Reshaping the gut microbiota: Impact of low calorie sweeteners and the link to insulin resistance?

@article{Nettleton2016ReshapingTG,
  title={Reshaping the gut microbiota: Impact of low calorie sweeteners and the link to insulin resistance?},
  author={J. Nettleton and R. Reimer and J. Shearer},
  journal={Physiology \& Behavior},
  year={2016},
  volume={164},
  pages={488-493}
}
Disruption in the gut microbiota is now recognized as an active contributor towards the development of obesity and insulin resistance. This review considers one class of dietary additives known to influence the gut microbiota that may predispose susceptible individuals to insulin resistance - the regular, long-term consumption of low-dose, low calorie sweeteners. While the data are controversial, mounting evidence suggests that low calorie sweeteners should not be dismissed as inert in the gut… Expand
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