I am going to guess that unless there was some incredible coincidence, you don't know, because chances are you didn't think about marzipan until I asked you, which wasn't 5 minutes before you've read this post. But you are thinking about it now, maybe you are thinking "I hate marzipan", or "Since when does marzipan comes in flavors?", or "Almond, it's always almond". Whatever marzipan related thoughts or questions you might have, they probably started with me asking.
When you ask him if he still loves you, why he loves you, why you and not someone else, or any of those, you are probably making him ask himself those same very questions, questioning his love for you can have the unfortunate consequence of making him question his love for you, which is a problem, because love is very hard to rationalize.
Now, take a deep breath. I have years of experience as the insecure one and I know how the whole "My fear of getting pushed away is going to make them push me away" thing is one hell of a cycle to break. Breath in and look at it from the other side, this gives you control. If he will fall out of love because of his own internal process, there's probably nothing you can do about it, but you can sure as hell make sure you won't be the one to push him away.