2014年09月19日 01時10分 JST

人工甘味料で糖尿病リスクが上昇 イスラエルの研究チームが発表


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SAN RAFAEL, CA - APRIL 9: Packages of Equal and Splenda artificial sweeteners are displayed at a coffee shop April 9, 2007 in San Rafael, California. Merisant, the maker of Equal filed a lawsuit today against McNeil Nutritionals, the maker of Splenda, citing that Splenda's advertising is misleading consumers to believe that the sweetener is all natural and made from sugar. McNeil Nutritionals claims that Splenda does originate from sugar. (Photo illustration by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)




(NHKニュース「人工甘味料 “血糖値下がりにくい”」より 2014/09/18 10:35)



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