Aspartame is one of the most popular artificial sweeteners available on the market. In fact, chances are good that you or someone you know has consumed an aspartame-containing diet soda within the past 24 hours. In , one-fifth of all Americans drank a diet soda on any given day, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Many opponents have claimed that aspartame is actually bad for your health. There are also claims about long-term repercussions of aspartame consumption. Aspartame is sold under the brand names NutraSweet and Equal.
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One day after a major European company got out of the aspartame business , a federal study was released that found consuming the sweetener does not, in fact, increase your chances of getting cancer. That seems like good news, because we love us some diet soda. The study, which monitored the diets of more than a half a million Americans over five years, found no link between the sweetener and the cancers that did end up developing among the test group. Independent and interested groups alike agree that the study is "reassuring"—especially since the sweetener is in everything from candy to medicines. Everyone was on edge after Italian researchers linked the substance to cancer in female rats last year, but now there seems to be a collective sigh of relief. Well—not from everyone.
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The anus is one of the few organs of the body that functions as a two system at the same time. The anus is a part of the digestive and excretory system. The anus means a circle or ring. It is located at the posterior most end of the alimentary canal. Its primary role is to regulate the removal of waste and indigestible substance from the body.
It is used in many foods and beverages because it is much sweeter than sugar, so much less of it can be used to give the same level of sweetness. It can also be found as a flavoring in some medicines. Rumors and concerns about aspartame causing a number of health problems, including cancer, have been around for many years. Some of the concerns about cancer stem from the results of studies in rats published by a group of Italian researchers, which suggested aspartame might increase the risk of some blood-related cancers leukemias and lymphomas.