The sugar substitute, Splenda, is unsafe and will be pulled from the market.

  The consumer group, Citizens for Health, is pushing the FDA to take Splenda (sucralose) off the market. They say that Splenda advertising slogan "Made from sugar, so it tastes like sugar" is leading consumers to believe Splenda is natural.

  The group also says that Splenda is potentially harmful because it contains chlorine. People claim it's like ingesting pool water or toxic chlorocarbons such as DDT.

  However, this oversimplification is flawed. Chlorine is naturally found in many foods, beverages, and drinking water.

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