Low-cal sweeteners may cut diabetes risk

06/12/2013 | Drug Store News

Using low-calorie sweeteners in place of sugar may help reduce increases in blood glucose levels and help prevent and manage type 2 diabetes, according to a study in the journal U.S. Endocrinology. Researchers said artificial sweeteners may also aid in weight control, as they do not pose negative effects on insulin and hormone levels.

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