A new study has linked erythritol, a popular artificial sweetener, to greater risk of blood clots that could lead to heart attacks or strokes. Erythritol is used in sugar substitutes, zero-calorie processed foods, condiments and even oral care products. Dr. Stanley Hazen, one of the study’s authors at Cleveland Clinic, joins John Yang to discuss the findings.
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