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The EFSA looked at 81 positive aspartame studies that considered it safe and 73 negative aspartame studies indicating possible harm. Yet while 84 percent of the positive studies were deemed useful and dependable, every single study that questioned the safety of aspartame - all 73 - were considered unreliable. What a red flag!
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Jun 29, 2014
By no means do they try to provide evidences of the possible cons that aspartame might have. Research cited is not at all trustworthy, and should not be taken seriously.
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Jun 3, 2014
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Information on the artificial sweetener Aspartame.  Includes links to reputable sites such as the Mayo Clinic to support its points.
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Nov 17, 2012
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The site claims that aspartame is totally healthy. While this is not true, neither is the claim that aspartame is dangerous in any way. Might be problematic for some people, but it's rare. People get so scared and misinformed over this topic, it's similar to how people were afraid of getting a flu vaccine.
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Mar 23, 2012
Funded by companies that make Aspartame. Contains one-sided information in favor of aspertame. The information is specifically crafted not to admit the single grains of truth about the massive exagerations about aspertame. They fail to reference a single study the mention, or give full information on size, type, procedure, controls or who funded the research and what the goals of the research was. Simply saying a study at a particular university does not mean it was a good study, it could be some student's freshman project they got an F on for failed methodology, or a grad student hired by them to manufacture evidence in their favor. Without full information there is no way to know if the study is valid or not. Both sites like this by producers and marketers of aspartame , and sites by perpetrators of the myths who have fiscal interest in competing industries, make finding real facts on Aspartame near impossible.
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Mar 4, 2011
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The truth about Aspartame from medical associations, healthcare professionals, nutrition experts and regulatory authorities.

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Child Safety
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