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    Default Low-Cal Sweeteners Combined With Carbs May Cause Metabolic Dysfunction

    Richard Haridy
    March 3 2020

    A small but compelling new study out of Yale University is suggesting low-calorie sweeteners can disrupt metabolic processes, but only when consumed with carbohydrates. The research presents a conclusion that aims to reconcile previously conflicting studies investigating links between low-calorie sweeteners and the development of metabolic disorders such as diabetes.
    Despite having a consistent presence in human diets for decades, low-calorie sweeteners are still the source of great debate in scientific literature. .

    Read more: https://newatlas.com/health-wellbein...c-dysfunction/

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    Default Re: Low-Cal Sweeteners Combined With Carbs May Cause Metabolic Dysfunction

    All of the sweeteners they discuss are chemical inventions design to trick or cheat our body into thinking it's consuming something that it's not. The only one that I consider safe and relatively "natural" is Stevia, because it's basically a plant extract with nothing added. Anyone who hasn't figured this out is just fooling themselves, in my opinion.
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