Articles tagged "aspartame"


From artificial to natural, the food industry makes a major shift

Extracts from algae, rosemary and monk fruit could soon replace synthetic ingredients and food additives such as Blue No. 1, BHT and aspartame that label-conscious grocery shoppers are increasingly shunning. Research is enabling this shift from artificial colors,

February 13, 2014

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Aspartame danger - urgent warning about tumors and seizures

The laws governing the sale of drugs and food additives require substances be safe for human consumption. The artificial sweetener aspartame primarily consumed in beverages and as a popular sugar substitute has consistently been found to cause tumors and brain seizures

March 10, 2012

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Aspartame withdrawal and side effects explained - Here's how to protect yourself

If you have been drinking diet soda and chewing gum, chances are you have been enjoying aspartame in generous quantities. Aspartame is a popular sugar substitute that can be found in diet soda drinks, chewing gum, fruit spreads and sugar-free products to name a few. It

March 02, 2012

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Deceiving consumers: Artificial Aspartame becomes natural "Aminosweet"

Ajinomoto, maker of aspartame, turns to new malicious strategy which hopes to trick public with renaming and marketing it as natural. Artificial sweetener Aspartame is now rebranded and its called "AminoSweet".Over 25 years ago, aspartame was first introduced into

November 15, 2011


What's really in the food? The A to Z of the food industry's most evil ingredients

Ever wonder what's really in the food sold at grocery stores around the world? People keep asking me, "What ingredients should I avoid?" So I put together a short list that covers all the most toxic and disease-promoting ingredients in the food supply. These are the

October 18, 2011


7 secret ways we are being poisoned

The objectivism of the scientific method seems to have been hijacked by corporations who often pay for scientists to support their products, as well as politicians who move through the revolving door between the private and public sector.  Even worse is that sometimes

July 27, 2011