Noncaloric Sweeteners Induce Peripheral Serotonin Secretion via the T1R3-Dependent Pathway in Human Gastric Parietal Tumor Cells (HGT-1).

The role of sweet taste in energy intake and satiety regulation is still controversial. Noncaloric artificial sweeteners (NCSs) are thought to help reduce energy intake, although little is known about their impact on the satiating neurotransmitter serotonin (5-HT). In the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, 5-HT regulates gastric acid secretion and gastric… CONTINUE READING