• Risk of obesity, heart disease, and other health issues higher in those who consume artificial sweeteners, study finds

    11 monthes ago - By News Medical

    The study that aimed to understand if the consumption of artificial sweeteners is linked with adverse long term effects on weight and heart disease, was published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal , today.
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  • Artificial sweeteners won't help you lose weight

    Artificial sweeteners won't help you lose weight

    11 monthes ago - By Daily Mail

    A wide-ranging review, by researchers at the University of Manitoba, found sweeteners - including aspartame, sucralose and stevia - may have negative effects on metabolism.
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  • Artificial Sweeteners Are Linked to Weight Gain-Not Weight Loss

    11 monthes ago - By Time

    Artificial sweeteners might seem like a low- or no-calorie way to enjoy sweet food and not gain weight. But a new study links them to the opposite.
    In the report, published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal , researchers analyzed 37 studies on artificial sweeteners to see if they were successful for weight management. The studies followed more than 400,000 people for about 10 years. Seven of the studies were randomized controlled trials, a type considered to be the gold standard in scientific research.
    Artificial sweeteners did not appear to help people lose weight. Instead...
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  • Artificial sweeteners: Weight loss friend or foe?

    11 monthes ago - By Medical News Today

    Millions of people routinely consume artificial sweeteners. New research shows that artificial sweeteners may increase the risk of weight gain and obesity.
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