Rapid Review Quiz: Artificial Sweeteners

Romesh Khardori, MD, PhD


November 14, 2022

A randomized, controlled, parallel-group study revealed that an NCS-containing diet is associated with increased FGDs, including burning or retrosternal pain, constipation, diarrhea, and postprandial discomfort. The researchers cited an NCS-free diet as a way to decrease FGDs, including abdominal pain, burning or retrosternal pain, early satiety, epigastric pain, and postprandial discomfort.

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This Rapid Review Quiz was excerpted and adapted from the Medscape articles Sugary Drinks Linked to Obesity-Related Cancer Deaths, Pancreatic Cancer, Artificial Sweeteners Linked to Higher CV Event Risk, Cardiovascular Disease Primary Prevention/Lifestyle Guidelines, Are Artificial Sweeteners Really Harmless?, Fecal Transplantation Clinical Practice Guidelines (2018), Sugary Drinks, Rather Than Artificially Sweetened Beverages or Juices, Show Link to IBD, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and Gastroparesis Clinical Practice Guidelines (ACG, 2022).

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