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Side-Effects of Aspartame on the Brain

Michael Greger MD | September 1, 2016 | Health

Read More: artificial sweeteners, aspartame, beverages, brain health, coffee, depression, dopamine, Europe, FDA, Harvard, headaches, insomnia, Kaiser Permanente, mental health, MIT, mood, NIH-AARP study, Nutrasweet, processed foods, saccharin, safety limits, seizures, serotonin, soda, sugar, suicide, Sweet and Low, sweeteners, tea

The National Institutes of Health AARP study of hundreds of thousands of Americans followed for years found that frequent consumption of sweetened beverages, especially diet drinks, may increase depression risk among older adults. Whether soda, fruit-flavored drinks, or iced......


Aspartame: Fibromyalgia & Preterm Birth

Michael Greger MD | April 30, 2013 | Health

Read More: aspartame, diet soda, erythritol, fibromyalgia, Nutrasweet, preterm birth, soda, vitamin D

When we learned how bad butter was, the food industry responded by giving us margarine, which turned out to be even worse. When dietary guidelines told us to lower our fat intake in hopes that we'd pick up an......


Vitamin B12: how much, how often?

Michael Greger MD | August 30, 2011 | Health

Read More: Airborne supplements, Alli, Applebee's, Burger King, Centrum, Chick-fil-A, Chili's, Coca-Cola, dairy, Dow Chemical, Dr Greger, Dr Gregor, Eggbeaters, fish oil, Flomax, Häagen-Dazs, Herbalife, Juice Plus+, KFC, Lipitor, McDonald's, Michael Gregor, milk, mucus, Nutrasweet, nutritional yeast, Pop Tarts, Purevia, red yeast rice, spirulina, Splenda, Sugar Twin, supplements, Sweet and Low, Sweet One, TGI Friday's, Truvia, Vaseline, vitamin B12, weight loss

This week celebrates the upload of its 300th video. Though the site is officially only 9 days old, it launched "preloaded" with 288 videos taken from the last four years of my Latest in Clinical Nutrition DVD series.......