Sucralose is a popular non-caloric artificial sweetener thought to be safe. In a small, early study, researchers have shown its use may predispose people to metabolic syndrome. Dr. S. Sen, a senior study author, said, “The only part that’s not there is the calories—it’s not adding the calories, but it’s doing everything else that glucose does.” A larger study is now underway to assess other types of artificial sweeteners.
LifeTip: Choose to enjoy less intensely sweet foods by lowering your intake of sweetened and artificially-sweetened foods. Attend “Reverse Diabetes Naturally” with Dr. David DeRose for more recommendations.
Adapted from PositiveChoices.com