Experts weigh pros and cons of low-calorie sweetened drinks


(Reuters Health) – Low-calorie sweetened beverages such as diet sodas that use aspartame or stevia may be a good replacement for full-sugar sodas and fruit juices, but researchers are still unsure about their long-term health effects, according to a new American Heart Association Science Advisory.

In the U.S., 32 percent of drinks consumed by adults and 19 percent of drinks consumed by kids in 2007-2010 contained low-calorie sweeteners, the AHA Nutrition Committee writes in the journal Circulation, July 30.

“We’ve been emphasizing the negative impact of sugar-sweetened beverages for…



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