Billions of people worldwide consume artificial sweeteners
and they are prescribed as a tool to treat obesity, despite little being known until now about their full impact on the brain and in regulating hunger.
I also truly believe as the public read more and more media stories about the safety of artificial sweeteners
, they'll increasingly prefer to buy products made using natural sugar.
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once offered a solution, but their popularity has dwindled among concerns that they don't help with weight management and could even cause weight gain, metabolic syndrome and high blood pressure with continual use.
Unfortunately, switching to artificial sweeteners
doesn't appear to be a clearly beneficial alternative.
A mounting obesity crisis in the United Kingdom (UK) and other developed nations has driven the proliferation of diet alternatives which use artificial sweeteners
like aspartame, to replace more calorific sugar.
Your nervous system will also secrete hormones to stop your desire for more food, so by feeding it sweeteners you do not reach the point of saturation essential for wellbeing - you just want to continuously keep eating, in other words, long term, artificial sweeteners
will contribute to you being overweight.
A new study comparing sugar and artificial sweeteners
caused quite a buzz in late April of this year.
I hope I'm not the only one to find the recent news about artificial sweeteners
more than just a little confusing.
About a third were concerned about electromagnetic frequencies, genetically modified food and artificial sweeteners
How and why artificial sweeteners
may have the same metabolic effects as the sugar they replace is not yet fully understood.