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Findings There is a strong link between the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB), obesity, and Type 2 diabetes, recognized by multiple studies, for example this survey (1). This article (2) compares the consumption of SSBs with that of artificially sweetened beverages, and finds SSBs significantly worse. The study, however, is only a 10-week ...


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Yes, there indeed a phobia for the irrational fear in which you are describing. It is called Chemophobia, and it is described as Chemophobia is specifically a distrust of what people view as "artificial" chemicals – food additives, drugs, pesticides and so on. This is usually attributed to a lack of trust and knowledge among the public, which is ...


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About Stevia : I don't know for sure what this product is so I will assume it is just Stevia rebaudiana extract. There has been a huge controversy over the safety of the product, but serious studies (WHO - Safety Evaluation of Certain Food Additives: Steviol Glycosides) tend to prove there's no significant effect on health (not a mutagen) in "consumption" ...


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