Researchers: Non-nutritive sweeteners can aid in weight control

12/5/2012 | FoodNavigator

Non-nutritive artificial sweeteners in functional foods and beverages can help in weight management and diabetes prevention, University of Copenhagen researchers reported in the journal Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition & Metabolic Care. Results of an animal study, released last week, suggest that the sweeteners could be linked to weight gain, but researchers said most intervention studies have shown they do not stimulate hunger compared with sucrose.

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