The consumption of artificially sweetened (diet) beverages was not associated with a risk of cancer. Sugar on the other hand

Findings from a new study suggest that limiting sugary drinks might contribute to a reduction in cancer cases, say researchers.

1 Like

I call b.s. aspartame is poison.

1 Like

Aspartame “is one of the most exhaustively studied substances in the human food supply, with more than 100 studies supporting its safety,” the FDA states.

“An adult weighing 165 pounds would have to drink more than 19 cans of diet soda or consume more than 107 packets a day to go over the recommended level,” the American Cancer Society says.

Some people have reported that aspartame gives them headaches or dizziness or affects their moods, but studies haven’t linked those symptoms to aspartame. If you have phenylketonuria (PKU), a rare metabolic disorder, avoid aspartame, because it contains phenylalanine. Any product containing aspartame has a warning label about that.

Then there’s this too

1 Like

Really the article has nothing to do with artificial sweetner. I made it the title cause I’m a clickbaiter. Sorry.

This topic was automatically closed 95 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.