Why are people so afraid of sugar substitutes? After all, many experiments have been carried out and it has been repeatedly proven that they are absolutely harmless. Who benefits from spreading fairy tales about the dangers of sugar substitutes?

Why are people so afraid of sugar substitutes? After all, many experiments have been carried out and it has been repeatedly proven that they are absolutely harmless. Who benefits from spreading fairy tales about the dangers of sugar substitutes?

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answers (2)

Answer 1
February, 2021

Let's go for the opposite. If sweeteners, GMOs, palm trans fats are so good and healthy, why do all rich people, including the management of companies producing these products, do not eat them themselves, but eat organic products? ;)

The position of official science:

Scientists still do not know what happens in the body when the signal for presence in the mouth of sweet food, the expected portion of sugar does not go to the brain. There is a suspicion that the body in this case produces an excessive amount of insulin for the situation, which in the future can lead to weight gain. There is no scientific evidence for this suspicion yet, but the European Food Safety Agency notes that there is no evidence that stevia contributes to maintaining a healthy weight either.

Are you interested in being the guinea pig in this massive human experience? ;)

Answer 2
February, 2021

I haven’t heard about the dangers of sugar analogs, but I hate them.

And here's why: they spoil the taste. I don’t know how for everyone, but I will feel the taste of sweetening la in any soda, and the taste hers is disgusting.

And all my friends drink and they are fine, but I feel sick to vomit.

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