I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – I can’t believe how many people still use the diet sweeteners.
Mainstream advertises that this dangerous product is safe, they sell it in schools and shopping malls, and your doctors are told to stay away from the topic if you ask them about it – it’s too litigious.
My book Sweet Poison first came out in 1997 and today, it is still informing people about the true dangers of the chemical sweeteners.
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Your Amazing Brain
One reason I don’t recommend aspartame is because it was proven in the 1970s to cause holes in your brain. Boy, they have known about this for a long time – and it’s still on the market today.
Sounds like a pretty good reason to avoid it.
One of the original aspartame safety researchers, Dr. John Olney, Research Psychiatrist at the Department of Psychiatry at Washington School of Medicine, pioneered proof of aspartame’s dangerous entry into the brain.
He informed G.D. Searle Pharmaceuticals, the developer of aspartame, warning them that the aspartic acid in aspartame caused holes to form in the brains of his laboratory mice.
Full stop – he thought they’d listen to him.
Dr. Olney proved that excess aspartic acid in the brain destroys brain neurons. He established that approximately 75% of the neural cells in any particular area of the brain could be killed before any clinical symptoms of a chronic illness were even noticed.
Neural cell damage can occur from excessive aspartic acid allowing too much calcium into the cells, triggering excessive amounts of free radicals, which kill brain cells,“ he stated.
Russell L. Blaylock, M.D., provides over 500 scientific references in his book Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills proving that excess-free-excitatory-amino acids (aspartic acid and phenylalanine found in aspartame) cause serious chronic neurological disorders, along with a host of acute physical symptoms.
The risk to infants, children, pregnant women, the elderly, and people with certain chronic health problems caused by excitotoxins is great,” he writes.
The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) stated, “The existence of evidence of potential responses to aspartame between males and females suggests a neuroendocrine link, and should be avoided by women of childbearing age and by individuals with affective disorders.”
Aspartame came on the market as NutraSweet/Equal® in 1982, and by 1992 the FDA had recorded over 92 different health reactions to the chemical sweetener, including the following brain reactions:
- anxiety attacks
- sleep problems
- vision problems
The evidence is clear that artificial sweeteners negatively affect your brain.
Sounds like a pretty good reason to avoid them, to me.
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