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You may think that sweeteners can help you eliminate sugar and help you lose weight. However, the artificial sweetener called aspartame prevents weight loss.Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital have shown that the metabolite of aspartame, phenylalanine, inhibits intestinal alkaline phosphatase (IAP), an enzyme that prevents metabolic syndrome (type 2 diabetes).
This sweetener is blocking weight lossEgйrmodellen kimutattбk to mice kept in the same йtrenden kцzьl, those that were given instead of pure aszpartбmot ivуvizьkben vнz, taking up tцbb sъlyt йs produkбltбk metabolic szindrуma each tьneteit.A kutatуk osztottбk 4 groups of mice were followed for 18 hйten бt kцvettйk хket. The first two groups were on a normal diet, one drinking plain water beside the meals and the other drinking aspartame-enriched water. The other two groups received high-fat foods and were given plain water and aspartame-enriched water. At the end of the experiment, among the mice receiving high-fat foods, the aspartame group it proved to be heavierthan plain water. Aspartame-consuming mice, regardless of diet, have been shown to have higher blood sugar levels, indicating glucose intolerance. Also, higher levels of inflammatory white blood, TNF-alpha, were measured in the blood of mice receiving artificial sweeteners, indicating systemic inflammation associated with metabolic syndrome. Their results are reported in Applied Physiology, Nutr. You may also be interested in:
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