Scientists Look for Sweet Substitute for Sugar

May 02, 2017 03:01 AM
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People who drink sugary sodas are more likely to die of a heart attack, develop diabetes, and contract gout. And health researchers say avoiding soda is a simple way to reduce the rates of obesity. That's why some new technology that could mimic the taste of sugary drinks without the sugar could be a big deal. As Kevin Enochs reports, the technology is being developed in Singapore.