Millions of people are eating and drinking poison every day around the world!   3 comments

We live in a time where you can’t go to a store and buy regular gum without there being Aspartame in it.

But what really is Aspartame?

Aspartame is an artificial non-saccharide sweetner used as sugar substitute and was discovered in 1965 by the company Searle. Searle’s own studies on monkeys showed that a big amount of the monkeys died and got cancer. Due to these kinds of studies it took Searle three seperate attempts in the 1970’s to get an approval to use Aspartame. In 1981 Aspartame was approved by FDA, with the product branded as “NutraSweet”, as a table top sweetner and in 1983 the FDA approved Aspartame to be used in carbonated beverages.

Now we have studies in mainstream news from EU that shows that there are lower birth weights, early births and miscarriages from women who drink soft drinks with Aspartame in it, like Coca Cola Zero.

The way that Aspartame is created is by feeding toxic waste to a bacteria known as E. Coli and then the bacteria defecates matter that is gentically engineered to become Aspartame.

Aspartame has so many side effects that I wont be able to list them all in this post. But some of the major things are blindness, birth defects, epileptic seizures, severe depression, anxiety, personality changes, high blood pressure, palpitations, menstrual changes and most importantly, DEATH.

If you want to read more about the side effects, then go to this link: http://www.sweetpoison.com/aspartame-side-effects.html

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