Generally old news, though I haven't read anything on the topic recently.
What I do know is that phenylalanine is one of two amino acid components of
aspartame. If you're phenylketonuric, you shouldn't ingest the stuff.
This rare condition is generally diagnosed at birth. Issue would be for
children in utero, possibly, who may have the condition, but whose parents
are unaware it. Pregnant mothers thus would do best to shy away from the
It's a start, but I do not claim comprehensive knowledge on the topic.
At 10:14 AM 1/29/96, Isla Browning wrote:
>I recently read in a newspaper that aspartame, the low calorie
>sweetener, has been found to produce neurological disorders. Does
>anyone know anything about this?
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