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Using an artificial sweetener gets rid of the sugar but not your desire for the sweet taste. Coping with Angina (1990)They are high in sugars and sweeteners. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Often artificial sweeteners are added to improve taste. The Sun (2011)Use minimal amounts of artificial sweeteners until taste can be trained to not want sweet things. The Beat Fatigue Workbook - how to identify the causes (1988)Sugar substitutes and artificial sweeteners are not to be recommended. The Hayfever Handbook - a summer survival guide (1988)It is advisable for the diabetic to avoid all forms of artificial sweeteners. Diets to Help Diabetes (1983)The group is offering a generous sweetener to investors as it puts the finishing touches to the listing. Times, Sunday Times (2012)No sugars or sweeteners are allowed and fruit teas are not recommended as they can make you crave sugar. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Choose ones with artificial sweeteners instead. The Sun (2012)Do artificial sweeteners make you fat? Times, Sunday Times (2015)They could not demand much but the Conservatives might offer some sweeteners. The Sun (2010)Instead of using sugar in any of the 100 recipes he uses an alternative sweetener instead. The Sun (2008)To cure yourself, you need to have six weeks without either sugar or sweetener. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It also advises on the use of low-calorie sweeteners to replace sugar. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A spoonful of jam is added as a sweetener. The East India Company Book of Tea (1994)Not just a business sweetener? Times, Sunday Times (2012)He said artificial sweeteners were already widely used in soft drinks, and the food industry should consider using them in other products. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I like the use of good old-fashioned sugar instead of sweeteners. Times, Sunday Times (2010)DRINKS containing artificial sweetener may be just as bad for your heart as those with sugar, studies suggest. The Sun (2015)True, he offered sweeteners to Labour. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Sugar (or sweeteners) must be added to make cranberry juice palatable. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Of course, diet drinks still contain artificial sweeteners that you may want to avoid, along with additives such as preservatives and colours. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'sweetener'
British English: sweetener /ˈswiːtnə/ NOUN
A sweetener is an artificial substance that can be used instead of sugar.
- American English: sweetener
- Arabic: مادَّةٌ تـَحْلِيَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: adoçante
- Chinese: 甜味剂
- Croatian: zaslađivač
- Czech: umělé sladidlo
- Danish: sødemiddel
- Dutch: zoetstof
- European Spanish: edulcorante
- Finnish: makeutusaine
- French: édulcorant
- German: Süßstoff
- Greek: γλυκαντικό
- Italian: dolcificante
- Japanese: 甘味料
- Korean: 감미료
- Norwegian: søtningsstoff
- Polish: słodzik
- European Portuguese: adoçante
- Romanian: îndulcitor
- Russian: заменитель сахара
- Spanish: edulcorante
- Swedish: sötningsmedel
- Thai: น้ำตาลเทียม
- Turkish: tatlandırıcı
- Ukrainian: замінник цукру
- Vietnamese: đường hóa học
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