We eat artificial sweeteners like sucralose to lose weight, but there’s plenty of evidence that these artificial sweeteners actually make you feel hungry. Now, we have some idea why.
As consumers across the country are embracing healthier foods, PepsiCo announced that it’s removing aspartame, the controversial artificial sweetener in its popular Diet Pepsi soft drink. The company says it is switching to a sucralose-based sweetener, better known as Splenda, an artificial sweetener the company believes is less controversial than aspartame and could help declining sales rebound.
Does MINUTE MAID Premium Fruit Punch contain the artificial sweetener sucralose? It seems impossible to know. As a member of the Feingold Program (also known as the Feingold Diet) I receive periodic [ … ]
A new, small-scale study found a correlation between artificial sweetener consumption and weight gain in rats.
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