The Aspartame Breakdown

May 8, 2007

The previous entry described aspartame, a carcinogenic sweetener, that can alter dna and cause baby mice to be born with holes in their brains. This ingredient is very common and hard to avoid.

Once again, it causes cancer and alters dna in controlled experiments. Aspartame is not correlated with cancer and altering dna, it has been found to be the sole cause of cancer and dna alteration in controlled experiments.

Common products with aspartame, or, common products that can increase the likelihood you will develop cancer:

Wrigley’s gum
Cool Mint® Listerine PocketPaks® Breath Strips
FreshBurst® Listerine PocketPaks® Breath Strips
Crystal Light
Most diet sodas such as Diet Coke, Diet Pepsi, Diet Ginger Ale, Fresca

Responding to news that many food and beverages you enjoy contain poison is difficult. These are only a few of over 6,000 products that contain aspartame. Please look at your labels and make the very hard change to your routines. Throw it away. Don’t buy it again.

It causes many other adverse affects because it breaks down into formaldehyde.

The human body is like a sponge, and these toxins accumulate over time.

The Environment Working Group tested the umbilical cords of 10 newborns in U.S. hospitals during August and September of 2004 and found 287 chemicals of which “180 cause cancer in humans or animals, 217 are toxic to the brain and nervous system, and 208 cause birth defects or abnormal development in animal tests.” Some of these chemicals were pesticides banned over 30 years ago.

It is an assumption that products for sale at delis and grocery stores are safe, but unfortunately, they definitely are not. It may feel like a burden to judge the safety of your food and beverage, especially when there are agencies created to do so for you. These agencies are currently not under the best direction, and in the meantime, you can check labels yourself.

If we stop buying these products, they will change, and more healthy products will become available.

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2 Responses to “The Aspartame Breakdown”

  1. mark Says:

    “If we stop buying these products, they will change, and more healthy products will become available.” yes!


  2. Manufacturers may not change for our health, but they will change for our money!


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