I never cease to be amazed when I see someone drinking a diet cola.
It breaks my heart to see a child drinking them.
How many times do you see a child grab a pack of sugarless gum that isn’t labeled sugar-free, and most parents will admit that they’re not well-educated on what sugarless really means.
There’s no excuse – drinking diet colas is all too blatantly wrong.
Sometimes I will say something to them as they pop the ring-top and guzzle down a diet cola, but I doubt that it changes their minds.
I think the best way to convince someone that the diet products are dangerous is to share the evidence that’s online and in the library.
Send them to my websites and recommend reading Sweet Poison. Once they begin to understand the reality of this scam, there’s a chance they’ll stop.
One has to keep the faith, right?
Bottomline, Sweet Poison is a must-read for anyone consuming food or drinks containing aspartame.
It will open their eyes to the proven dangers of artificial sweeteners, and it may save their life or the life of someone they love.
Help others to never pick up another diet drink without learning about the “sweet poison.”
Sadly, it is the best we can do these days to help spread the word.
The Coca Cola® Company surely isn’t going to do it.
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