Does sugar-free gum have benefits? Does sugar-free gum have benefits?

Does sugar-free gum have benefits?

Does sugar-free gum have benefits?

A study published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association found a link between sugar-free gum and a better diet.
The Tufts University team relied on data from the US National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), an important tool used by the Centers for Disease Control to better understand the health conditions and nutritional status of Americans.

The researchers discovered that chewing sugar-free gum was associated with a better diet that closely adhered to national dietary guidelines.

Specifically, chewing sugar-free gum is associated with reduced added sugar intake, reduced snacking, and boosts metabolism.

It has been shown that chewing gum before eating reduces the consumption of high-calorie meals and improves the individual’s overall diet.

Chewing sugar-free gum helps build healthier lifestyle habits.

It is worth noting that several previous studies found that chewing sugar-free gum protects tooth enamel and significantly reduces tooth decay. This is important because oral disease is associated with a number of serious chronic conditions, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and obesity.

More research is needed to better understand the exact impact of sugar-free gum on our health. 

26 Comments

  1. Being a dentist myself I will recommend not to get addicted of gums

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  2. A notable discovery.

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  4. I will recommend not to get addicted of gums

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  5. This gums are addictive

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  6. This is a good discovery.chewing sugar-free gum is associated with reduced added sugar intake, reduced snacking, and boosts metabolism.

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  7. FRANKIE MARCUS PETER17 April 2024 at 16:55

    it is good for our health.

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  8. Joycee Hangshing17 April 2024 at 21:35

    promotes healthy teeth and prevents enamel erosion by supplying minerals to your teeth. With stronger enamel, your teeth have a better chance against cavities.

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