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92 Different Side Effects Of Aspartame

There are over 92 different health side effects associated with aspartame consumption


  • blindness in one or both eyes
  • decreased vision and/or other eye problems such as: blurring, bright flashes, squiggly lines, tunnel vision, decreased night vision
  • pain in one or both eyes
  • decreased tears
  • trouble with contact lenses
  • bulging eyes


  • tinnitus – ringing or buzzing sound
  • severe intolerance of noise
  • marked hearing impairment


  • epileptic seizures
  • headaches, migraines and (some severe)
  • dizziness, unsteadiness, both
  • confusion, memory loss, both
  • severe drowsiness and sleepiness
  • paresthesia or numbness of the limbs
  • severe slurring of speech
  • severe hyperactivity and restless legs
  • atypical facial pain
  • severe tremors


  • severe depression
  • irritability
  • aggression
  • anxiety
  • personality changes
  • insomnia
  • phobias


  • palpitations, tachycardia
  • shortness of breath
  • recent high blood pressure


  • nausea
  • diarrhea, sometimes with blood in stools
  • abdominal pain
  • pain when swallowing

Skin and Allergies

  • itching without a rash
  • lip and mouth reactions
  • hives
  • aggravated respiratory allergies such as asthma

Endocrine and Metabolic

  • loss of control of diabetes
  • menstrual changes
  • marked thinning or loss of hair
  • marked weight loss
  • gradual weight gain
  • aggravated low blood sugar (hypoglycemia)
  • severe PMS


  • frequency of voiding and burning during urination
  • excessive thirst, fluid retention, leg swelling, and bloating
  • increased susceptibility to infection

Additional Symptoms of Aspartame Toxicity include the most critical symptoms of all

  • death
  • irreversible brain damage
  • birth defects, including mental retardation
  • peptic ulcers
  • aspartame addiction and increased craving for sweets
  • hyperactivity in children
  • severe depression
  • aggressive behavior
  • suicidal tendencies

Aspartame may trigger, mimic, or cause the following illnesses:

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Epstein-Barr
  • Post-Polio Syndrome
  • Lyme Disease
  • Grave’s Disease
  • Meniere’s Disease
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • ALS
  • Epilepsy
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • EMS
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Mercury sensitivity from Amalgam fillings
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Lupus
  • non-Hodgkins
  • Lymphoma
  • Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)


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  1. John E. Garst, Ph.D. (Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Nutrition)
    October 10th, 2010 10:25

    Aspartame is perfectly safe used as directed as judged by regulatory authorities worldwide. Claims of some 92+ safety issues from aspartame are not only unsubstantiated, but an alternate explanation for such arguments is likely.

    ALL issues with aspartame arise, not from any aspartame safety issue, but from heightened PERSONAL sensitivities caused by a deficiency of the vitamin folic acid, by genetic folate enzyme differences (called polymorphisms that require more folate for the same function), by related methyl cycle issues like low B12, by high blood homocysteine, by ethanol abuse and by still other related issues possibly including childhood insect stings that might make a person frankly allergic. Sensitive people should visit with his (her) physician about their sensitivity, because those reporting sensitivity to aspartame may be at substantial risk of disease and cancer due to the above mentioned, referenced issues that have nothing to do with aspartame. Moreover, folate and these related issues, not aspartame, are linkable directly to nearly all 92 claimed side-effects of aspartame.

    This whole issue is much like the proverbial camel already burdened by the many above-cited issues; the otherwise insignificant aspartame compares similarly to the straw that broke the camel’s back. No reasonable person would call that straw the damaging offender, but those fostering this conspiracy theory do just that. The concerned reader must realize that this long-failed aspartame internet conspiracy theory is fostered by Roberts, Blaylock, Mercola and others; commentary on these three is warranted. None are trained in pharmacology-toxicology and it shows. Consider critic Roberts, who has done a bunch of studies suggesting some people have reactions to aspartame that disappear when aspartame is no longer used. Unfortunately, he has never done any studies that even considered these vitamin and related issues I mentioned earlier. Most of Roberts criticisms are anecdotal letters to the editor that rarely receive peer review. But consider this one recent example, While Roberts (2007) presents the only claimed association between aspartame and thrombocytopenia. Analysis ( of “folate deficiency, thrombocytopenia” (without quotes) revealed over 100 such citations for folate deficiency (on March 27, 2009). His one report stands against over 100 linking this issue to folate deficiency. That would suggest he has a 99 in 100 chance of being wrong and that this is but another personal sensitivity issue unrelated to aspartame safety.

    Critic Blaylock has never published anything in the primary literature about aspartame, but he writes books on this subject, based on anecdotal evidence from twenty years ago, before folate fortification became mandatory in 1998.

    Mercola recently presented his case against aspartame at the Huffington Post only to be reprimanded by some serious studied opposition, see Readers should also consider Mercola’s credibility and that same credibility issue extends to all those fostering this conspiracy theory.

    John E. Garst, Ph.D. (Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Nutrition)


    • October 13th, 2010 8:47

      You stated “Aspartame is perfectly safe used as directed as judged by regulatory authorities worldwide.”
      The underlying point is that it is not being used as directed nor is the reccommended usage safe.


  2. October 7th, 2010 14:10

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