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Old 10-27-2013, 10:14 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by nelie View Post
Well I don't think aspartame is recommended by doctors and diabetes specialists, it is more than often sugar is discouraged and people look for alternatives.
In fact, the American and Canadian Diabetes Associations do recommend it.

Monsanto, maker of Nutrasweet, is their very generous funding donor.

There is a nutrasweet label on many CDA cookbooks and the product is mentioned by name in their campaign literature.

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