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Aspartame Consumer Safety Network
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[ Added: 20-May-1998 | Modified: 20-May-1998 ]

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While not specifically about Diabetes, Aspartame is used by many diabetics. Decide for yourself if you are putting yourself at risk. Also read the related article called "Aspartame is Bad!, The Bitter Truth About Artificial Sweetners." For another viewpoint, see Everything You Need to Know About Aspartame

DORway to Discovery! Say NO to aspartame!
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[ Added: 11-May-1999 | Modified: 11-May-1999 ]

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A very thorough and informative site about Aspertame and the controversy surrounding its approval by the FDA.

Everything You Need to Know About Aspartame
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[ Added: 1-Sep-1998 | Modified: 16-Aug-2003 ]

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Provided by the International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation. The purpose of the IFIC Foundation is to provide sound, scientific information on food safety and nutrition to journalists, health professionals, educators, government officials and consumers. For another viewpoint, see Aspartame Consumer Safety Network.

FDA Approves New High-intensity Sweetener Sucralose
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[ Added: 1-Apr-1998 | Modified: 1-Apr-1998 ]

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FDA Talking Paper. FDA Talk Papers are prepared by the Press Office to guide FDA personnel in responding with consistency and accuracy to questions from the public on subjects of current interest. Talk Papers are subject to change as more information becomes available.

FDA/CFSAN Federal Register 63 FR 16417 April 3, 1998 -- Final Rule: Sucralose
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[ Added: 27-Jul-1998 | Modified: 27-Jul-1998 ]

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Food and Drug Administration
21 CFR Part 172
Docket No. 87F-0086
Food Additives Permitted for Direct Addition to Food for Human Consumption; Sucralose
AGENCY: Food and Drug Administration, HHS.
ACTION: Final rule.

NutraSweet Information Center
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[ Added: 4-Oct-1998 | Modified: 4-Oct-2003 ]

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The great-tasting, low-calorie artificial sugar substitute sweetener made with aspartame.

Splenda & Diabetes
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[ Added: 27-Jul-1998 | Modified: 26-Jun-2004 ]

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Enjoy the Foods You Love... Again
SPLENDA No Calorie Sweetener is exciting news for people with diabetes, because it can help you and your family enjoy the sweet taste of foods and beverages again, without all the calories and carbohydrates of sugar.

On April 1, 1998 the Food and Drug Administration approved sucralose in the United States. Sucralose has been enjoyed by millions of people in hundreds of products around the world since 1991. Note from Bob: This is my sweetner of choice. In granular form, it can be used in recipes -- it measures spoon for spoon the same as sugar!

Also see FDA/CFSAN Federal Register 63 FR 16417 April 3, 1998 -- Final Rule: Sucralose.

Stevia - Emperor's Herbologist Stevioside
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[ Added: 19-Jun-1999 | Modified: 17-Sep-1999 ]

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Stevioside has secured special interest from diabetics, persons with hyperglycemia, and the diet conscious. Stevia and Stevioside have been safely used in the USA and around the world for decades. Learn more about Stevia and Stevioside here.

Sugar and Sweeteners
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[ Added: 4-Oct-1998 | Modified: 4-Oct-1998 ]

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Sugar provides quick energy and a concentrated source of calories. This benefit has its downside, however, because consuming too many calories, regardless of the source, contributes to obesity.

Sweet One
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[ Added: 20-May-1998 | Modified: 17-Mar-2002 ]

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Sweet One tastes like sugar and it doesn't break down in heat, so you can cook with it. Best of all, it has zero calories and, according to this web site, "... is not metabolized by the body and is excreted unchanged." You can even order a free sample. Sweet One has none of the problems of aspartame and none of the after-taste of saccharin.

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