What are the Toxic Side Effects Of Methanol?

Whether found in aspartame, alcohol, or as an environmental pollutant, methanol is toxic. The methanol found in aspartame is synthetic methanol, becomes free-form at 86 degrees Fahrenheit, and quickly absorbs into the bloodstream. Methanol exposure causes lethargy, confusion (brain “fog”), leg cramps and joint aches, lower back pain, severe headaches, stomach cramping and IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), impaired articulation, fainting (vertigo and dizziness), visual loss and eye damage, labored breathing and asthma symptoms.

Recent studies from Europe have proven aspartame's negative health effects on memory loss. Go to the Tsakaris Study and to my explanation of the study.
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