The Facts About Natural Sugar Substitutes

Low- and no-calorie sweeteners derived from plants are growing in popularity. Are they good choices?

Nutrition research is rarely unequivocal, but experts are in agreement on at least one fact: added sugars are bad for our health. Sugar substitutes are used by food manufacturers to try to satisfy our desire for sweets without cavities, calories, and blood-sugar impact. The most recent entries into the “sugar-free” scene are low calorie and […]
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