Aspartame-free foods?

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  1. sammyb333

    sammyb333 Member

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    Does anybody else try to avoid this?

    I am going to start! At the moment I eat tons of Mullerlights, I use sweetener, and drink a couple of cans of diet coke a day... all of which contain aspartame.

    Do you know of any alterntive free yoghurts/ drinks I could try as replacements?
     
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    dudette2001uk I will be a Princess!

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    If you have a Marks and Spencers near you their Count on Us, Thick and Creamy yoghurts are syn-free and sucralose based rather than aspartame. I think their own brand diet drinks are also sucralose-based.

    Splenda is the main aspartame-free sweetener (sucralose-based) and you can get it in granulated form or tablets. I always use this as I hate the aftertaste of aspartame-based and saccharin-based sweeteners.

    Good luck with the hunt for aspartame free foods hun!

    Sian xxx
     
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    eye6769 Vegetarian who lives2eat

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    you could always buy fat free natural yogurts and add fruit and splenda to them, that way you know whats in them.
     
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