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They checked those results against 125 controls who were referred for Hashimoto's work-up but turned out to be antibody negative; 15 (12%) regularly used artificial sweeteners
, 110 (88%) did not.
negative health effects, artificial sweeteners
have another problem: they all taste bad and leave a disagreeable aftertaste," wrote online commenter Phansigar.
In the scientists' own words, non-caloric artificial sweeteners
-- promoted as aids to weight loss and diabetes prevention -- could actually hasten the development of glucose intolerance and metabolic disease, and they do so in a surprising way: by changing the composition and function of the gut microbiota -- the substantial population of bacteria residing in our intestines.
After 10 weeks, the sucrose group had gained about 3 pounds, while the artificial sweetener
group had lost about 2'A pounds.
According to the research, our pleasure in consuming sweet solutions is driven to a great extent by the amount of energy it provides: greater reward in the brain is attributed to sugars compared to artificial sweeteners
While aimed principally at replacing sugar in flavored milks served to school children, the petition also asks for the right to obscure artificial sweeteners
in a host of dairy products including nonfat dried milk (always added to reduced-fat milks), yogurt, cream, half-and-half, sour cream, eggnog and whipping cream.
I wondered if it was the artificial sweetener
in the drinks that was causing this.
are typically used to bring down the calorie count of products but in recent months they have been included in more products that do not have an explicit health message.
Furthermore, many artificial sweeteners
are derived from completely natural sources, while what we think of as all-natural often isn't quite: table sugar is of course heavily refined, but so are many "natural" sweeteners--even agave nectar.
In the United States, the number of people who consume foods with artificial sweeteners
(like diet soda) has doubled to 160 million during the past 20 years.