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Peer Reviewed Study Finds Two Common Artificial Sweeteners Raise Blood Sugar Levels and Should Not Be Assumed Safe

Kategoria: Zdrowie
Kanał: Diet Science
Data: 18 września 2022, 23:56
Poziom: B1-B2 (średnio zaawansowany)


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A new study published in the journal Cell, showed that consuming saccharin and sucralose harms the ability of healthy adults to dispose of glucose in their body. The study also looked at the effect of Aspartame and Stevia. Listen in this week as Dee discusses the study and what it means for your health.

Reference:

Suez, J., Cohen, Y., Valdés-Mas, R., Mor, U., Dori-Bachash, M., Federici, S., Zmora, N., Leshem, A., Heinemann, M., Linevsky, R., Zur, M., Ben-Zeev Brik, R., Bukimer, A., Eliyahu-Miller, S., Metz, A., Fischbein, R., Sharov, O., Malitsky, S., Itkin, M., … Elinav, E. (2022). Personalized microbiome-driven effects of non-nutritive sweeteners on human glucose tolerance. Cell, 185(18), 3307–3328.E19. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2022.07.016

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