Artificial Sweeteners and Weight Gain
Although no calories, artificial sweeteners can make you gain weight. Prof. Dr. George Mencinicopschi explains the way the sweetener and how we can affect both silhouette and health.
Pay attention to the use of artificial sweetener. Prof. Dr. George Mencinicopschi, director of the Institute of Food Research does not recommend using the artificial sweetener aspartame (E951), acesulfame K (E 950), saccharin (E 952) and sucralose (E 955) as adverse effects, even causing obesity.
It seems that relied on artificial sweeteners people who follow a diet have expected the opposite effect, experts are warning that our bodies can not distinguish between these sugar substitutes.
Latest research point out that their use does not help you lose weight, but the term may have against the opposite effect. Artificial sweeteners are behaving in a way similar to sugar, by activating the sensors in the gut that are essential for the absorption of glucose. If a person wants to lose weight, do not believe that artificial sweeteners can be helpful.
I would recommend natural foods, but consumed in smaller quantities. Artificial sweeteners activate the sensor of glucose and increase the capacity of the intestine to absorb more sugar. So we better think twice before consuming diet drinks.
- E 950 Acesulfame-K, acesulfame potassium is an intense sweetener and flavor enhancer, artificial. Not recommended for frequent use;
- E 951 Aspartame is an intense sweetener and flavor enhancer, artificial. Not recommended for frequent use;
- E 952 cyclamic acid and calcium salts, cyclamate is an intense sweetener, artificial, no caloric value. Not recommended for frequent use;
- E 954 Sodium Saccharin and salts, potassium, calcium is an intense sweetener, artificial, no caloric value. Not recommended for frequent consumption.
What are fast sugars?
You can find hidden in almost all industrial foods: glucose, fructose, sucrose, honey and syrups industry. According to nutrition specialist, they are rapidly absorbed carbohydrates with high glycemic index (GI) induce rapid and massive production of insulin, hyperglycemia and insulin resistance, depleted pancreatic endocrine function (diabetes type 2) are converted to cholesterol , fat stored in adipose tissue, triggering the appearance of overweight, obesity and metabolic syndrome. Other adverse effects:
- Effect of constipation;
- Increased oxidative stress and free radicals;
- Accelerates tooth decay;
- Increase in blood cholesterol;
- Gain fat deposits.
What natural options do you have?
Although honey has a medium glycemic index, it is recommended to use it in small amounts to sweeten coffee or tea.
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