Some people don’t experience noticeable side effects from using chemical sweeteners, and many times, your health reactions are used as “proof” that there are problems with their health safety.
It’s not uncommon for health symptoms to appear over time, after years of using the diet sweeteners over a long period of use.
Memory loss is a good example.
Memory loss typically doesn’t appear all of a sudden. It’s like a slow boil – it creeps up on you and over time, it accumulates into a noticeable issue.
The Tsakiris study in Greece showed that when a healthy person with normal body function, such as a young child, starts using chemicals such as aspartame when no memory loss has occurred, their aspartame use can eventually lead to down-regulation of brain receptors, and ultimately disrupts memory and learning.
Beginning as early as the 1960s, aspartame researchers proved time and again that aspartame creates neurological problems.
Today, aspartame safety studies are still going on, and the results are still showing memory loss, nerve disorders, and multiple forms of cancer caused by aspartame use.
If you have been using aspartame and are experiencing memory loss or confusion, stop all aspartame use ASAP. Over time, see if your memory improves.
The Tsakiris Study
The Tsakiris study, Department of Experimental Physiology, Medical School, University of Athens, Greece and the Institute of Child Health, Research Center, Aghia Sophia Children’s Hospital, Athens, Greece, proved that the over-use of aspartame, as well as the long-term effects, impair memory.
The research concluded that high levels of aspartame and cumulative toxic concentrations of aspartame’s by-products increased memory loss. Additionally, neurological symptoms, including learning and memory processes, appeared in the study to be related to the high or toxic concentrations of this chemical sweetener.
Why would you want to take this risk?
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