- Diet Coke, Fanta Zero, Sprite without sugar: The sugar-free drinks are considered unhealthy because of their sweetener
- One Study has the effect of Saccharin, Sucralose and Aspartame on the colon examined
- They found that gut bacteria from a certain amount Softdrinks penetrate the intestinal wall more easily
Are Sugar-Free Sodas Healthy? A research team from the British Anglia Ruskin University presented results of his study in the International Journal of Molecula Sciences before: It found that the most commonly used artificial sweeteners saccharin, sucralose and aspartame intestinal bacteria penetration into intestinal cells can cause.
Coca-Cola, Fanta, Sprite: Light soft drinks are unhealthy for the intestines
“There are many Concerns about consumption of artificial sweetenerswith some studies showing that sweeteners can affect the layer of bacteria that supports the gut, known as the gut microbiota,” explains study lead author Dr Havovi Chichger.