How to use Aspartame in a sentence

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  • However, it is important to note that infants suffering from the rare genetic disease phenylketonuria (PKU) should not consume aspartame.

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  • Yes, the sweetening agents used in Senokot Hi-Fibre are aspartame (a source of phenylalanine) and saccharin sodium.

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  • Aspartame is 180 to 200 times sweeter than table sugar, so very little is used.

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  • There is also some evidence that artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose may still have an impact blood sugar.

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  • Sugar-free foods, such as diet soda, which contain the artificial sweetener aspartame, are also prohibited foods for PKU patients because aspartame contains the amino acid phenylalanine.

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  • Diet Coke contains aspartame and although the FDA says that it is safe to use during pregnancy, it does suggest a moderate intake of the sweetener.

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  • Women who are at risk of phenylketonuria (PKU) should not take aspartame because it can increase the amount of the amino acid phenylalanine, which can harm the developing baby.

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  • While the caffeine isn't present in the caffeine-free diet soda, it still contains aspartame, which should be taken in moderation.

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  • Treatment consists of avoiding phenylalanine supplements, diet products containing aspartame (which also contain phenylalanine), and phenylalanine-rich foods such as cocoa powder, gelatin, and many meat, dairy and higher protein foods.

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  • Avoiding all high-protein foods is a start, but those with PKU must also avoid foods with artificial sweeteners such as aspartame.

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  • These prepackaged foods are highly processed and most contain sugar substitutes such as aspartame.

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  • Food dyes and colorings like tartrazine, preservatives like benzoates, BHT and BHA, flavor enhancers like monosodium glutamate (MSG), and sweeteners like aspartame have also been suspected asthma triggers.

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  • Low- or no-calorie sweeteners are fine for everyone to use as a substitute for sugar, except for those with a condition known as phenylketonuria, who should not consume aspartame.

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  • Because they are natural, many people feel sugar alcohols are healthier than artificial sweeteners, such as aspartame, sucralose, and saccharine, which are made from chemicals.

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  • The breakdown products of aspartame include phenylalanine which some people are sensitive to.

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