Artificial sweeteners and perceived obesity and diabetes
MetadataShow full item record
Artificial sweeteners have been increasingly incorporated into our diets. Contrary to what is believed to alleviate the obesity and diabetes epidemic seen today, artificial sweeteners have shown to induce the very problem it was meant to repress. Studies found that the consumption of artificial sweeteners ultimately lead to an increased risk of weight gain and diabetes. Exposure has shown to induce problems ranging from dysbiosis, inflammation, overconsumption, metabolic derangements, and much more that highly suggests the counterintuitive effects of artificial sweeteners.