Professor Tom Sanders
[T. A. B. Sanders BSc, PhD, DSc (London), Professor of Nutrition & Dietetics, King's College London (University of London). An 'expert' promoting aspartame. This was in the end paragraph, called 'The Verdict', to an article looking at aspartame. See: Dr Vincent Marks, who promotes sugar.]
"The key point is that we can help people to live healthier lives if they can reduce their calorie intake. Sweeteners (aspartame) have a valuable role to play in the fight against obesity."--Prof Tom Sanders, head of nutritional science at King's College, London (Daily Mail Oct 12, 2004).
A real expert:
"How silly of you to think that Nutrasweet replaced sugar — it didn't. It increased the craving for sugar and the percentage of people overweight also has increased. That couldn't be Nutrasweet's fault, could it?-- BEATING THE FOOD GIANTS by Paul A. Stitt
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