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    People ate 11% more fat while substituting artificial sweeteners for sugar


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    Tuesday, July 06, 2010 7:33 am Email this article
    People ate 11% more fat while substituting artificial sweeteners for sugar according to one study.

    Another study concluded that the use of artificial sweeteners can be expected to increase fat and protein intake, while decreasing carbohydrate intake.

    Researchers tend to agree that people consuming artificial sweeteners eat more later to make up for the calories they saved.

    REFERENCE

    Blundell JE, Green SM. Effect of sucrose and sweeteners on appetite and energy intake. International Journal of Obesity, Mar 1996, 20(Supplement 2):S12-S17.

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