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Does Consuming Sugar and Artificial Sweeteners Change Taste Preferences?
Perm J 2015; 19(3):81-4PJ

Abstract

Americans consume 22.3 teaspoons of added caloric sweeteners a day. Sweeteners range from 180 to 13,000 times sweeter than sugar. In summer 2014, 20 people from Kaiser Permanente California facilities cut out all added sugars and artificial sweeteners for 2 weeks: 95% of participants found that sweet foods and drinks tasted sweeter or too sweet, 75% found that other foods tasted sweeter, and 95% said moving forward they would use less or even no sugar. Additionally, 86.6% of participants stopped craving sugar after 6 days.

Authors+Show Affiliations

Senior Consultant for Regional Health Education for the Southern California Permanente Medical Group. carole.a.bartolotto@kp.org.

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

26176574

Citation

Bartolotto, Carole. "Does Consuming Sugar and Artificial Sweeteners Change Taste Preferences?" The Permanente Journal, vol. 19, no. 3, 2015, pp. 81-4.
Bartolotto C. Does Consuming Sugar and Artificial Sweeteners Change Taste Preferences? Perm J. 2015;19(3):81-4.
Bartolotto, C. (2015). Does Consuming Sugar and Artificial Sweeteners Change Taste Preferences? The Permanente Journal, 19(3), pp. 81-4. doi:10.7812/TPP/14-229.
Bartolotto C. Does Consuming Sugar and Artificial Sweeteners Change Taste Preferences. Perm J. 2015;19(3):81-4. PubMed PMID: 26176574.
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