Aspartame is one of the six United States Food and Drug Administration-approved artificial sweeteners recommended by the National Diabetes Association. In addition, they recommend the other five, which are acesulfame pot... More »

The American Diabetes Association is a U.S.-based agency working to raise awareness and support to prevent and find a cure for diabetes. The ADA publishes scientific studies, raises money for research, and provides infor... More »

The American Diabetes Association's functions are funding research, raising public awareness, providing community services, and advocating in support of the prevention, cure and management of diabetes. Since its inceptio... More »

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