Is Aspartame Dangerous?

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          Aspartame is a synthetic sweetener. therefore classified as a type of chemical. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had previously banned the use of this substance in food in 1974. Because of the findings of animal abnormalities after the use. But later, with more information. It was reconsidered and allowed the use of aspartame in 1981. With the consumption of no more than 40 mg of aspartame per body weight ( kilograms). While in Thailand it is allowed to use as an ingredient in certain foods in legal quantities.

          However, research has found that Eating sweeteners instead of sugar especially aspartame. Contributes to the urge to feel like eating more sugar and affects negative emotions. causing insomnia, depression, stimulating alertness. Increase stress-causing substances (Cortisol) and increase free radicals too much. This can also increase the risk of brain and nervous system health. While some people may experience side effects. Such as nausea, vomiting, headache, rash, fatigue, and abnormal heartbeat UFABET

          In addition, there is a growing body of evidence against the use , some claiming that aspartame decomposes at high temperatures and becomes toxic and other harmful elements. Such as methanol DKP (DKP: difetopierzine) if aspartame is put into hot food. Heat may destroy sugar structure. And this can become a cause of cancer. But not all information is conclusive. So is currently licensed for use around the world.