In 1983, I started getting horrific migraines. They stopped in 2002 after having a stroke and months of investigation.
It was actually my husband’s kidneys going wrong that prompted the removal of aspartame in our diet.
Reading every label, I discovered Wrigley’s® started putting aspartame in their chewing gum in 1983 – Big Red, Juicy Fruit, etc.
These were NOT LABELED SUGAR FREE CHEWING GUMS ! Why not?
Thanks a lot for decades of suffering, Wrigley’s Corp.
Turn The Ingredients Around
Since some corporations do not label their products as sugar-free, even though they contain the chemical sweeteners, turn the packaging around and read the ingredients – especially for gum.
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