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Novant Health expert says newest research is not definitive Charlotte, N.C.
Initial findings of a new study involving both mice and humans suggest that artificial sweeteners may be a risk factor for diabetes. They may also potentially contribute to the obesity epidemic.
The taste of common sugar substitutes is often described as being much more intense than sugar, but participants in a recent study indicated that these non-nutritive sugar substitutes are no sweeter than the real thing
Unlike many types of birds, hummingbirds not only have the ability to detect sweetness, they also have a craving for sugary substances, and now the authors of a new Science study have discovered the biological reason why these tiny flying creatures differ from their avian counterparts.
DALLAS, July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The report "Feed Palatability Enhancers & Modifiers Market by Type (Natural and Synthetic), by Livestock (Swine, Poultry, Cattle,
Advantame, the sixth high-intensity sweetener approved by the FDA, has been rated as safe for use as a general-purpose sweetener and flavor enhancer in food, except meat and poultry.
How food tastes can influence healthy habits by encouraging or discouraging us from eating certain foods, but can taste do more? According to two new studies published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, taste may play a role in our longevity as well.
CHICAGO, May 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Ajinomoto North America, Inc.
GIA announces the release of a comprehensive global report on Artificial Sweeteners market.
Cigarette smoking among obese women appears to interfere with their ability to taste fats and sweets.
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