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Edulcorants: entre mythe et réalité [Sweeteners: between myth and reality]
Revue Médicale Suisse
As the prevalence of obesity and diabetes are continually increasing, the use of "false sugars" otherwise known as sweeteners, and their associated health issues are being more and more discussed. A higher sugared power, less calories as well as a moderated or non-existent effect on blood sugar would lead to believe that sweeteners are helpful. However, we CANNOT say that they are THE solution as they can contain calories, may have some undesired effects, and moreover they ease the conscience without actually allowing a weight loss with their sole use. They are to be used with judgment, wittingly and especially when comparing sweetened products. The sweetener myth is often far from reality. It is therefore important to give our patients the means to analyze their dietary intake with regard to their sweeteners ingestion.
Adult, Age Factors, Child, Child, Preschool, Diabetes Mellitus/diet therapy, Diarrhea/chemically induced, Energy Intake, Female, Humans, Obesity/diet therapy, Overweight, Pregnancy, Sweetening Agents/administration & dosage, Sweetening Agents/adverse effects, Time Factors, Weight Loss
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