Many people are concerned about previous studies which have suggested that although artificially sweetened beverages or diet soda contain no calories, they may increase one’s appetite or one’s desire for sweet foods, which can result in weight gain. Some have also suggested that these effects can increase one’s risk for diabetes. Vasanti Malik, a nutrition researcher from the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston says that artificial sweeteners are a many times sweeter than regular sugar, which can lead to these worrisome fears. New findings, however, may ease these worries, as researchers led by Carmen Piernas, from the University […]Continue reading Diet Soda Does not Increase Appetite
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