Russian nutritionist Kristina Plotnikova spoke about the dangers of using sugar substitutes.
In a press interview she gave to the Russian electronic portal Linta.ru, she said: “Recently, there has been a tendency to give up sugar, so many people have begun to give preference to sugar substitutes. But everyone should understand that they can cause serious and various diseases, starting with systemic disorders.” of the gastrointestinal tract and heart attacks.
Nutritionist Tamara Sinko talked about the harm that sugar-free soft drinks can do to the health of consumers. She said sugar-free drinks could be more harmful than sweetened ones. The constant use of such drinks can destroy the intestinal environment.
While nutritionist Yelena Solomatina pointed out some of the benefits of sugar-free drinks, she said, “When consumed in limited amounts, it can lower blood pressure a bit. It can sometimes help high blood pressure patients during their high blood pressure.”
Source: Komsomolskaya Pravda