According to a new study, consuming artificial sweeteners could do more harm than good as they may make you feel hungry and actually eat more.
Doctors say that consumption of artificially sweetened sodas and aerated drinks are leading to infertility in humans because of the presence of an artificial sweetener, aspartame.
The study assessed how artificial sweeteners affected the brain in altering taste perceptions and regulating appetite for food.
Diet foods and artificial sweeteners may trigger weight gain and increase the risk of diabetes, as their sweet taste fools the body's metabolism, says study.
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According to a study, the researchers found that both sugar and artificially sweetened beverage consumption has been linked to cardio-metabolic risk factors.
A new American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) policy statement sheds light on how these non-nutritive sweeteners may affect children's weight, taste preferences, the risk for diabetes, and long-term safety.
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PepsiCo hopes to boost up their sales with their all-new aspartame-free Diet Pepsi. The revamped product will soon be available in the markets globally.