Despite having no or very little energy content, there is a concern that ASBs (Artificially-sweetened beverages) might trigger compensatory food intake by stimulating sweet taste receptors. This, together with the consumers' awareness of the low-calorie content of ASBs , may result in overconsumption of other foods, thus contributing to obesity, type 2 diabetes and other obesity-related health problems...

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