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 Aspartame Hazards?

Answer Dr. James M. Schlatter developed aspartame by accident in 1965. He was working on formulating an anti-ulcer drug when he mixed aspartic acid and phenylalanine together. He tasted the substance, and... Read More »
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Top Q&A For: Aspartame Hazards

Questions about aspartame?

I don't know if I would trust studies funded by coca cola...Many other studies have shown cancer and other problems in rats from aspartame.If you want to enjoy soda, try brands such as Zevia, Virgi... Read More »
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20130429213228AA0lUjw

Is aspartame bad for yeast infections?

On One Hand: Aspartame encourages yeast growthAccording to Peace Health, yeast infections are the result of too much growth of the candida fungus, and they are "one of the most common reasons women... Read More »
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Has anyone had aspartame poisoning?

Yes. There is even a web site to help victims of aspartame poisoning. This is incredibly bad stuff. There is a very plausible link between aspartame consumption and Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's... Read More »
http://answers.yahoo.com//question/index?qid=20090622200721AA9qmcn

Why does the FDA allow aspartame on the market?

Aspartame is a low-calorie artificial sweetener that's composed of two amino acids--aspartic acid and phenylalanine--and has been widely studied. According to the Aspartame Information Center, "the... Read More »
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