Diet Soda: Warning Label Needed?

May 29, 2017

Stroke and dementia too? Yes, you can add those to the health risks of diet soda consumption.
Natural health advocates have known for quite some time that artificial sweeteners like aspartame are dangerous and to be avoided. They’ve been associated with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and leukemia in men. These health effects aren’t all that surprising when we consider that ten percent of aspartame is methanol, which is converted to formaldehyde which, in turn, is converted to formic acid—which is used to strip epoxy!
According to a new study, we can, in fact, add increased risk of stroke and dementia to the list of dangers.
Read the full story here, and check out our previous coverage of how aspartame originally got FDA approval through blatant cronyism here.
 

Other articles in this week’s Pulse of Natural Health:

FDA Standing in the Way of You Starting a Family?
Sweden Rejects Forced Vaccinations
Effort to Kill New Vaccine Studies Fails
 

2 responses to “Diet Soda: Warning Label Needed?”

  1. Kevin says:

    How do they sell this stuff? It looks like dirty water, tastes like crap, not only doesn’t quench your thirst but it makes you more thirsty than before you drank it because its a diuretic and if you want to know why it is drank cold its because its toxic chemicals can’t be tasted when its cold. Try a hot diet soda to find out what it really tastes like.

  2. AlanV says:

    There are tons of medical literature , this article grossly fails to highlight, that’s seriously attests to this fact…. it’s Fking scary this sh** allowed

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