Toronto, July 17. In their study, canadian researchers demonstrated that the effect of sweeteners on your health in the long term does not reduce the risk of obesity and of developing diabetes compared to sugar. Corresponding to the composite study based on 37 previously prepared research papers were published in the journal of the canadian medical Association.
the Research materials covered more than 400 thousand people, each of which is watched on average for about 10 years. As it turned out, the substitution of sugar by artificial sweeteners was associated with the risk of increase in body mass index, hypertension, diabetes and heart disease.
"Despite the fact that millions of people daily consume artificial sweeteners, relatively few of them were included in the clinical trials of these products, says Dr.
Ryan Zarychanski, assistant Professor at the University of Manitoba. We found that clinical trial data do not correspond to statements about the expected use of sugar substitutes for weight loss. Given the wide and growing distribution of artificial sweeteners and the current obesity epidemic and related diseases further research is needed to determine the long-term risks and benefits of these products".
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