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The Dangers of Aspartame

by / 6 Comments / 70 View / October 28, 2014

Did you know that 80% of all complaints to the FDA are for adverse reactions to ASPARTAME?

Aspartame is an artificial (you know, like plastic apples are artificial) sweetener 200x sweeter than sugar so it is used widely. It can be found in over 6,000 products. See the video below to learn much more and why you need to stay away from this stuff!

So why on earth are you still consuming this?

Do you have any tips about today’s topic? Leave a comment below and let’s start a conversation.

6 Comment

  1. I use honey with my tea and granulated sugar or brown sugar when I bake homemade goodies for our family.

    • Raw honey is an awesome choice as well! Thanks for the tips!!!

  2. Amazing video! It’s really upsetting to know how dangerous and risky it is and yet it’s put in so many foods. Thank you for sharing such valuable information!

    • Thank you for listening!

  3. Very interesting video, thanks for sharing it. The problem with aspartame is very similar to one with smoking or drinking alcohol. People sometimes drink alcohol for 20 – 30 years without any problems and liver damage gradually builds up and then one day the patient starts suffering from liver cirrhosis or inflammation of the pancreas associated with alcohol abuse.

    The same goes with aspartame. Its decomposition products attack our body for quite a long time and one day it just says stop and we are in trouble.

    If the results of scientific studies confirm that aspartame can be connected with some disorders, FDA should ban it and food and beverage manufacturers should stop using it and replace it by something else, which is not so harmful.

    I have recently written a detailed post on aspartame and how it poisons the body. If anyone is interested, here is the link: http://medlicker.com/751-aspartame-poisoning

    • Awesome! Thanks for the resource!

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