ANH Feature: EFSA Defends Controversial Sweetener Aspartame (Again)
EFSA says no cancer risk and maintains approval of aspartame
Aspartame, also identified as E951 on label ingredient lists, is the technical name for the non-nutritive artificial sweetener sold under the brand names NutraSweet, Equal, Spoonful, Equal-Measure, Canderel and various other names. The highest authority on food safety in Europe, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), has again declared the sweetener as safe, despite animal studies showing its carcinogenic potential and complaints of neurological, behavioural and gastro-intestinal side-effects by thousands of consumers around the world.
The Alliance for Natural Health bring a critical appraisal of this product to light. Read More
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Sunday 13th March 2016
In Functional Nutrition we often utilise the 5 R programme to support digestive health, restore and repair the gut barrier and tackle ongoing digestive imbalances. This practical cookery day will provide you with the resources you need to put this into action – discover the top foods to include and those to avoid, the importance of fermented foods and how to incorporate them in the diet. You will see a range of delicious recipes demonstrated to support gut healing and for lowering inflammation in the digestive tract and we will discuss different dietary approaches that may be beneficial for resolving ongoing gut symptomsClick for further information
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