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Do artificial sweeteners like aspartame or Splenda make your insulin go up by making your body I think it's getting some sugary stuff?
More than sugar!!: Sugar is grandfathered in & if it (fructose) had to go through the same trials aspartame, it would likely have never been approved. On the other hand it is does not commonly occur in nature. Yet simple sugars are also rare in nature, in any concentrated form. Sugar is claimed to be healthy because extracted from stuff grown to satisfy human sugar fix, a cheap way to sell processed foods! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I've concluded No: Science is the most cutthroat of all human activities, and the scientist who could demonstrate a convincing risk of harm from aspartame -- not just a junk study in which ridiculous amounts are given to some rats -- would have his career made. It hasn't happened, and the chemistry in the internet scares wouldn't pass the approval of a high school chemistry teacher. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Are you getting your medical information from friends or the internet? If so, stop listening to or reading those sources of misinformation and blatant lies? Do you really think that something like aspartame would still be on the market if that were true. You're too old to fall for that stuff! do you still believe in the tooth fairy? ...Read more
Who cares?: Aspartame is benign. Combat powder is a worthless scam. Who knows what's in it or what harm it could do? What is known is that it won't help you in any way except to spend your money. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more
Who cares?: Hydrocut products are as worthless as all the other supplements out there. Aspartame (if it's in there) may be the safest ingredient. Why knows what's in there and what harm it could do to you. One thing is certain, it won't help you with any medical problem or weight loss. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more
There are people: Who think they have somatic symptoms after ingesting aspartame, but it has never been demonstrated in valid scientific experiments. Don't believe everything you hear from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more