other titles||Saccharin Study and Labeling Act.|
|Statement||Committee for a Study on Saccharin and Food Safety Policy.|
|Contributions||Institute of Medicine (U.S.), Assembly of Life Sciences (U.S.), United States. Food and Drug Administration., Committee for a Study on Saccharin and Food Safety Policy (U.S.), United States.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
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Saccharin, also called ortho-sulfobenzoic acid imide, is an organic compound made use of as a non-nutritive sweetening agent. It occurs as insoluble saccharin in different forms of salts, primarily sodium and calcium. Saccharin is about to times sweeter than granulated sugar and has a slightly bitter and metallic aftertaste. Saccharin is low in sugar, but sweeter than natural sugar by almost times. For this reason, the positive health benefits associated with consumption of saccharin include, Saccharin helps in the process of weight loss. It is used as an artificial sweetener, while it is .
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Suggested Citation:"Front Matter."National Research Council. Saccharin: Technical Assessment of Risks and gton, DC: The National Academies Press. A PDF is a digital representation of the print book, so while it can be loaded into most e-reader programs, it doesn't allow for resizable text or advanced, interactive functionality.
The eBook is optimized for e-reader devices and apps, which means that it offers a much better digital reading experience than a PDF, including resizable text and interactive features (when available). Suggested Citation:"Risk Assessment of Saccharin and Its Impurities."National Research Council.
Saccharin: Technical Assessment of Risks and gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Suggested Citation:"Historical Perspective."National Research Council.
Saccharin: Technical Assessment of Risks and gton, DC: The National. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Saccharin: technical assessment of risks and benefits. Washington, D.C.: Assembly of Life Sciences, Institute of Medicine, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Saccharin: Technical Assessment of Risks and Benefits.
Creator Unknown author. Bibliographic Citation. Springfield, VA: National Technical Information Service [NTIS], Various paging. Saccharin: Technical Assessment of Risks and Benefits. Creator Unknown author. According to opinion research, people use saccharin to stay in better overall health, control weight or maintain an attractive physical appearance.
Research also has shown that health professionals believe saccharin is especially beneficial to people with diabetes and the obese, and helps reduce dental cavities. Saccharin: Technical Assessment of Risks and Benefits, Report No. 1 (November), Committee for a study on saccharin and food safety policy.
National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. OTA (). Cancer Testing Technology and Saccharin, Stock No. Cited by: Summary According to the FDA, adults and children can consume up to mg of saccharin per pound (5 mg per kg) of body weight without risk.
Saccharin may have slight weight loss benefits. A Review and Biological Risk Assessment of Sodium Saccharin CLIFFORD J. CHAPPEL Botany Hill. Oakville, Ontario, Canada L6J6J5 Received JurV /99/ Dietary sodium saccharin is associated with bladder tumors when fed athighlevels to the male taL Under these conditions urinary pH, sodium concenll:ation, and volume are elevated andFile Size: KB.
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Food and Drug Administration.;]. Suggested Citation:"Benefits of Saccharin."National Research Council. Saccharin: Technical Assessment of Risks and gton, DC: The National.
Charles Haas, Drexel University, a member of the symposium planning committee, summarized the standard risk assessment process. The major steps in risk assessment were first articulated in a National Research Council report titled Risk Assessment in the Federal Government: Managing the Process (NRC, ), otherwise known as the “Red Book.” This report has been updated several Cited by: 1.
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"Saccharin: Technical Assessment of Risks and Benefits" was completed by the National Academy of Sciences' expert committee in November It reaffirmed the conclusions of FDA and OTA that "in rats saccharin is a carcinogen of low potency relative to other carcinogens."Cited by: 2.
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Saccharin, a non-nutritive sweetener, has recently been identified by the Food and Drug Administration as a carcinogen. Under the “Delaney clause, ” its use inFile Size: KB. Bacterial recoveries of Streptococcus mutans and caries activity are examined in an experimental animal caries model that is challenged dietarily and bacteriologically.
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Saccharin mechanistic data and risk assessment: urine composition, enhanced cell proliferation, and tumor promotion. Pharmacol Ther. ;71()– 7 Dybing, E. Development and implementation of the IPCS conceptual framework for evaluating mode of action of chemical carcinogens.
Toxicology Dec;–5.“The use of artificial sweeteners [saccharin and/or cyclamate] either in beverages or as tabletop sweeteners was not associated with an increased risk of bladder cancer.” J. M. Piper, of FDA’s Center for Drugs and Biologics, and associates G.
M. Matanoski and J. Tonascia, who investigated risk factors for bladder cancer in matched.Sodium saccharin, also simply known as saccharin, is a type of zero-calorie artificial sweetener, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP).
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