Artificial Sweeteners

24 DECEMBER 2015

Why You Should Never Eat High Fructose Corn Syrup

In America today, we are eating huge doses of sugar, especially high fructose corn syrup. It is sweeter and cheaper than regular sugar and is in every processed food and sugar-sweetened drink.

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4 NOVEMBER 2015

Most People Know That Soda Leads To Weight Gain — But Not How Many Calories Are In Soda: Study

Even though it’s widely known that soda can contribute to weight gain, the majority of adults don’t actually know how many calories are in a bottle of soda, a new study reveals.

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8 OCTOBER 2015

Aspartame: The Bitter Truth Behind This Toxic Sweetener

Sadly, these are only a few of the dangerous effects of drinking diet soda, really this list could go on and on! And hey, if your main concern is looking good, diet soda really stains your teeth.

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7 OCTOBER 2015

Diet soda, aspartame linked to premature deaths in women

A decade-long study of 60,000 women has confirmed that drinking diet soda sweetened with aspartame is linked with a 30 percent increase in heart attack risk and a 50 percent increase in death risk.

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28 SEPTEMBER 2015

Diet Cola Equals Depression

Do you feel that soft drinks affect your mood?

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18 SEPTEMBER 2015

Diet soda drinker? You may be slowly drinking to your death

You may want to think twice before you pop open another can of diet soda because researchers say the word “diet” may be misleading.

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17 SEPTEMBER 2015

How to Avoid Aspartame

It poisons the body by breaking down into formaldehyde, which is toxic and is found in cigarettes. Even if you are not allergic to phenylalanine, then it is still a good idea to avoid aspartame, so this guide will teach you how to cut back.

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16 SEPTEMBER 2015

The Truth About Diet Soda

The issue with diet soda is that the artificial sweeteners used are actually 200-300 times sweeter than natural sugar.

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24 AUGUST 2015

Sugar Is Now The Number One Enemy In The Western Diet

The UN has identified tobacco, alcohol and poor diet as central risk factors. The first two have been regulated by governments in order to protect public health, but poor diet is actually responsible for more disease than smoking, alcohol and physical inactivity combined.

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20 AUGUST 2015

Diet soda could be causing you to overeat

Artificially sweetened drinks are being blamed — again — for sabotaging diets in a new US study that found diet soda could lead to increased food intake.

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