Body IO® FM #35 | Are artificial sweeteners really that bad?

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Are artificial sweeteners really that bad?
Today on Body IO FM, Rocky and I go in depth on the trending topic of artificial sweeteners. We discuss the effects, common misconceptions, and what the research actually reveals. We also answer the question of when to consume these sweeteners while on Carb Nite® and Carb Backloading™.
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A. Diverse signaling systems activated by the sweet taste receptor in human GLP-1-secreting cells.
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B. Nonnutritive sweeteners are not supernormal stimuli.
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C. Response to comment on Pepino et al. Sucralose affects glycemic and hormonal responses to an oral glucose load.
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D. Comment on Pepino et al. Sucralose affects glycemic and hormonal responses to an oral glucose load.
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E. Sweet Taste-Sensing Receptors Expressed in Pancreatic β-Cells: Sweet Molecules Act as Biased Agonists.
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F. Oxidation of artificial sweetener sucralose by advanced oxidation processes: a review.
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G. Hypothalamic melanin concentrating hormone neurons communicate the nutrient value of sugar.
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H. Metabolic effects of sucralose on environmental bacteria.
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I. Glucose promotes its own metabolism by acting on the cell-surface glucose-sensing receptor T1R3.
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J. Differential bacteriostatic effects of sucralose on various species of environmental bacteria.
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K. Dessert formulation using sucralose and dextrin affects favorably postprandial response to glucose, insulin, and C-peptide in type 2 diabetic patients.
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L. The in vitro effects of artificial and natural sweeteners on the immune system using whole blood culture assays.
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M. Ecotoxicity of artificial sweeteners and stevioside.
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N. Multimodal function of the sweet taste receptor expressed in pancreatic β-cells: generation of diverse patterns of intracellular signals by sweet agonists.
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O. Artificial sweeteners produce the counterintuitive effect of inducing metabolic derangements.
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P. Effects of pre-exercise sucralose ingestion on carbohydrate oxidation during exercise.
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Q. Sucralose.
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R. Sucralose affects glycemic and hormonal responses to an oral glucose load.
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S. Gain weight by “going diet?” Artificial sweeteners and the neurobiology of sugar cravings: Neuroscience 2010.
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T. An overview of the safety of sucralose.
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U. Artificial sweeteners–do they bear a carcinogenic risk?
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John Kiefer

JOHN KIEFER

Physicist turned nutrition and performance scientist. Currently considered one of the industry’s leading experts on human metabolism.

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