AspartameThe artificial sweetener found in NutraSweet/Equal®.
- Aspartame and Pilots - Harmful effects on pilots.
- Aspartame Components - The ingredients and chemical components in aspartame.
- FDA - Aspartame, FDA approval process, and registered complaints.
- Side Effects and Symptoms - Adverse health reactions to aspartame.
Diet Coke Plus; still a minus!
Article by Julia Havey May 7, 2007
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Can Drinking Aspartame Affect My pH Balance?
Absolutely. The average pH of a diet cola is 3.0 – extremely acidic. If you have acid reflux,...
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If Aspartame Is Harmful Why Do The Manufacturers Say It’s Safe?
When it comes to the truth behind NutraSweet and aspartame, consumers have heard only one side of...
10-5-2005 Views: 9122
Is Aspartame Addictive?
Yes, and for many reasons. All artificial sweeteners create an artificial need for more...
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Is Aspartame Safe For Children?
Have your kids been out of sorts lately? Do they complain of more frequent tummy aches, malaise,...
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What Is Aspartame?
Aspartame is actually a drug discovered in GD Searle laboratories as an ulcer medication. The...
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Why Did The FDA Approve NutraSweet If It Is Harmful?
The FDA approval of aspartame is controversial, to say the least. Aspartame was first approved in...
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Why Does The American Diabetic Association Endorse Aspartame?
The American Diabetic Association has received millions of dollars in donations from The...
10-7-2005 Views: 7415
Will Aspartame React With Medications?
Unfortunately, research has not been done to specifically address this issue. Personally, I would...
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