Cyclamate

a man-made chemical used instead of sugar in low calorie foods and drinks. Banned in the US (due to concerns about cancer risk increase in heavy users), not banned in Canada, Japan and the EU, even so. There are disagreements about the meaning of the clinical studies which caused concern.
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cyclamate

(si┬┤klә-māt) a non-nutritive sweetener; nonprescription use of this substance in the United States was banned when animal testing showed that it may be carcinogenic.
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Cyclamate

A man-made chemical that people use instead of sugar. Banned in the US, not banned in Canada. There are disagreements about the meaning of the clinical studies which caused concern.
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cyclamate

A salt or ester of cyclamic acid; the calcium and sodium are noncaloric artificial sweetening agents. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cyclamate

cyclamate (sī"klumāt", –mut) , any member of a group of salts of cyclamic acid (cyclohexanesulfamic acid). The sodium and calcium salts were commonly used as artificial sweeteners until 1969, when their use was banned by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration after reports t...
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cyclamate

odourless white crystalline powder that is used as a nonnutritive sweetener. The name usually denotes either calcium cyclamate or sodium cyclamate, ... [2 related articles]
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cyclamate

Type: Term Pronunciation: sī′klă-māt Definitions: 1. A salt or ester of cyclamic acid; the calcium and sodium are noncaloric artificial sweetening agents.
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