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an artificial sweetener made from aspartic acid

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EoACA[yen] In the book, he blames aspartame for impairing brain functions.
Some consumers and pressure groups believe aspartame causes headaches, upset stomachs, and even suggest it could be linked to certain cancers.
The conclusions should not be a surprise to health professionals, as they reflect what both science and common sense have told us for years," said Brendan Naulty, who is president of Ajinomoto North America, a leading manufacturer of aspartame.
Bowen has spent 20 years researching artificial sweeteners after his use of aspartame resulted in being diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease (A.
A No, aspartame does not cause cancer, according to the U.
RESUMEN: El objetivo de este estudio fue evaluar las alteraciones morfologicas del aspartame en glomerulos, tubulos contorneados distal y proximal y ductos colectores, en rinones de ratas, durante la organogenesis.
It compared a group of depressed patients to a group of non-depressed controls, each randomly assigned to a placebo capsule or a capsule containing the aspartame equivalent to 10-12 cans of diet soda daily.
Aspartame is an artificial sweetener used in more than 6,000 diet products, beverages, and pharmaceuticals.
Drink water, homemade sun tea or 100 percent fruit juice instead of soda laden with high fructose corn syrup or aspartame.
I regularly chew gum that contains aspartame, but I've heard that it can cause cancer.
Hasta la fecha, cinco edulcorantes artificiales han sido aprobados para su comercializacion por la Food and Drug Administration (FDA) de Estados Unidos: aspartame, sacarina, acesulfame-K, neotame y sucralosa.
For years, I've used aspartame to cut down on my sugar intake, but critics say aspartame may increase your risk of cancer.
Many people have been concerned about the safety of the sugar substitute aspartame (NutraSweet, Equal), especially since Italian researchers last year reported an increased risk of some cancers in a large study of rats.