The WHO studies the sweetener aspartame as “potentially carcinogenic”

In the month of May, the World Health Organization already advised against sweeteners such as saccharin or stevia because they do not help reduce body fat and can cause an increased risk of type 2 diabetes and long-term cardiovascular disease. And now he focuses on aspartame, a common non-caloric sweetener in light drinks, sweets and other food products. The WHO studies declaring it potentially carcinogenic in mid-July, when it will issue new recommendations on its consumption.

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