New Study: Artificial sweeteners may increase the risk of breast cancer, if you are also taking these products then be careful!
To avoid obesity, people have often started using an artificial sweetener instead of sugar. A new study found that consuming artificial sweeteners may increase the risk of breast cancer and obesity-related cancers.
Nowadays everyone wants to stay fit, but no one has time to work out and take the right diet on time. In such a situation, people stop consuming those things which increase obesity such as oily foods and sugary foods. But some people have so much craving for sweets that they cannot stop themselves and then artificial sweetener is needed. There are many different types of artificial sweeteners in the market these days, which are used in place of sugar to sweeten food and beverages. Although, you can avoid obesity by using them, how to avoid the side effects of eating them? In fact, a recent study found that using artificial sweeteners may increase the risk of breast and obesity-related cancers. This article is for those women who use artificial sweeteners instead of sugar to lose weight. Let’s know about this new study…
The analysis is done
In the study According to a study published in PLOS Medicine, data related to medical history, diet, and lifestyle habits of 102,865 adults were analyzed. During the study, cases of artificial sweetener intake and cancer were investigated in them. The results found that people who took artificial sweeteners in high amounts (more than 79 milligrams daily) were found to have a 13 percent higher risk of developing cancer.
risk of breast cancer:
According to scientists, taking artificial sweeteners such as aspartame and acesulfame-K may increase the risk of breast cancer and obesity-related cancers. According to research, taking aspartame can increase the risk of breast cancer by 22 percent.
it is safe to take inappropriate amounts,
the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) says that artificial sweeteners do not cause any harm to health if taken in appropriate amounts. At the same time, the researcher says that our research does not support the fact that you should consume artificial sweeteners as a safe alternative to sugar.
If you also want to use artificial sweetener as a substitute for your sugar, then you should first ask your doctor about it other hand, people suffering from diabetes also often use sugar-free tablets, they are also advised to use them only after asking the doctor.