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Diet soda sweetener may cause weight gain
 

Diet soda sweetener may cause weight gain

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A new study may have found the reason why the sugar substitute aspartame does not help with weight loss, and may even cause weight gain.
 
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26 Nov 2016 - General
 
I hope more studies like this are done to make sure that diabetics do not have a false sense of security with aspartame use. Regular aspartame intake has been previously discussed due to its potential to cause type 2 diabetes for healthy individuals. Now, a new study is showing that aspartame may cause weight gain with regular intake. The new studies defeat the main purpose of diet soda which is to stay slim without compromising the soda habit. Until we find certain resolution about the possible...
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Aspartame is a common sweetener that is used in place of sugar in different food items and beverages like diet soda. Such foods and beverages are very common among people who want to lose weight, therefore, they avoid the use of sugar but a recent research has indicated that these sweeteners are ineffective in losing weight because they have opposite effect i.e. weight gain. The result of this research has shown that even acceptable daily intakes of aspartame will make you hungry and more eating...
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