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Artificially sweetened versus regular mixers increase gastric emptying and alcohol absorption.



Key Questions Addressed
1 What are the association between low-calorie sweeteners and health?
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Primary Publication Information
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Title Artificially sweetened versus regular mixers increase gastric emptying and alcohol absorption.
Author Wu KL, Chaikomin R, Doran S, Jones KL, Horowitz M, Rayner CK.
Country Department of Medicine, University of Adelaide, Royal Adelaide Hospital, South Australia, Australia.
Year 2006
Numbers Pubmed ID: 16945619

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Extraction Form: LCS-RCT
Design Details
Question... Follow Up Answer Follow-up Answer
Population Adults
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Intervention/Exposure Aspartame, acesulphame potassium
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Comparator Sucrose
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LCS vs sugar/ or others 1
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Outcomes maximum antral area; time of gastric emptying
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Study Design RCT-c
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Country/Region AU
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Age (mean or range) 24.9
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Age 24.9
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% Male 1
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BMI 23.4
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Intervention Form Beverage
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Sample size 8
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Number analyzed (intervention) 8
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Number analyzed (control) 8
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Baseline health healthy
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Baseline health (coded) Healthy
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Duration <1day
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Duration (coded) <1 day
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brain 0
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glycaemia 0
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appetite 0
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dietary 0
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bodyweight 0
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Primary (Most important outcome) glycaemia
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Hypotheses/Aim(s) of Study
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Funding source NR
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