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pooponsaban
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re: Artificial sweeteners...which is considered the safest?

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and look it dissolves in liquid so fast!


I'm fricking hooked on "mio"...


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bdevill
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Mar 2008
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re: Artificial sweeteners...which is considered the safest?
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what did they decide splenda does to you now?


One girl I've heard from says she cut out Splenda 5 weeks ago because she's been experiencing random pain in different parts of her body. After quitting Splenda, the pains have gone away.

Another girl I just spoke with told me she lost 25 pounds after she quit using Splenda. She says it increases your cravings for sugar and carbs.

I quit Splenda about a week ago.. so we'll see what happens.


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Zach
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re: Artificial sweeteners...which is considered the safest?
My wife has used Equal (aspartame) for many years and she has a degree in chemistry, works in a hospital and is in perfect health.

I use sugar in my coffee and drink 1 de-caff (but sugared) Coke every day. I don't eat candy, cookies, ice cream, cake or pie so I really don't consume enough sugar to worry about a substitute.


Rougarou4lsu
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New Orleans
Member since Oct 2003
1569 posts

re: Artificial sweeteners...which is considered the safest?
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My wife has used Equal (aspartame) for many years and she has a degree in chemistry, works in a hospital


I understand in a study just released Aspartame
sits in the cells and makes them retain fluid


Dead Mike
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Cell Block 4
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re: Artificial sweeteners...which is considered the safest?
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I understand in a study just released Aspartame
sits in the cells and makes them retain fluid


In what dosage? To what extent? Released by who?


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