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So you are saying, the indispensible amino acid phenylalanine has caused the deaths of millions nad contributed to the ill health of million more. Could you provide some data to support this claim, as phenylalanine is found in virtually every single protein avialable (bar perhaps GMP).
Or are you attempting to say the unsupported health risks of aspartame are releated to its phenylalanine content. Its hard to tell with your hyperbole mixed in with other conspiracy theories.

Posted by JC Carter
17 February 2013 | 21h53

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