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Aspartame (E951) is an artificial sweetener, used in over 6000 products. The food industry claims that aspartame helps in losing weight, but why is obesity then becoming such an ever increasing problem?
Aspartame is a very sweet chemical, responsible for a host of health problems such as obesity, diabetes, MS, epilepsy, cancer, brain disorders, migraines, ADHD, etc.
Shocking aspartame documentary ‘Sweet Misery’:
The US Department of Health has recorded 92 (!) symptoms related to aspartame use. In fact, over 80% of all complaints filed with the FDA are aspartame related!
Aspartame breaks down into three toxic components:
This is poisonous alcohol. In the body, methanol breaks down into formaldehyde, which is a poison.
This decreases the amount serotonin in your brain, which leads to mood swings (depressions) and an increased appetite! That is why aspartame is one of the main causes for the current obesity epidemic.
3. Aspartic acid.
This is a neurological toxin comparable to MSG.
Do no longer believe the lies of the food industry and the ‘main stream’ media. Contrary to what so-called ‘health experts’ claim, aspartame is NOT safe!
In fact, aspartame is a sweet poison developed to make people sick so the pharmaceutical industry can sell expensive medication to ‘treat’ the chronic diseases that are caused by it’s use.
Avoid this toxic chemical for 60 days and discover how your health will improve dramatically!
“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.”
Hosea 4:6 (KJV)
Brand names for aspartame:
AminoSweet, NutraSweet, Equal, NatraTaste, Canderel, Spoonful, Equal-Measure, etc.
Caution! Aspartame is now being replaced in many products by sucralose (Splenda, E955) and/or Neotame (E961), but these sweeteners are also highly toxic!
Aspartame (or other harmful sweeteners) are used in:
Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Fanta Zero, Sprite Zero, Mio, Coke Light, Diet Pepsi, Pepsi Next, Pepsi Max, Crystal Clear, Lipton Ice Tea Zero (Light), Crystal Light, Monster Energy Lo-Carb, Robinson No Sugar Added Fruit Squash, Aquarius Zero, Smint, Stimorol Ice Stimorol Fusion, Freedent, Mentos, Sportlife, Sugarfree, …
Other harmful artificial sweeteners that you should avoid:
Acesulfame K (E950), Cyclamate (E952), Isomalt (E953), Saccharin (E954), Sucralose or Splenda (E955), Alitame (E956), Neohesperidine (E959), Neotame (E961), Salt of Aspartame-Acesulfame (E962), Maltitol (E965), Lactitol (E966), Xylitol (E967), Sorbitol (E420), Mannitol (E421), Glycerol (E422).
Natural sweetener and thus relatively safe:
Healthier sugar alternatives:
Organic raw cane sugar, organic maple syrup, honey and Stevia, the low calorie, all natural sweetener, used in Paraguay for centuries:
Aspartame Detoxification Program:
Playlist ‘The Dangers of Artificial Sweeteners’:
More aspartame videos:
Aspartame-free chewing gum:
How we are being manipulated:
Do you find it difficult to lose weight and live healthy?
The solution is actually quite simple.
Avoid all artificial sweeteners, flavor enhancers and (partially) hydrogenated oils/fats (trans fats) as they are the main causes of obesity and disease.
Stop using fluoridated water and fluoridated toothpaste.
Have your dental amalgam silver fillings removed safely(!) as they cause mercury poisoning.
Do no longer use microwaves as they destroy up to 97% of the nutrients and vitamins in your food!
Read the book ‘Fit for Life’ by Harvey Diamond. This book will transform your life, you’ll never have to get on a diet again for the rest of your life!
Dangerous food additives (E-numbers):
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“Dr. Russell Blaylock speaks about MSG (Monosodium glutamate) and Aspartame and the dangers they have on human health, leading to an increase in degenerative diseases like cancer, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, alzheimer’s, over recent years. He explains in detail how these flavor enhancers are included in almost all processed food (under many names), including products that claim to be a healthy option, such as sugar substitutes and diet beverages.”