Proven: As­par­tame Re­ally is Poi­son

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Ac­cord­ing to a new study, as­par­tame, data proves that the ar­ti­fi­cial sweet­ener found in diet so­das and many other prod­ucts causes obe­sity, high blood pres­sure, di­a­betes, heart dis­ease and other se­ri­ous ail­ments that can lead to death.

The tox­i­c­ity of as­par­tame has long been known. The cor­rupt FDA knew how deadly it is when it first ap­proved the toxin for hu­man con­sump­tion.

The new study was con­ducted in Canada by the Univer­sity of Man­i­toba's Ge­orge & Fay Yee Cen­tre for Health­care In­no­va­tion and in­cluded a sys­tem­atic re­view of 37 stud­ies that fol­lowed over 400,000 peo­ple for an av­er­age of 10 years.

Not only do 'diet' food prod­ucts make you sick, they do ab­so­lutely noth­ing to re­duce weight gain but in­stead con­trib­ute to obe­sity.

One of the ways that as­par­tame makes peo­ple sick is by rad­i­cally al­ter­ing the hu­man gut mi­cro­biome. It kills off ben­e­fi­cial bac­te­ria and causes harm­ful mi­crobes to grow in their place. This causes a per­son's over­all health to break down and can com­pro­mise the im­mune sys­tem.

As­par­tame also causes se­vere emo­tional and psy­cho­log­i­cal prob­lems, and it is very ad­dic­tive.

The dam­age from as­par­tame can be trans­mit­ted from a mother to her baby dur­ing preg­nancy.

Along with many other tox­ins in our food sup­ply, as­par­tame can be con­sid­ered a bio-weapon put into our food by some very evil peo­ple who want to keep us sick, dumbed down and re­duce our num­bers.

A po­ten­tially even worse ar­ti­fi­cial sweet­ener is neo­tame, which is based on the as­par­tame formula and is 13,000 times sweeter than ta­ble su­gar. It is in a wide num­ber of foods but is not listed in the in­gre­di­ents be­cause the con­cen­tra­tion is too low. So, it is a se­cret poi­son.

For­tu­nately, we don't have to poi­son our­selves. We can choose to eat health­ier or­ganic whole foods and not make our­selves sick and stupid.

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