Sodium saccharin, also known as soluble saccharin, is the sodium salt of saccharin. However, from a chemical perspective, sugar and sodium saccharin have different advantages, but both are sweet. Sodium saccharin is generally not used in the body, and most of it is excreted from urine without damaging kidney function.
However, diabetes patients who are sensitive to sugar should not eat sodium saccharin or use too many foods rich in sodium saccharin. And sodium saccharin has no business value to the human body, is not absorbed, just changes taste. Diabetic people should pay attention to a balanced diet, under the premise of total calories, eat grains, meat, eggs, milk, vegetables as far as possible, and eat food with a low sugar index.