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There are no verified health risks associated with the aspartame in diet drinks, as of 2015, other than for people who suffer from a condition known as phenylketonuria. The Food and Drug Administration has ruled aspartam... More »

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There are many diet drinks on the market that do not contain aspartame, including a specially labeled version of Diet Coke, Diet Rite, Hansen's Natural soda, Pepsi One and Zevia. Most of these products use Splenda, a sug... More »

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Ironically, one of the biggest dangers of drinking diet drinks is weight gain. Their consumption can also disturb the metabolism, cause headaches and depression, increase sensitivity to alcohol, rot the teeth, and possib... More »

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The dangers of aspartame, acesulfame, sucralose and other artificial sweeteners relate to interactions that interfere with body chemistry and digestive processes. As of 2015 acesulfame, sucralose and aspartame have all b... More »

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As of March 2015, the only health danger consistently connected to aspartame is possible abnormal brain development in people who have phenylketonuria, a rare genetic disorder, according to the American Cancer Society. A... More »

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There are many diet drinks on the market that do not contain aspartame, including a specially labeled version of Diet Coke, Diet Rite, Hansen's Natural soda, Pepsi One and Zevia. Most of these products use Splenda, a sug... More »

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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommends people limit their intake of aspartame to 50 milligrams per kilogram of weight. Unless a person has Phenylketonuria, which is a genetic disorder, aspartame does not need ... More »

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