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  Aspartame is found in a variety of foods, including desserts and beverages under the brand names Canderel and Pous-suc. Because of its high sweetening power, the properties of the aspartame agent gained market attraction in the early 1980s. Because of its negative health effects, aspartame has received increased attention. It is currently approved by a number of regulatory agencies and health organizations, including the FDA (Food and Drug Administration), the American Dietetic Association, the American Heart Association, and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization.

  Aspartame, one of the most commonly used artificial sweeteners nowadays, is primarily used in the food and beverage industries. It is a non-saccharide sweetener that is nearly 200 times sweeter than sucrose, also known as table sugar. As a result, it is primarily used in low-calorie products, particularly diet sodas, because small amounts of aspartame produce the same effect as larger amounts of sugar. As a result, aspartame does not contribute to tooth decay.

  Another significant advantage of aspartame is the presence of amino acids, which serve as the building blocks of protein. In fact, food safety authorities consider an intake of 40 mg of aspartame per kg of body weight to be safe.

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