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Aspartame’s Name Changed to Amino Sweet: A Toxin By Another Name is Still a Toxin

April 10th, 2014
Updated  04/10/2014 at 1:00 am

Natural Society has been talking about the dangers of Aspartame for quite some time now. It is a dangerous  artificial sweetener found in many of the foods we consume every day,  including soft drinks, chewing gum, breakfast cereals, and jams. Now,  it’s important to know that aspartame may be disguised as a new name in your  favorite foods – aminosweet.

Used as a sugar substitute and often marketed as Nutrasweet and  Equal, aspartame is an excitotoxin that destroys the  brain and body. Its use has been a controversial subject since the 1980s when  the CEO of Searle, Donald Rumsfeld, pushed for it’s approval to be sold on  the market. Now, its name is being changed, with FDA approval, to try to dupe millions into purchasing and consuming this  toxin once again.

Aspartame, even renamed Amino Sweet, is not safe. This substance is made using genetically modified bacteria in the US,  but according to a Monsanto source, the UK market does not have to eat  genetically modified bacteria excrement. Many ‘low-calorie’ foods contain GMO  aspartame, however, even overseas. Aspartame may cause blindness, cancer, and brain tumors

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