Research On Sweeteners and Diet Soda
There have been a lot of debates on safety in the use of artificial sweeteners. A common concern of artificial sweeteners is that it might actually lead to certain types of cancer. Studies done in the 1970s has shown that saccharin, a type of artificial sweetener, is linked to bladder cancer. However, saccharin has been considered safe later on. The US FDA has considered sweeteners as nontoxic. Furthermore, they have also regulated the use of the artificial sweeteners as food additives. They have recognized artificial sweeteners as being safe to be used and sold. Moreover, FDA has also approved saccharin, which is commonly found on diet sodas.
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) has included diet soda on the list of drinks considered to be safe for diabetes. Furthermore, ADA also recommended diet soda as being a better alternative to the non-diet variety of sodas.