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The Dangers of Artificial Sweetners by DrGodo Facebook Posted Wed 28 Aug 2013 8:35am “Many people are not aware of the profound effect artificial sweeteners like aspartame can have on their nervous system.” A colleague and good friend, Dr. Paul Varnas, told me a story I will never forget. One of his patients had just spent thousands of dollars on an elaborate biochemical workup to find the cause of her chronic headaches and ... Read on »
Diabetes Risk: Sugar-Sweetened vs Artificially Sweetened Beverages by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Mon 04 Feb 2013 3:00am I don't know about you, but it was tough watching the San Francisco 49ers lose last night in the Super Bowl.  But as w/many Americans, I really watch the game for the commercials.  In this year's series, I was particularly curious about the soft drink ads, especially Coke & Pepsi , especially after a a prospective population-based study was ... Read on »
Empty Foods, False Promises: A Look at Artificial Sweeteners and What Sweeteners to Eat by Randi M. Posted Thu 15 Sep 2011 5:44am Have you, like many people today, been a long-time consumer of artificial sweeteners? Do you reach for the "pink stuff" to sweeten your coffee and tea? Do you sprinkle the yellow packet on your morning cereal? Humans love sweet things. This is true going back hundreds and thousands of years from traditional people who a ... Read on »
Sweetener: The Dangers of Artificial Sweeteners by Kodjoworkout Posted Mon 16 Apr 2012 7:00am Substituting sugar with artificial sweeteners has become very common nowadays mainly with people who are on a diet and who have ‘a sweet tooth’ and people who are diabetic. This is due to the fact that artificial sweeteners have few or absolutely no calories. They allow diabetics to enjoy soft drinks, sweets and desired ice-cream without ... Read on »
Real Sugar Vs. Artificial Sweeteners: Which Is Better? by Scott K. Patient Expert Posted Mon 04 May 2009 3:41pm Do you want to hear an amusing quote? This one comes via the coworker who was telling us how bad Plastic #7 is. After he told me how bad my plastic mug full of green tea was (because of the plastic, not the green tea), I picked up his Cherry Coke bottle and replied, “Says the guy drinking 70g of sugar in that one bottle.” Here we go (might no ... Read on »
Artificial sweeteners vs Sugar by Mary Ellen B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 13 May 2008 12:32pm The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved five low-calorie sweeteners for use in a variety of foods. The FDA has established an “acceptable daily intake” (ADI) for each sweetener. This is the maximum amount considered safe to consume each day over a lifetime. ADIs are intended to be about 100 times less than the smallest amount that mig ... Read on »
Artificial Sweeteners: Sipping On Poison, Part 1 by Making Love In The Kitchen Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 08 Dec 2009 12:00am This is day two of the  5 Days Low Glycemic Eating program, where we are balancing out our blood sugar, improving our energy and taking the first step towards kicking our sweet tooth cravings. Not an easy thing. We are so hooked on sweetness that massive powerful industries are built on the fake chemical version of sugar and our we ... Read on »
Artificial sweeteners: A safe alternative to sugar? by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 24 Nov 2008 1:09pm Artificial sweeteners: A safe alternative to sugar? What are sugar substitutes and how much is safe to eat? More than ever, people are consuming large amounts of sugar as part of their daily diet. But in excess, sugar can take its toll. Eating large amounts of sugar adds extra calories, which can cause weight gain. So many people opt for ... Read on »
"Diet Foods & Drinks" With Artificial Sweeteners: Can They Make You Gain Rather Than Lose Weight? Another Study Sa by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 7:33pm Yet another medical study suggests that "diet" drinks and foods just aren't an effective weight loss tool. More specifically, this new study --  from researchers at Purdue University -- reveal that artificially sweetened foods may make you gain -- rather than lose -- weight. What's more, you could pack on body fat to boot. Not only that, ... Read on »