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Kid Craig

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Aspartame cannot be used to prepare cooked foods because

A) its glycemic load becomes too high.
B) once it is heated, the body cannot metabolize it.
C) its amino acids form ketones.
D) heat destroys its flavor.

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Thank you soo much!