Natural sugars can be a healthy replacement in sweets without boosting diabetes risk, study finds


Natural sugars found in fruits like oranges and lemons can be a healthy replacement in sweets without boosting diabetes risk, study finds

  • University of Florida researchers looked at selectively bred citrus trees
  • They found eight sweeteners within the plants, seven being completely new
  • One, called Oxime V, was previously known from Japan but was man-made
  • Sweeteners are often deployed as a way to reduce sugar while retaining taste
  • But some scientists warn they may actually raise your…



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