Saccharin: Animal studies showed it caused cancer of the bladder, as well as, uterus, ovaries, skin, blood vessels and other organs. It also increases the potency of other carcinogens. FDA required a warning label at one time.
20 million people were exposed to 5 drugs that were recalled in 1997 and 1998 alone—that’s 10% of U.S.
Saccharin contains only 1/8th of a calorie per tsp and approx 300 times sweeter than sugar—they created the foundation for sugar-free products worldwide. It is still used in tabletop sweeteners (pink), toothpaste, baked goods, jams, chewing gum, canned fruit, candy, dessert toppings, salad dressings, and mouthwash. It is stable at high temps, so it can be used for cooking, and is available in powder and liquid form.
Even the U.S. Military warns its pilots against using Aspartame (blue packaged sweetener). It’s additional chemical toxins are DKP, aspartate, methanol, formaldehyde and formic acid, which act as neurotoxins to the brain and accumulate within cells and damages protein and DNA. This kind of exposure leads to memory problems, equilibrium and dexterity impairment; neurobehavioral symptoms; Seizures & Cognitive adverse effects; sleep disturbances,
changes in vision, fatigue, weakness, headaches and skin disorders.
Sucralose, although derived from sugar, IS NOT SUGAR! It is packaged (yellow) as a no-calorie sweetener, a blend for baking and a brown sugar blend. Ironically, it is the only organochlorine ever used for human consumption, in the ranks with others like DDT, Dicofol, Methoxychlor, Chlorobenzilate, Aldrin and Dieldren, Chlordane, Trans-Nonachlor pesticides; PCB’s for insulation; Vinyl Chloride and PVC for plastics mfg; Phosgene and Mustard gas used for chemical warfare; as well as, solvents like Chloroform.
Still think they are SAFE ?
Reactions to poisons:
Headaches & migraines Memory loss Grand Mal Seizures Dizziness/Imbalance Local swelling Change in mood/activity Vomiting & Nausea Difficulty breathing abdominal pain/cramps diarrhea rash sleep problems skin problems hives Urogenital problems Body temp change difficulty swallowing heart rate change chest pain itching fainting gastrointestinal musculoskeletal sensations and localized pain and tenderness speech impaired itching edema coughing sinus problems eczema shock fever dilated eyes shock constipation ADD ADHD Swollen lymph glands change in appetite wheezing hearing dental problems hallucinations blood death eye irritation Heart problems blood pressure/sugar issues metabolism conjunctivitis Other Symptoms...
“I would feel more optimistic about a bright future for man if he spent less time proving that he can outwit nature and more time tasting her sweetness and respecting her seniority.”