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Sugar and Sweeteners
What gum does not have aspartame in it?
Asked in Sugar and Sweeteners, Aspartame
What temperature does gum have to be in order for you not to get aspartame poisoning?
Asked in Chewing Gum, Sugar and Sweeteners, Aspartame
Why is most gum made with aspartame?
Although you might not find an answer anywhere, my educated guess is that Aspartame manufacturers are able to produce aspartame cheaply and able to sell it within the food industry cheaper than healthy sweeteners like stevia, xylitol, etc. and possibly cheaper than sugar, honey or syrup. There are probably powerful people promoting the sales of this poison as well causing it to be in 99% of all chewing gum. People don't want sugar to rot their teeth all day which is a smart choice but is swallowing aspartame any better? Try finding gum at health food stores or make your own. I am looking for a recipe right now since healthy gum is so expensive. P.S. The original answer below wasn't really an answer but I don't like erasing other people's responses. Most gum's that I have now contain aspartame which turns out to be poison! It is a artificial, low calorie sweetner that is being used far more than you can imagine. My suggestion: consider safer alternatives and look for aspartame-free gum!
Asked in Desserts, Snacks, and Treats
What sweeteners are commonly found in sugar-free gum and mints?
Asked in Oral Health and Dental Care, Chewing Gum
What are the benifits of chewing gum?
there is a lot of bad and good benefits about gum first it can tear cartilage and most gum is sugar free and if it is sugar free it has aspartame and can lead to cancer and disorders if it has sugar can also lead to a cancer and emotional disorders the good benefits are simply to ... there is no good in gum . Chewing gum is bad but the human body can handle it . Gum is a treat no a daily basis thing . HOPE I HELPED 0_0
Asked in Oral Health and Dental Care
Is sugarless gum really sugarless?