According to the World Health Organization’s official website on the 14th, the International Cancer Research Institute, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Food and Agricultural Organization (Food and Agriculture Organization) Food Additives Joint Expert Committee (hereinafter referred to as the Joint Expert Committee) released the sweet sugar -free sweetness on the 14thThe assessment report of taste Asta sweet on health.
The "limited evidence" of the International Cancer Research Institution cited the carcinogenicity of human carcinogenicity, and attributed Asba to the list that may be carcinogenic (Group 2B of the International Cancer Research Institute).40 mg of weight per kilogram.
Asba is a kind of artificial (chemical) sweetener. Since the 1980s, it has been widely used in various foods and beverage products, including dairy products such as weight loss beverages, gum, brilliant, ice cream, yogurt, breakfast oatmeal, toothpaste, toothpaste, toothpaste, toothpaste, toothpaste, toothpaste, toothpaste, toothpaste, toothpaste, toothpaste, toothpasteAnd cough potion and vitamin chew tablets and other drugs.
"Cancer is one of the main causes of death in the world. Each of each of them died of cancer every 6 people. It is constantly expanding scientific exploration to evaluate the possible cause of cancer to induce or promote factors, so as to reduce the number of diseases and human death." WHODr. FranceSco Branca, director of the Department of Nutrition and Food Safety."The assessment of Asba Tian shows that although safety is not the main problem in terms of common amounts, it has described the potential impact and needs to be investigated through more and better research."
The review of the two institutions is both independent and complementary, with the purpose of evaluating potential carcinogenic hazards and other health risks related to the consumption of Asba.This is the first time the International Cancer Research Agency has evaluated Asba Tian, and it is also the third evaluation of the joint expert committee.
After reviewing the existing scientific documents, both aspects have pointed out that there are limitations of existing evidence in cancer (and other health influences).
According to limited evidence of human cancer (especially liver cancer (especially liver cell carcinoma), international cancer research institutions classify Asba sweetly as possible to human cancer (group 2B).Carcinogenic evidence found in experimental animals is also limited, and evidence related to possible mechanisms that cause cancer.
The joint expert committee concluded that the assessment of the data shows that there is no enough reason to change the daily permitted intake of Asba sweetly 0-40 mg per kilogram of weight 0-40 mg.Therefore, the committee reiterates that people can rest assured to eat within this daily limited edition.For example, assuming that there are no other food intake, a can contains 200 or 300 mg of Astba’s sweet weight loss soft drink. A 70 kg of adults drink more than 9-14 cans per day before the daily allowable intake can be exceededEssence
The hazard confirmation of the international cancer research institution is to understand the first basic step of the carcinogenicity by confirming the specific characteristics of a substance and the possibility of the harm (that is, cancer).The classification of international cancer research institutions reflects whether certain substances can cause the intensity of scientific evidence of human cancer, but they are not reflected in the risk of cancer at a specific level of exposure.The hazard evaluation of the International Cancer Research Institutions takes into account all types of exposure (such as diet exposure and career exposure).Evidence intensity category group 2B is the third level of the highest level 4 level, and is usually used for limited but unconvinced human cancer evidence status or convincing experimental animal cancer evidence, but it cannot be used at the same time for it for at the same time for it for at the same time for it for at the same time.Two cases.
"The evidence of human and animal carcinogenicity is limited, and the mechanism evidence of how carcinoma occurs is limited. This discovery emphasizes that more research is needed to improve whether our consumption of Asba’s sweetness constitutes carcinogenic hazards," from international cancerDr. Mary Schubauer-Berigan, the research institution monograph.
The risk assessment made by the joint expert committee determines the possibility of a specific type of damage (that is, cancer) under specific conditions and exposure levels.It is not uncommon to classify the classification of international cancer research institutions into its review.
"The joint expert committee also considers the evidence of cancer risk in animal and human research, and concluded that the evidence of eating Asba sweet and human cancer is not convincing," the WHO food and nutritional nutritionDr. Moez Sanaa, Director of Standards and Scientific Suggestions, said."We need to conduct better research, conduct longer follow -up in the existing queue and repeated dietary questionnaire surveys. We need to conduct random control tests, including research on mechanism -related channels related to insulin regulation, metabolic syndrome and diabetes., Especially research related to carcinogenicity. "
The assessment of the sweet influence of the International Cancer Research Agency and the Joint Expert Committee is based on scientific data collected from a series of sources, including peer evaluation papers, government reports, and research on the purpose of regulatory purpose.These studies have been reviewed by independent experts, and both committees have taken measures to ensure the independence and reliability of their evaluation.
The WHO of the International Cancer Research Agency will continue to monitor new evidence and encourage the independent research team to further study the potential connection between Asba’s sweet exposure and consumer health influence.
At present, Asba sweets include Coca -Cola Zero, Coca -Cola Fiber+, Sprite Fiber+, Fanta Zero Card, Pepsi Zero Zero, Pepsi Coca -Cola, and PepsiEssence
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