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Are Artificial Sweeteners Really the Answer?

Published March 17, 2018

It’s no secret that as you grow older, weight loss becomes increasingly difficult. Diets, exercise—nothing seems to budge those stubborn pounds. To further complicate matters, you may have picked up a strong addiction to sugar along the way, producing almost impossible to ignore cravings for ice cream, cakes and pies, pastries, candy, soda, and other sweet bottled drinks―even fruit. Yes, even though the sugar in fruit is natural and fruit has many health benefits, it can still spike your blood sugar and pack on the pounds. Artificial sweeteners may seem to be an easy answer, but don’t let the advertising hype fool you. They can still do some nasty things to your body, especially when you consider the often unhealthy foods they are usually added to. And just like sugar, they can fuel your cravings for sweets and lead to more problems with weight and overall health over time. Read more…

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