Are artificial sweeteners really better than sugar?


The intense sweetness of artificial sweeteners might lead to an adjustment in our tastebuds to desire even sweeter foods. — AFP

Artificial sweeteners are sugar substitutes that are used to provide sweetness to food and beverages without adding significant calories.

They are chemically synthesised or derived from natural sources.

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