As far as I knew I thought it was allowed. It's an artificial sweetner and has no sugar/calories but now that you've brought it up I'll have to check with my doctor. I haven't used any while on Releana hCG, mostly because I tried it before the diet and I disliked it, but I'll try and figure that out.
Hope youre doing well.
Splenda is chlorinated sugar. We don't recommend ANY of the following chemical artificial sweeteners on our program (sucralose, aspartame, acesulfame potassium, or saccharin.)
I'm not sure if xylitol is a chemical sweetener, but it has been used in the shake we use on our program and hasn't negatively affected the weight loss. We also allow Stevia. (Every brand is different and it may take a while for you to find one that you like the taste of.)
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