Aspartame, a neurotoxin commonly used in diet drinks is being linked to negative health effects. IN fact, a recent study shows that women who contain more than two diet drinks a day may be putting their live at risk due to deteriorating cardio vascular health. The consumption of aspartame is effecting more than just women however. Across all genders, aspartame can lead to weight gain and possibly brain tumors according to new studies.
- Diet soda pop is neither healthy nor safe, as research continues to show.
- It’s primary sweetening constituent in most cases, aspartame, is a damaging neurotoxin that can lead to a host of chronic health issues, including cancer.
- They looked at 60,000 women who consumed aspartame-laden diet beverages over the course of 10 years and found that those who consume two or more diet drinks per day are significantly more prone than other women to develop cardiovascular disease — and to die from it.
“Aspartame specifically has also been shown in studies to actually make people more hungry than if they simply consumed sugar.”