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The April 19, 2010 issue of Journal of Urology has published an article suggesting that diet soda is actually an effective type of medicine for preventing kidney stones. DON'T BUY INTO IT!
REUTERS: Diet Soda Promoted To Prevent Kidney Stones
The research was led by Dr Brian H. Eisner, a urologist at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA USA. The study concentrates on citrate, of which relatively high amounts are found in diet drinks. Citrate is known to inhibit the formation of calcium oxalate stones, the most common form of kidney stone. However, all of the diet sodas he refers to have aspartame in them.
"This is like saying: okay, you can drink anti-freeze because it has this other good thing in it that will prevent this... Talk about double-speak. I wonder how much he was paid to mention the brand labels of the soft drinks!?" commented journalist and author David Lawrence Dewey.
Personally, I am gob smacked at the publicity that aspartame continues to receive as being a perfectly harmless food additive. Human beings are now becoming "disposable." Human health is second to profits in our modern society.
Please do not buy into this shoddy science, and when someone uncovers WHO financed this research, please let me know!
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