by Dr. Al
you’re a diet soda lover, here’s something to consider…
That soft drink may be refreshing but the evidence is
mounting that it’s cancer in a can.
Yet, thanks to the FDA, you won’t find a label anywhere
that warns of the serious risks of the artificial
chemical used to make these taste so sweet without
sugar. In fact, the FDA has been strangely silent about
Today, I’ll tell you about very real problems with
NutraSweet, or aspartame – and how you can sweeten your
favorite foods and drinks naturally and safely.
A new study not only reinforces my view that aspartame
in sufficient doses is a poison that can lead to
vomiting, diarrhea, seizures, and incurable cancers but
also adds something new…
What’s new is the evidence that levels of NutraSweet
similar to those found in diet soft drinks cause breast
cancer, leukemia, lymphoma, and malignant tumors in
They also discovered a sobering fact for expecting
mothers: when exposed to aspartame from fetal life
onwards, the risk that your child will eventually
develop life-threatening cancer increases dramatically.
So if you’re pregnant, I recommend that you put that
diet soft drink down – right now. And tell your young
ones to do the same.
You’re probably wondering why you haven’t heard anything
about this. If NutraSweet is so unsafe, American
consumers would know, right?
Well they should. Yet the Food and Drug Administration
has ignored numerous calls from top American scientists
to review aspartame’s health risks. In fact, they’ve
repeatedly rejected requests from respected researchers
at the National Institute of Environmental Health
Sciences to conduct more research.
This especially ironic when you consider that aspartame
accounts for 75% of all side effects reported to the
FDA’s Adverse Reaction Monitoring System (ARMS). These
include nausea, vertigo, anxiety attacks, migraines,
arthritis, asthma, insomnia, memory loss, convulsions,
vomiting, and chronic fatigue (among others).
As if that weren’t disturbing enough, aspartame is
everywhere on supermarket shelves. You’ll find
NutraSweet in over 5,000 consumer products. So be sure
to check the ingredients before you buy cookies, chewing
gum, ice cream, or anything labeled “sugar-free.” You
may be consuming significant quantities of aspartame
without realizing it.
My advice is to steer clear of any product that contains
NutraSweet. If you find that you’re suffering from any
of the symptoms I’ve mentioned, stop consuming any
“sugar-free” products for at least 60 days and see if
they go away.
If you love sweet beverages, natural fruit juices are
good for you if they are fresh made.
And if you’re looking for a safe additive to make your
tea or coffee sweet without sugar, consider using
stevia. It’s a natural herbal sweetener, and it’s
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Comments from Gene
I've been concerned about NutraSweet for some time and drink
very few sodas.
The caffeine/aspartame combination blocks the formation of
serotonin in the brain and will increase your appetite for
high sugar foods.
It appears that Splenda may be a better choice but there is
growing concern that it also may have problems.
Regular sodas are sweetened with high fructose corn syrup,
which has a host of problems of its own. The answer appears
to be water.
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