Aspartame which is often hidden under names such as artificial sweeteners is considered to be the absolute most dangerous food additive found in stores today. This poisonous substance amazingly has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration, and is in fact legal. The reason behind this sensation is Eugenics (the practices aimed at improving the genetic composition of a specific population). Adversaries of this method fiercely believe that its constituents were trying to control the human population, and not improve it at all, as suggested.
Aspartame’s main compositions are as follows:
- Aspartic Acid
Aspartame; adverse reactions and its health hazard
“75 percent of the world’s adverse reaction to food additives (reported by the FDA) is caused by Aspartame.” In an alternate synopsis, this substance’s texture would undoubtedly be seen as poison and the recommendation for an adjusted label would read; “not for consumption”. These 3 substances in combination are linked to vast amounts of poor health issues, poison your body, and can kill your healthy brain neurons. Since this product contains Phenylalanine, people who have the genetic condition known as Phenylketonuria (PKU) must avoid it altogether. This product is known to severely affect the health of individuals with this condition and is considered a major health hazard.
Top 10 foods that contain Aspartame (in no specific order):
- Diet Sodas
- Children’s Medicine
- Sugar-Free Products
- Chewing Gum
- Drink Powders
- Flavored Water
- Cooking Sauce
- Table Top Sweeteners
Economics and Aspartame
Aspartame can be used in many food products which will be mentioned above. In some parts of the world it can be found as a table condiment. It is also frequently used as a baking ingredient. When this product is heated, it breaks down, and loses the majority of its sweetness. Sucralose is now considered a more user friendly baking alternative, and keeps it’s sweetness after being heated.