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Diabetes and Aspartame

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The Skinny On Sugars And Sweeteners

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The Skinny On Sugars And Sweeteners March 24, 2009 Author: Rebecca Ruiz Alibaba News Channel When cutting calories from their diet, especially during the holiday season, conscientious eaters oft READ MORE
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Is Aspartame Really Safer in Reducing the Risk of Hypoglycemia During Exercise i...

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Is Aspartame Really Safer in Reducing the Risk of Hypoglycemia During Exercise in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes? Diabetes Journals Annie Ferland, RD, MSC, Patrice Brassard, MSC and Paul Poirier, M READ MORE
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THE BITTER TRUTH ABOUT ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS

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THE BITTER TRUTH ABOUT ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS by Mark D. Gold Aspartame sugar substitutes cause worrying symptoms from memory loss to brain tumours. But despite US FDA approval as a 'safe' food a READ MORE
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About Aspartame for Diabetics

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About Aspartame for Diabetics Gougeon R, M Spidel, K Lee, C Field. Canadian Diabetes Association National Nutrition Committee Technical Review: Non-nutritive Intense Sweeteners in Diabetes Mana READ MORE
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A Reaction to Aspartame?

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A Reaction to Aspartame? 18 July 2007 Linda von Wartburg Diabetes Health An article in New Zealand's Dominion Post has reported that a young woman in Wellington, New Zealand, was nearly poisoned READ MORE
http://www.diabeteshealth.com/read/2007/07/18/5320.html

Aspartame's Hidden Dangers

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Aspartame's Hidden Dangers Mercola.com Aspartame's Hidden Dangers If a product is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and composed of natural ingredients, would you assume it is READ MORE
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Is Aspartame Really Safer in Reducing the Risk of Hypoglycemia During Exercise i...

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Is Aspartame Really Safer in Reducing the Risk of Hypoglycemia During Exercise in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes? 2007 Annie Ferland, RD, MSC, Patrice Brassard, MSC and Paul Poirier, MD, PHD, FRCPC, READ MORE
http://care.diabetesjournals.org/cgi/content/full/30/7/e59

Aspartame and Diabetes Ò Is it a bad combination?

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Aspartame and Diabetes Ò Is it a bad combination? Healthy-Holistic-Living.com So what is the concern over aspartame and diabetes? The American Diabetes Association (ADA) is recommending and accep READ MORE
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Diabetes and Aspartame: With no cure for diabetes, good food choices for both type 1 and type 2 diabetics are very important. Aspartime is a common choice for diabetics because it is sweet, but is not sugar and therefore does not affect blood glucose levels. It is also used by those suffering from hypoglycemia. Aspartine is found in many diet and diabetic foods. All foods that a diabetic eats help determine their blood sugar levels and can play a key role in diabetes management.
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