Safe sugar substitutes do not exist

Human Nutrition Research Center Experts in Grand Forks presented the results of a new study, according to which today in the world there is not only useful, but also a safe substitute regular sugar.

A team of scientists led by Dr. Susan Ratz conducted a series of experiments in which participated fully healthy people and patients with glucose intolerance.

For a long time the volunteers consumed 50 grams per day of various sweeteners such as honey, white cane sugar or glucose-fructose syrup (HFCS).

At the end of the experiment, doctors concluded that the blood of all participants at the end of the experiment revealed elevated triglycerides, as well as increased risk of cardiovascular disease markers.