Fruits found in sweetness can be a healthy alternative to sugar, research
Florida: According to scientists, eight new types of sugar have been discovered in the fruits that can be used to use less sugar in food and drinks. At the same time, scientists have claimed that it can reduce the risk of diabetes.
The researchers at the University of Florida said that these compounds were discovered after experiments on grains, malts and nausea, of which seven are completely new. The eighth type of discovered, which is used in Japan, was previously known as Scientific.
Food scientist, head of the research, said in a research article that these types of discovered are an additional opportunity to lower the level of sweetness in beverages.
The sweet taste of artificial sweeteners is also used as a method of reducing sugar and calories, which can also be used to lose weight.
But some scientists have warned of the use of artificial sweeteners that it potentially increases the risk of obesity, diabetes and heart attacks.
Experts in research published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry say the result of research offers new types of sweetness. The use of sugar for Americans can be extremely deadly, and sometimes major health problems, including obesity and type 2 diabetes.