Aspartame dangers

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Aspartame – the most dangerous sweetener of modern age?

More than ninety countries approved the use of aspartame in thousands of food products.

Reducing intake of sugar in your diet is a great idea, but keep in mind that aspartame is not a good substitute for sugar.

Research suggests that he is one of the most dangerous substances in food products.

Truth about aspartame

In all the advertisements of aspartame, it is stated that aspartame is a natural product, and it consists of two amino acids, but this is not entirely true.

These two amino acids, aspartic acid and phenylalanine, constitute 90 per cent of the content of aspartame, while 10 percent makes the methyl ester, which is a few hours after consumption converted into methanol.

Methanol is a toxin that destroys myelin tissue in your body. Myelin tissue in the body performs an important function as an insulating material around nerves, which allows nerve signals travel unhindered.


Due to the excessive intake of methanol occur headache, dizziness, nausea, indigestion, fever, memory problems, rapid heartbeat, numbness and sudden pain.

The most famous problems arising from excessive use of methanol are problems with vision, like frosted vision, reduction of visual areas, the eclipse of vision, retinal damage, even blindness!

Also, aspartic acid can cause multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, hyperactivity, memory loss, Parkinson’s disease and brain damage.

And phenylalanine is a dangerous substance. Phenylalanine, over a long period of time, can cause emotional disturbances and depression, headaches and memory loss.

In 1994. US FDA issued a report on the harmful effects of aspartame with a long list of side effects. These include ..

headaches and migraines
dizziness and nausea
rapid heartbeat
joint pains
unrest and panic attacks
loss of vision and hearing
rapid heartbeat
loss of consciousness and death
According to scientists who worked on the study of side effects of aspartame, aspartame is artificial sweetener that can worsen or trigger the following diseases:

brain tumors
multiple sclerosis
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Parkinson’s disease
Alzheimer’s disease
mental retardation
birth defects


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