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Sorbitol, xylitol, aspartame… it’s hard to keep up with all the different sugar replacements. Since sugar became a no-no, various substitutes have popped up in food and drink, and since the introduction of the sugar tax, you’d be hard-pressed to find a soft drink without them. But are these ‘healthier’ alternatives actually good for us – or are most of them made from a cocktail of chemicals just as bad, if not worse than natural sugar? Two expert share their opinions.

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