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an artificial sweetener made from aspartic acid

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Even if we tried it would be almost impossible to avoid artificial sweeteners.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Artificial sweeteners may be associated with long-term weight gain and increased risk of obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease, according to a new study.
Market segmentation of the artificial sweetener market in the UK by product
A study done on artificial sweetener showed the unfavorable metabolic effects which include increase in weight, diabetes mellitus and other metabolic disorders7.
You might want to discourage your patients with Hashimoto's thyroiditis from using artificial sweeteners, according to investigators from Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.
Sucrose activates human taste pathways differently from artificial sweetener.
As with any food additive, a company that wants to put an artificial sweetener in a food or drink has to get permission from the U.
Danish researchers randomly assigned 22 overweight adults to consume beverages (like soft drinks and fruit drinks) or foods (like yogurt and ice cream) that were sweetened with either sucrose (table sugar) or artificial sweeteners.
Though the term sometimes evokes negative reactions among the many of us on the quest for "all-natural" ingredients, or who even feel that these sweeteners are dangerous, keep in mind that artificial sweeteners are fully regulated by the FDA and need the agency's approval before they can be sold.
Researchers at the Water Technology Center in Karlsruhe, Germany, found artificial sweeteners in water even after it had gone through sewage treatment.
Results were compared with those for a drink containing another artificial sweetener.
We have also published articles with warnings about the artificial sweetener aspartame, being sold as NutraSweet[R], Spoonful[R], and Equal[R].
Saccharin, the oldest artificial sweetener, was first produced in 1879.
The firm claimed the marketing slogan for the product--'Made from sugar so it tastes like sugar'--is being used to deliberately make consumers believe that the artificial sweetener contains sugar.