DiabetesHealth – Study Found Blood Sugar Levels Not Affected by Sucralose-sweetened Desserts

As part of the study, conducted at the Diabetes Center of the General Hospital of Nikaea in Athens, Greece, researchers served desserts after meals to 70 study participants with type 2 diabetes, and found that those containing sucralose and soluble fiber did not elevate after-meal levels of glucose, insulin or C-peptide, an amino acid associated with insulin compared to those who ate no dessert.

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