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WikiLeaks emails mention aspartame, acknowledging it puts holes in mice brains

old message WikiLeaks emails mention aspartame, acknowledging it puts holes in mice brains Darrell Miller 11/23/16


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Date: November 23, 2016 10:59 AM
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Subject: WikiLeaks emails mention aspartame, acknowledging it puts holes in mice brains





Aspartame is bad for us and has been for some time. There are many negative effects of aspartame recorded over the last 20 plus years. People still have done nothing to get rid of this horrible thing because it makes things appear to be better for you. People are just ignoring scientific evidience.

Key Takeaways:

  • Aspartame is a substance that has been relentlessly scrutinized by the natural health community, and yet also receives an astonishing amount of praise from many mainstream medical practitioners. It's heralded as a safe alternative to sugar.
  • Unfortunately, the history of how aspartame came to be a societal mainstay is not a sweet one. Before becoming legal, aspartame was banned twice by the FDA. According to The Daily Health Post, in 1977, aspartame triggered the first criminal investigation of a manufacturer to ever be launched by the agency.
  • Emails belonging to John Podesta that were released by WikiLeaks, didn't just provide a broader view of establishment corruption; they also uncovered concerns about NutraSweet, which is primarily comprised of aspartame.

"Unfortunately, the history of how aspartame came to be a societal mainstay is not a sweet one."



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