Aspartame: A Safe Artificial Sweetener for Pregnant Women
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Attack of the Sweet Tooth: Managing Cravings on Your Pregnancy | spectreinvestigativenetwork.com

Attack of the Sweet Tooth: Managing Cravings on Your Pregnancy | spectreinvestigativenetwork.com | Aspartame: A Safe Artificial Sweetener for Pregnant Women | Scoop.it
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What do you do when your craving for sweets hit? Indulging in them can be a guilty pleasure, especially if you’re watching your weight and sugar intake. Being pregnant also does not give you license to indulge yourself every so often with cakes, pastries, candies, sodas, and other sugary treats. This can be frustrating, especially if your favorite food and drinks are all sweet.

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Aspartame: A Safe Artificial Sweetener for Pregnant Women (with image) · thentlen

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Pregnancy is an exciting and difficult time in a woman’s life. Expectant moms go through different lifestyle changes to make sure their babies are born healthy. Diet is often the first thing most pregnant women change. Some of them become conscious of the quality of food they eat. Others worry about the amount of calories they take.

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Healthy and Diabetic-Friendly Sweeteners | zbhyy.com

Healthy and Diabetic-Friendly Sweeteners | zbhyy.com | Aspartame: A Safe Artificial Sweetener for Pregnant Women | Scoop.it
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For a diabetic, controlling blood sugar through either diet, exercise, medication, or a combination of the three can make the difference between a healthy life or a series of severe complications. Getting diagnosed with diabetes doesn’t mean they cannot eat certain types of foods. Is it still possible for diabetic patients to eat sweets? Artificial sweeteners is one alternative diabetic patients can turn to.

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