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The sugar scare is old news – hands up if you replaced your mid afternoon handful of Haribo with a whack of nut butter on an oat cake aeons ago? But in the dash by manufacturers to cut the white stuff from our food and drinks, plenty of alternatives have come into the mix, from the artificial aspartame to the naturally derived stevia. Bad news is, a major new review of ‘non-sugar sweeteners,’ or NSSs, has found that they may not help people to lose weight – and that there is not enough evidence of their safety. The analysis, carried out by medical research not-for-profit Cochrane and published in the British Medical Journal, reviewed 56 studies on the harms and benefits of NSSs in generally healthy adults and children. The upshot? While some experts believe that sweeteners may have a role to play in slashing sugar, a better path is probably to try and avoid both the OG sweet stuff – and replacements for it. Yep, including stevia.