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  1. PHOTO: A woman is pictured drinking soda in this stock image.Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | ABC News

    ... your plate with naturally low-sodium or sodium-free fresh fruits, grains, and veggies. Artificial sugars such as aspartame and sucralose have been added to everything from diet beverages to gum and candy. But the low or no calories come at a cost. ...

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  2. Artificial Sweeteners May Have Despicable Impacts on Gut MicrobesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Scientific American

    ... in lipid biosynthesis. Although conducted using rats instead of mice, and with a different artificial sweetener (aspartame instead of saccharin) this study also found an increased risk of glucose intolerance. In addition, both studies showed that ...

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  3. Non Caloric Sweeteners - Market Trends and Insights - New Report AvailableRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | PR-inside.com

    ... ingredients by their usage, manufacturing and regulatory situations. Key Findings Amongst non-caloric sweeteners Aspartame is on a decline by losing minus 0.9 % growth annually in the global market within the coming three years. The highest growth, ...

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  4. New Report Criticizes Yogurt IndustryRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | Common Dreams

    ... who are obese coincides with the increase in the widespread use of non-caloric artificial sweeteners such as aspartame and sucralose." The use of aspartame is controversial and has been linked to brain tumors and neurological diseases in laboratory ...

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  5. New Report Criticizes Yogurt Industry -- Major Brands Accused of Turning Health Food into Junk FoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | WebWire

    ... who are obese coincides with the increase in the widespread use of non-caloric artificial sweeteners such as aspartame and sucralose.' The use of aspartame is controversial and has been linked to brain tumors and neurological diseases in laboratory ...

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  6. 5 Ways to Control Caloric Intake Without Using Artificial SweetenersRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Health News Digest

    Artificial sweeteners, such as those containing saccharine or aspartame, can induce glucose intolerance, which is a pathway to Type 2 diabetes. Recent research has left artificial sweetener aficionados questioning whether to relinquish their use altogether.

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  7. Soda makers want to cut calories: But is diet really better?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 24, 2014 | WWLP

    ... journal Nature found that many mice and humans became glucose intolerant after eating or drinking regular doses of aspartame, saccharin or sucralose, common artificial sweeteners. Artificial sweeteners may also affect our gut bacteria. In a study of ...

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  8. Coca-Cola Spreads Lies About Aspartame And Dangers Of Artificial SweetenerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Medical Daily

    Aspartame is an artificial sweetener that gives diet soda the mimicking taste of sugar. Soda Giant Coca-Cola relies on aspartame so heavily it's willing to defend it with hollow claims, and in some cases, just straight-up lies.

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  9. SPLENDA: New Study Shows Sugar Substitutes Do Not Overstimulate the Sweet Taste BudsRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Sys-Con Media

    ... maple syrup, agave nectar and sugar, as well as various concentrations of the sugar substitutes sucralose, aspartame, acesulfameK, and rebaudiosode A (a compound found in stevia). The drinks were expected to be equivalent in sweetness based on the ...

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  10. Ask Dr. K: Could artificial sweeteners actually cause weight gain?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Times-Standard

    ... are particularly bad actors. The development of no-calorie artificial sweeteners, like saccharine, sucralose and aspartame, seemed like a godsend. Like you, I switched from regular drinks to "diet" drinks a long time ago. Artificial sweeteners taste ...

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  11. Artificialsweetenersmay havedownsideRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 13 | The Citizens' Voice

    ... are particularly bad actors. The development of no-calorie artificial sweeteners, like saccharine, sucralose and aspartame, seemed like a godsend. Artificial sweeteners taste as sweet as (or sweeter than) sugar, but contain virtually no calories. ...

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  12. You Can Fight Chronic Pain With FoodRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Diabetes Self Management

    ... meat, dairy products, processed meat, refined grains like white flour, and artificial food additives like MSG and aspartame. When I learned that some of the worst offenders are the sugars and trans fats in my Western diet, it made me realize how ...

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  13. Aspartame Not Linked to Non-Hodgkin's LymphomaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 9 | Lymphoma Info

    Investigators from the American Cancer Society's Epidemiology Research Program in Atlanta have concluded that the artificial sweetener aspartame, frequently- if dubiously- linked to cancer, is not linked to the development of lymphoma in older adults. Marjorie L McCullough and colleagues, believing that the existing data was contradictory, examined possible associations between the consumption of artificially and sugar-sweetened carbonated beverages and aspartame intake with overall risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma .

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  14. Aspartame not associated with non-Hodgkin lymphomaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | Candy Industry

    Aspartame is a popular low-calorie sweetener used in soft drinks, yogurt and other foods and beverages. It turns out a little bit of aspartame probably isn't so bad for you after all - at least when it comes to a certain type of cancer.

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  15. FDA rejects calls for aspartame ban: 'No new credible scientific evidence has been presented'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 4 | FoodNavigator

    FNCE 2014 highlights part two: RDIs based on your genotype? Hummus 2.0, Nutrition Facts in transition, & a metagenomic MyPlate? US egg consumption highest it's been in 7 years: 'Protein is where there is a big opportunity right now.' The US Food & Drug Administration has rejected two citizen's petitions urging it to ban the use of aspartame as a food additive, arguing that neither presented any credible scientific data that would warrant a change of policy on the zero-calorie sweetener.

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  16. New "Life" for Coca-ColaRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 4 | Retailing Today

    ... than Coca Cola Classic and is said to taste closer to the original than Diet Coke, which is sweetened with aspartame. "People that love our brands want more choices in flavors, package sizes and sweetener options. With Coca-Cola Life we're meeting ...

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  17. 5 Things You Should Understand About 'Sugar Free' TreatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 2 | International Business Times

    ... When a product is labeled "Sugar Free", check the ingredient label if there are artificial sweeteners such as aspartame, acesulfame potassium or acesulfam K, sucralose, saccharin and neotame. Some of these contain zero calories but mimic the taste ...

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  18. The problem with new green 'healthy' Coke - expertRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 2 | The New Zealand Herald

    ... of acesulfame potassium (food code 950), a calorie-free sweetener that's 200 times sweeter than sugar, and aspartame (food code 951), also calorie free and 200 times sweeter than sugar. While Coca-Cola's website assures customers these sugar ...

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  19. The Truth About Your Sugar Rush, According To ScienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 30 | Refinery 29

    ... those who get placebo candies (which are a depressing concept on their own). These studies have included sucrose, aspartame, and saccharin from chocolates, classic sweets, and natural sources . Even in kids who are considered "sensitive" to sugar, ...

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  20. Do zero-calorie sweeteners increase diabetes risk?Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 27, 2014 | Food Technology

    ... Food Safety Authority (EFSA), have refuted concerns about artificial sweetener consumption. EFSA has reviewed aspartame safety six times since it was first approved for use in Europe in 1994, most recently last year , concluding that there was "no ...

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