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A study published in the Journal of Food Science indicates that people who use low-calorie, sugar-free foods and beverages have better quality diets. This Health and Home Report segment includes...
The findings from a study on sucralose and its potential effects on a small number of obese people who do not regularly use sucralose did not show that sucralose abnormally affects blood sugar or...
The article "Effects of Fructose vs. Glucose on Regional Cerebral Blood Flow in Brain Regions Involved With Appetite and Reward Pathways"1 is of very little practical value. This study...
 ATLANTA (April 20, 2012) – Despite some media reports to the contrary, as well as the press release from The Cleveland Clinic, the findings presented in the study “Soda consumption...
ATLANTA (March 2, 2005) – New research published in the Journal of Food Science indicates that people who use low-calorie, sugar-free foods and beverages have better quality diets. Researchers...
ATLANTA (April 4, 2006) – A new epidemiology study from the National Cancer Institute confirms previous study conclusions that there is no link between aspartame consumption and leukemias,...
ATLANTA (June 27, 2007) – A new review of research shows low-calorie sweeteners may be one piece of the puzzle in helping solve the obesity problem.  Although not magic bullets, low-...
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