SUMMARY: To evaluate the effects of sodium cyclamate
on the rat placenta by its administration in the period of embryogenesis.
Spokesman Dr Tim Lobstein said: "Their sperm count might be reduced because tests have shown that excessive levels of cyclamates
could reduce testosterone levels and shrivel the size of the testicles.
The use of cyclamates
, artificial sweeteners, was banned by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
I know I used a lot of saccharine and cyclamates
in my life.
For the former, the development of sweeteners that could be produced from less expensive means - for example, sugar beets, corn syrup and cyclamates
- led to a mad scramble for acts of Congress, including price supports and quotas.
These are the people who terrorized the public with death at the wheel of the Corvair, death at the bite of an apple or cranberry, death at the swallow of cyclamates
. From the green lagoon they warn us that Zinfandel and venison will produce two-headed babies.
Food and Drug Administration, the committee spent more than a year reviewing all existing studies on cyclamates
The mutagenicity of cyclamates
and their metabolites.
- a cut in the maximum recommended intake for cyclamates
and a ban or reduction in its use in certain categories of food (water-based beverages and confectionary).
Non-nutritive sweeteners of major commercial significance - saccharin, cyclamates
and aspartame - all have higher sweetness levels than sugar, says Hellekant, but they are unstable, either in processing or upon storage.
Think back to the banning of cyclamates
and their replacement by saccharin.
Indeed, scientists are questioning regulations governing such chemicals as dioxin, DDT, saccharin and cyclamates
, which have produced cancers in some lab animal test but may not be as harmful to humans.