No Evidence that Zero-Calorie Sweeteners Have Health Benefits or Improve Weight Loss
Growing concerns about health and quality of life have encouraged people to adapt healthy lifestyles and avoid the consumption of food rich in sugars, salt, or fat to prevent obesity and other non-communicable diseases. With increased consumer interest in reducing energy intake, food products containing nonsugar sweeteners (NSSs) rather than simple sugars have become increasingly popular.
However, scientific evidence for health effects due to the use of non-sugar sweeteners is
HealthDay reported that in a new study published in the British Medical Journal, researchers assessing the potential benefits of no-calorie sweeteners concluded there is “very weak evidence” the sugar alternatives may improve health or assist in weight loss.
Researchers said, “Most health outcomes did not seem to have differences between the non-sugar sweetener exposed and unexposed groups,” and the quantity of sugar alternatives used did not appear to impact study participants.
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