Articifials sweeteners might be associated to diabete and obesity
They are replacing the refine sugar; sweeteners are now omnipresent in our diet. They are considered good for your health because of their caloric benefits. But at what price?
Scientific studies on these artificial sweeteners are very rare and/or controversial…
What is a sweetener?
Gradually sweeteners have replaced sugar until it becomes present in all our food, from yogurt 0%, diet drinks, to chewing gum.
These natural or artificial products are therefore used alternative to white table sugar we know.
Are they dangerous for your health?
Widely acclaimed in recent years for their sweetness and low calories, sweeteners may actually be a factor of obesity and diabetes.
A study by Israeli scientists, published in the journal Nature, drives the development of glucose intolerance through a change in the intestinal flora. (experiment performed on laboratory mouse that ingested three different sweeteners aspartames, sucralose and saccharin).
This increasing rate of glucose could cause long-term effects of obesity and diabetes.
However scientists declare that the results of this study should be renewed to a human scale to know the precise impact of artificial sweeteners on human being.
We already mentioned on our blog, that our products are sugars-free!
These milk: are sugar-free but also unsweetened*.
These milks can be claimed as “sugars free” because they contain less than 0.5 g of total sugar per 100 ml or 100 g; and as “unsweetened” because they are free from any kind of ingredient used for their sweetening properties (According to regulation (EC) nº 1924/2006.)
However, they contain naturally occurring sugars up to 0.1 g per 100 ml or 100 g.