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Review Dispels Myths about Aspartame, says Leading Manufacturer

June 2, 2009: 10:57 PM EST
Aspartame is not associated with adverse effects in the general population, and nor does it have an effect on appetite or food intake when used as a sweetener, says Brendan Naulty, president of Ajinomoto North Americam, a leading global manufacturer of the artificial sweetener. Naulty was commenting in a media release on a review of research posted on the American Dietetic Associaiton (ADA) Evidence Analysis Library web site. Lisa Carlson, a Chicago-based registered dietitian, said the study “adds meaningful, science-based information that will help registered dietitians respond to questions from consumers”. The ADA managed all aspects of the review, which was funded jointly by the ADA and Ajinomoto.
"Evidence-Based Analysis of Aspartame Research --Questions Put to Rest ", CNBC.com, June 02, 2009, via PR Newswire, © PR Newswire
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