Sweeteners in Your Diet

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Jul 2016
34th International Symposium on Diabetes and Nutrition, Prague: Worldwide renowned scientists agree that “there is high quality research in humans that consistently affirms the useful role of low calorie sweeten...
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Does low calorie sweetener consumption affect energy intake and body weight?

Prof Peter Rogers takes us through the results of his review published in the International Journal of Obesity in November 2015. The review looked at the effect of low calorie sweeteners’ exposure on calorie intake and body weight. The results indicate that the use of low calorie sweetened beverages leads to reduced energy intake and body weight, and possibly also when compared with water.