Artificial sweeteners may increase risk of diabetes in two weeks, study claims
|Artificial sweeteners may increase risk of diabetes in two weeks, study claims||Darrell Miller||12/31/17|
December 31, 2017 11:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Artificial sweeteners may increase risk of diabetes in two weeks, study claims
A new study out of Australia has shown that in as little as two weeks, using no calorie sugar substitutes can actually increase your risk for type 2 diabetes. These sweeteners can actually increase your glucose tolerance, causing weight gain and high blood sugar levels in your system. This is a concern that affects both diabetics who use them to avoid ingesting sugar as well as those without diabetes who can become sick using them.
- Low-calorie sweeteners are safe and do not contribute to an eventual diagnosis of diabetes.
- Low-calorie sweeteners also do not harm people that have already been diagnosed with diabetes. There are no ill effects.
- Artificial sweeteners are contributing to weight gain and other negative body issues.
"Artificial sweeteners could potentially increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes (T2DM) in two weeks, says research that fuels ongoing debate over the sugar substitutes’ long-term health effects."
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