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Whether or not nonnutritive sweeteners have an impact on calorie intake and body weight has been debated for many years.
 
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Whether you call them sugar substitutes, non-nutritive sweeteners or high-intensity sweeteners, you?re looking at substances that impart a sweet taste to foods and beverages. They do this either without calories or with only a few calories, and they have little to no impact on blood glucose levels.
 

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Sugar is a popular part of many typical American foods. Unfortunately, it does not contribute many vital nutrients and is chock-full of calories. In fact, one of the key health recommendations from the Dietary Guidelines for Americans is that people should significantly reduce the number of calories they consume from added sugars. Over the years, ... Sweetener Guide
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Many people use sugar substitutes to reduce their empty calorie intake and improve their health. But do these products actually live up to their hype? Are Sugar Substitutes Safe? Generally, yes. There are a few “howevers,” but, in general, sugar substitutes are safe to eat. All sugar substitutes are regulated and evaluated by the Food ... Sugar Substitutes