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Aspartame is, by Far, the Most Dangerous Substance on the Market that is Added To Foods

It hides behind brand names such as NutraSweet, Equal, Spoonful, and Equal-Measure, but its makers cannot conceal that it accounts for 75 percent of adverse reactions to food additives reported...

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New Study Shows Artificial Sweeteners Can Lead to Diabetes

03 Oct 2017 | 38,331 Views

Yet another study has linked artificial sweeteners to impaired glucose response, suggesting they may play a role in Type 2 diabetes. It's time to spread the word that consuming artificial sweeteners impairs your body's response to glucose and can increase risk for obesity and other related health problems.

Aspartame: Decades of Science Point to Serious Health Consequences

29 Aug 2017 | 56,340 Views

Accumulating evidence shows that consuming artificial sweeteners like aspartame may increase your risk of weight gain, diabetes, heart problems and more. Recent research also linked such sweeteners to disruptions of metabolism because the sweet taste your body perceives doesn't match up with the calories consumed.

This Common Food Ingredient Is 'Scary as Hell'

02 May 2017 | 89,227 Views

A popular artificial sweetener consumed by millions of Americans regularly was approved for the market under suspicious circumstances and research continues to question claims of its safety. In fact, recent research has linked it to weight gain, metabolic dysfunction, type 2 diabetes, cancer and more.

Aspartame Use Surges in Children's Drinks

25 Jan 2017 | 38,342 Views

A recent study came out with startling information: Not just adults, but around 25 percent of kids in the US say they regularly consume foods and drinks containing low-calorie sweeteners (LCS), such as aspartame, sucralose and saccharin. That’s a 200 percent increase in LCS consumption for children from 1999 to 2012. And that’s not all - you’ll even find aspartame in children’s medicine.

This Is How Aspartame Causes Obesity

06 Dec 2016 | 70,549 Views

Decades of studies have shown consuming the artificial sweetener aspartame is associated with weight gain, not loss. Now new research shows how this synthetic substance may promote obesity via a surprising mechanism in your gut.

Leaked Podesta Emails Confirm Suspicions About Aspartame Dangers

09 Nov 2016 | 194,847 Views

The risks range from increased cravings and dependence, thereby raising your chances of weight gain, to cardiovascular disease, stroke and Alzheimer's disease, so it would be in your best interest to steer clear from this 'diet' food. But the dangers don't stop there. Are you or someone you know still consuming it?

California Considers Adding Cancer Warning to Aspartame

27 Sep 2016 | 54,486 Views

A long list of side effects and health conditions are associated with this toxic chemical, yet it has been approved by the US FDA and is found in more than 6,000 different products on your grocery store shelves. Read labels to eliminate it from your diet.

Artificial Sweeteners Are Turning Sour

14 Sep 2016 | 59,785 Views

The scientific evidence is becoming too expansive to ignore; artificial sweeteners are linked to a cascade of negative metabolic and neurological effects. While US health agencies continue to claim they're safe, the science says otherwise.

Coke's Cookie Is Crumbling

23 Aug 2016 | 45,913 Views

A leading academic official has been forced to step down after having close ties with soda maker Coca-Cola. Meanwhile, another US health public official was outed for promoting and leading research for the soda giant.

Aspartame Is Trying to Make a Comeback

12 Jul 2016 | 108,955 Views

Less than a year after PepsiCo took the artificial sweetener aspartame out of its Diet Pepsi, the company has announced it’s putting it back in. Now Diet Pepsi drinkers will have a choice of three varieties of artificially sweetened soda from PepsiCo, but don’t be misled: they’re all detrimental to your health.


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