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  1. Panera makes good on "cleaner food" promise, dumps all synthetic food additivesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsTarget.com

    ... are common in typical diets, and include propylene glycol (antifreeze) , F, D and C colors (carcinogens), aspartame (carcinogen), MSG (neurotoxin) , benzoic acid (combines with vitamin C to form benzene, a carcinogen) and so on. Panera's Food Policy ...

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  2. UK Artificial Sweetner Market is expected to grow at USD 93.87 million by 2019Read the original story

    Sunday Feb 12 | World News Report

    ... during the forecast period. Market segmentation of the artificial sweetener market in the UK by product a Aspartame a Sucralose a Saccharin a Cyclamate a Ace-K a Neotame Get Sample Report @ https://www.wiseguy ...

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  3. Asia-Pacific sweetener market dynamicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Food Technology

    ... every speciality sweetener will grow at a faster rate in the Middle East compared to the world average. Growth in aspartame consumption in is expected to outstrip every other region, at 630 tonnes. This highlights the region's importance to ...

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  4. Need a quick reference guide when shopping in the supermarket?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Supermarket Guru

    ... other fruits. Manufactured since 1879. Sweet'n LowA , Necta SweetA ; 300-500x sweeter than sugar. Not for baking. Aspartame combines methanol w/ amino acids phenylalanine and aspartic acid. 4 cal. per gram. Add at end of cooking. Sold as NutraSweetA ...

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  5. Philadelphia Goes Over the Tax CliffRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 7 | American Thinker

    ... other concentrate used to prepare a beverage that lists any form of artificial sugar substitute, including stevia, aspartame, sucralose, neotame, acesulfame potassium (Ace-K), saccharin, and advantame. Soda (regular and diet); non-100%-fruit drinks; ...

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  6. Taste test: sugar substitutes, Part 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 6 | St. Petersburg Times

    ... supposed to taste like the equivalent of 2 teaspoons of sugar. The imitation sweeteners were primarily made with aspartame, saccharin, sucralose or stevia leaf extract. Two of this week's picks were a sugar alcohol called erythritol. Judges liked ...

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  7. Global Artificial Sweeteners Market Set for Rapid Growth And Trend, by 2020Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 6 | PR-inside.com

    ... synthetically produced sugar substitutes that are sweet in taste. Some of the major artificial sweeteners include aspartame, acesulfame-K, monosodium glutamate, saccharin and sodium benzoate. Second generation artificial sweeteners include sucralose ...

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  8. Zifam Pinnacle Products Now Available on Amazon.comRead the original story

    Monday Feb 6 | PRWeb

    ... right amount of sweetness with no strange aftertaste. As a result, it is a perfect healthy alternative to sugar or aspartame for coffee or tea. "Zifam truly has products for everyone, and they're now available on Amazon.com," said Mortley. "We ...

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  9. Nutritionist warns: 3 ingredients that can make your smoothies far less healthyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 6 | NewsTarget.com

    ... It doesn't matter which one you turn to - they have all been linked with a variety of side effects and illnesses. Aspartame has been linked to cancer and promotes weight gain, while sucralose has been linked to inflammatory bowel disease and cancer. ...

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  10. Health and wellness: MigrainesRead the original story

    Friday Feb 3 | New Falcon Herald

    ... few years, it has been one or two every two months,' she said. Initially, her doctors narrowed down the cause to aspartame, an artificial sweetener often used as a sugar substitute in foods and drinks, but after eliminating that from her diet, Bartz ...

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  11. Appendix may serve important function, new study findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 1 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    ... cause blood sugar and insulin levels to spike, increasing your risk for insulin resistance and weight gain, while aspartame-sold as Nutrasweet and Equal-breaks down into the compound formaldehyde, which has been shown to cause cancer. "And in ...

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  12. Appendix may not be pointless, new study findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 1 | Norwalk Citizen News

    ... cause blood sugar and insulin levels to spike, increasing your risk for insulin resistance and weight gain, while aspartame-sold as Nutrasweet and Equal-breaks down into the compound formaldehyde, which has been shown to cause cancer. "And in ...

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  13. Artificial Sweeteners Market size and forecast, 2014-2020Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 30 | PR-inside.com

    ... synthetically produced sugar substitutes that are sweet in taste. Some of the major artificial sweeteners include aspartame, acesulfame-K, monosodium glutamate, saccharin and sodium benzoate. Second generation artificial sweeteners include sucralose ...

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  14. 'Healthy' foods that are actually unhealthy: 6 supposedly healthy...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 31 | India.com

    ... Far from accomplishing their tall claims, health drinks contain artificial sweeteners, like saccharine and aspartame, that can also lead to weight gain due to their effect on weight gain. These sweeteners trigger the release of insulin, which in ...

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  15. Taste test: Sugar substituteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 30 | St. Petersburg Times

    ... supposed to taste like the equivalent of 2 teaspoons of sugar. The imitation sweeteners were primarily made with aspartame, saccharin, sucralose or stevia leaf extract. Winn-Dixie's brand of sweetener, made from stevia leaf extract, had the texture ...

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  16. Dairy industry attempting to spike milk with chemical ingredient that causes brain tumorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 29 | NewsTarget.com

    ... at FDA.news ] Why? So they could use any kind of approved sweetener, including artificial sweeteners like aspartame , without having to indicate that the beverage contained a sugar substitute on the label. Items that contain artificial sweeteners or ...

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  17. PepsiCo's Super Bowl Plans Are Decidedly Zero-CalorieRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 24 | Advertising Age

    ... last year as part of a broader overhaul of Pepsi's diet lineup. The changes also included bringing back the aspartame-sweetened version of Diet Pepsi amid complaints from some loyalists over PepsiCo's decision to reformulate it without aspartame. ...

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  18. Study Suggests Color of Sweetener Packet Impacts Sweetness Perception and LikingRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 24 | Newswise

    A study published in the Journal of Food Science found that the packet color of nonnutritive sweeteners may impact the sweetness perception and overall liking of the product. In the study, 560 subjects evaluated five sweeteners: sucralose , stevia , saccharin , aspartame and sucrose .

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  19. I Quit Diet Soda for a Month. This Is What HappenedRead the original story

    Monday Jan 23 | Runner's World

    ... I was pretty sure it was messing with my body. Even though it's sugar-free, it contains the artificial sweetener aspartame , which is 200 times sweeter than table sugar - how insane is that?! Research has shown that it can increase cravings for even ...

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  20. Aspartame in diet soda linked to significant health issues, tumorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 22 | NewsTarget.com

    They're a popular mealtime beverage for millions of people who believe that by drinking them, they're avoiding the pitfalls of sugar consumption. But diet soda pop is neither healthy nor safe, as research continues to show that its primary sweetening constituent in most cases, aspartame , is a damaging neurotoxin that can lead to a host of chronic health issues, including cancer.

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