Artificial Sweeteners Don't Help With Weight Loss Health

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Artificial Sweeteners Don't Help With Weight Loss Health
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The available evidence suggests that sweeteners may help with weight loss if they are carefully used as a one-to-one replacement for sugar-sweetened drinks or foods as part of a structured weight-loss program, says Allison Sylvetsky Meni , an assistant professor in the department of exercise and nutrition sciences at George Washington University's Milken Institute School of Public Health. But that's not how they're typically used, she says. Sylvetsky Meni wasn't involved in this study, but was an author of the study on the prevalence of sweetener use.

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