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Study: Artificial sweeteners may affect glucose, gut bacteria

SmartBrief for Nutritionists | Sep 18, 2014

A study of the artificial sweeteners saccharin, sucralose and aspartame says they may raise the risk of glucose intolerance, which can lead to diabetes, researchers reported in the journal Nature. While part of the study was done with mice, researchers also looked at gut bacteria from about 400 people and found those who used the artificial sweeteners had a different microbial makeup than those who did not. Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The (09/17)


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