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Reliance on Observational Methodology and Intake Estimates Fuels Flawed Conclusions, Is Not Proof of Causation WASHINGTON, Feb.
University of Adelaide researchers are opening back up the debate on whether or not artificial sweeteners are bad for us.
Maligned in studies since it came into use in the 1980s, aspartame has now been deemed safe for regular, moderate consumption by the European Food Safety Authority. Previous research had linked the artificial sweetener to higher risk of cancer and premature birth.
Obesity may alter our relationship to food by changing our ability to detect sweetness on our tongues.
Because demand has shifted from artificial to natural and organic sweeteners, buyers needing artificial sweeteners have increased negotiating power because demand is low; at the same time, buyers
New research indicates this could be a harmful choice for people with type 2 diabetes because of the large amount of simple sugars it contains.
Sweet Revenge, The Original Wild Strawberry Sour Mash Liqueur, is helping to raise breast cancer awareness with a three-part donation program this October. Miami,