NutraSweet


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Nu·tra·Sweet

 (no͞o′trə-swēt′)
A trademark for a brand of aspartame.
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nutrasweet

® [ˈnjuːtrəswiːt] Nedulcorante m, sacarina f
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 8, 2019-: Artificial Sweetner Market Booming Worldwide| Roquette, Ajinomoto, McNeil Nutritionals, NutraSweet Property Holdings, Hermes Sweeteners
Elisabeth Dawson have forensically detailed serious flaws in the reassurance provided in 2013 by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) about the safety of aspartame-more commonly known as Nutrasweet.
Chan School of Public Health, seem to show that artificial sugar substitutes, such as Splenda or NutraSweet, can trigger weight gain, as well as other health issues.
He began his professional career in 1989 with The Nutrasweet Company in the US as business development manager.
Aspartame, present in brands like Equal and NutraSweet is considered volatile under heat and should be used during cooking or baking.
Companies Mentioned in this Report: Cargill, Cumberland Packing, Ingredion, Roquette, Tate & Lyle, ADM, Ajinomoto, Amalgamated Sugar, American Crystal Sugar, Beckmann-Kenko, Danisco, Evolva Holding, Florida Crystal, Galam, GLG Life Tech, Herboveda, Hermes Sweetener, Imperial Sugar, Ingredion, JK Sucralose, McNeil Nutritionals, Morita Kagaku Kogyo, NutraSweet, Pure Circle, Sunwin Stevia International, Wisdom Natural Brands, Zydus Wellness
and owned 50:50 by USA's NutraSweet and Ajinomoto Co..
They found that of 100 patients with antibody-confirmed Hashimoto's thyroiditis (HT), 53 reported using the equivalent of 3.5 packets of artificial sweetener per day--mostly aspartame (Equal, NutraSweet) or sucralose (Splenda)--as estimated from a questionnaire about their daily intake of sugar-free foods.
When one pharmacist worried the sweet liquid might cause cavities, they switched from sugar to NutraSweet. It didn't work, but it led to an important discovery.
Among its brand names: Amino-Sweet, Equal Next, Equal Original, Equal Spoonful, NutraSweet.
Those small bags of Nutrasweet and Truvia "are not magic bullets" against extra body-baggage, said Christopher Gardner, the main author of the study.