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  • n. An artificial sweetener similar to aspartame.


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  • Isomalt, for example, was only recognized by 6 percent, and just 1 percent had ever heard of neotame.

    Andrew Briscoe: Consumers Are Confused: Decoding Artificial Sweeteners

  • Sugar substitutes such as saccharin, sucratose, and neotame separate the taste of sweetness from the calories.


  • A similar ingredient, neotame, has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration, as have sucralose (Splenda) and a sugar substitute called acesulfame potassium (sold as Sweet One and Sunett).

    Are sugar substitutes bad for you?

  • My educated-but-still-layman's guess is that it is some mixture of aspartame and neotame, yet another deadly concoction and witch's brew.

    No to Ajinomoto Asking FDA Approval of New Sweetener Advantame!

  • Artificial sweeteners such as aspartame, saccharin or acesulfame-K, cyclamate, neotame, and saccharin sucralose

    The UltraMetabolism Cookbook

  • The FDA has approved five sugar substitutes for use in foods and beverages—saccharin, aspartame, acesulfame-K, sucralose, and neotame.

    Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy

  • Sugar substitutes such as saccharin, sucratose and neotame separate the taste of sweetness from the calories and are two hundred to thirteen thousand times as sweet as sugar.

    The Full Feed from

  • In a shock finding, it has turned out that red pandas resident in Switzerland are absolute fools for aspartame, neotame and sucralose.

    The Register

  • However, the sixth species - the red panda - drank large amounts of the artificial sweeteners aspartame, neotame, and sucralose.

    The Register

  • While some of them preferred natural sugars, only pandas favoured aspartame, neotame and sucralose.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition


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