Aspartame is a low-calorie artificial sweetener found in a variety of products including diet sodas. "It hides behind brand names such as NutraSweet, Equal, Spoonful, and Equal-Measure, but its makers cannot conceal that it accounts for 75 percent of adverse reactions to food additives reported..."
Aspartame is, by Far, the Most Dangerous Substance on the Market that is Added To FoodsAnd now, new information has come out about this harmful substance: It is made of bacteria feces. Reporter Darrin McBreen unveils the hoax around Aspartame, marketed in a wide-array of products as a safe sugar substitute, but in reality a dangerous, artificial compound that should be avoided.
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