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Artificial sweeteners increase calorie intake
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Artifically-sweetened drinks may increase calorie intake and lead to weight gain according to a recent study.
People consuming an artificially-sweetened drink during exercise ate 160-190 more calories at lunch compared to when they drank just plain water or a sucrose-sweetened drink.
Appleton KM, King NA, Blundell JE. The effects of drinks containing artificial sweeteners or sucrose on food intake following exercise. International Journal of Obesity, May 1996, 20(Suppl 4):67 (abstract 06-162-WP1).
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