No link is found between sucralose and insulin resistance

01/9/2012 | FoodNavigator

Artificial sweetener sucralose does not cause blood sugar to rise or the body to develop a resistance to insulin, researchers said. Obesity is increasing even as more people eat artificial sweeteners, prompting some to wonder whether they somehow contribute to weight gain. However, researchers wrote that "sucralose may be a relatively inert option when used to increase palatability or lower the energy density of foods."

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