Questions tagged [aspartame]
Aspartame is an artificial, non-saccharide sweetener used as a sugar substitute in some foods and beverages.
Does artificial sweetener consumption by women reduce IVF effectiveness?
A recent news story in the media picked up a meme that seems to be already common in "natural food" circles. Diet fizzy drinks ‘could slash chances of getting pregnant during IVF’ The study ...
Is aspartame a mind control drug?
In casual conversation about a popular fizzy soft drink, one of my colleagues said "You do know aspartame is a mind control drug, right?" So I searched for "aspartame mind control drug&...
Did Nutrasweet industries pay for 100% of the research showing aspartame is safe?
After seeing this reddit post, and reading this article are the claims they made true? Claim Quote: [Today I learnt] 100% of the studies (n=74) concluding aspartame to be safe for consumption are ...
Does aspartame "eat" holes in your cellular membranes
My well-meaning mom keeps sending me stuff like this: Aspartame has been found to “eat” tiny holes in our cellular membrane. When this happens, things like Multiple Sclerosis (MS), cancer, mood ...
Is aspartame dangerous? [duplicate]
Possible Duplicate: Does the artificial sweetener aspartame cause cancer? According to WhileScienceSleeps: The methanol contained in the diet soda produced in many countries of the world ...
Does the artificial sweetener aspartame cause cancer?
I've often heard that the artificial sweetener aspartame causes cancer. Is it true?