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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 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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Although widespread speculation has connected aspartame exposure to all sorts of health conditions, diseases and symptoms, scientific research does not substantiate such claims. Clinical studies have encouraged major wor... More »

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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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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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No health problems have been clearly and directly linked to aspartame, according to the American Cancer Society. Since the appearance of aspartame on the market in 1980, various health complaints have circulated but, as ... More »

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