This common “sugar” causes men blood sugar problems

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This common “sugar” causes men blood sugar problems

Many people are wondering what caused the explosion in blood sugar problems in the last few decades.

Some people claimed that artificial sweeteners are to blame. There are lots of animal studies supporting this theory.

But critics point out that animals are different from humans and those studies used huge amounts of artificial sweeteners.

Recently, scientists looked into the effect of one of these artificial sweeteners in humans and at realistic doses.

The results are very bad news for sucralose.

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This human trial was carried out at the Unidad de Investigación en Enfermedades Metabólicas, Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Médicas y Nutrición Salvador Zubirán in Mexico City.

The results were published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

Sucralose is an artificial sweetener synthesised from natural sugar.

It was discovered in 1976 and has been in the food supply since 1991.

Like many artificial sweeteners, sucralose entered the food supply without rigorous safety testing.

Only now is science beginning to properly investigate the health effects of these artificial sweeteners.

“Recently, the absence of metabolic effects from nonnutritive sweeteners has been questioned.”

The study looked at the effects of short-term sucralose on blood sugar metabolism.

“The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of sucralose consumption on glucose metabolism variables.”

The researchers recruited a total of 66 healthy participants. They were randomly divided into two groups of 33 people.

“We performed a randomized controlled trial involving healthy subjects with a low habitual consumption of artificial sweeteners.”

One group was instructed to take sucralose for two weeks.

The dose of sucralose was quite low, well within the range consumed by many people.

“The intervention consisted of sucralose consumption as 15% of Acceptable Daily Intake every day for 14 days using commercial sachets.”

The researchers looked at glucose metabolism before and after the study.

They compared the results of the two groups.

“Insulin sensitivity, acute insulin response to glucose, and glucose effectiveness were evaluated  before and after the intervention period.”

Sucralose significantly decreased insulin sensitivity on average.

“Individuals assigned to sucralose consumption showed a significant decrease in insulin sensitivity with a median  percentage change of −17%.”

Some people were much more sensitive to sucralose than others. 

The effect of sucralose on insulin sensitivity ranged from -1% to -29%.

There were also negative changes in insulin response to glucose from sucralose.

“Increased acute insulin response to glucose was observed in the sucralose group.”

Decades after it was released for public consumption, we find out that sucralose can have negative effects on glucose metabolism.

“Sucralose may have effects on glucose metabolism, and our study complements findings previously reported in other trials.”

The researchers recommend further research into the topic.

“Further studies are needed to confirm the decrease in insulin sensitivity and to explore the mechanisms for these metabolic alterations.”

Sucralose is much sweeter than natural sugar.

So the amount found in food and supplement products may seem quite low.

The amount used in this study depended on body weight and was within the 100 to 300mg per day range.

In the past, sucralose was in many diet colas.

These products now often use other artificial sweeteners.

Sucralose is still quite common in diet sodas, flavored tea and water drinks, chewing gum, candy, and many health supplements.

The artificial sweetener Splenda contains sucralose.

Most of the artificial sweeteners that have undergone any type of testing have shown themselves to be problematic.

They often affect blood sugar and change gut bacteria for the worse.

Sucralose is still considered safe by most official health authorities across the globe.

But the research shows it could be a major problem for some people…

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Sucralose decreases insulin sensitivity in healthy subjects: a randomized controlled trial