No-cal sweeteners may not affect blood glucose, insulin resistance

01/9/2012 | FoodNavigator

The use of zero-calorie sweeteners such as sucralose did not appear to increase blood glucose levels or elevate the risk of insulin resistance in patients, a small study in Nutrition Research revealed. Researchers studied eight normal-weight women who drank three different beverages and found no difference between sucralose and water intake regarding hunger and glucose response.

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