August 2006 Issue

Excess Soda Could Raise Esophageal Cancer Risk

As I was reviewing this article, one particular statement captured my focus: "It's not clear why diet soda...was associated with the risk of weight gain." In our modern times, it is embarrassing for any good scientist to admit they cannot figure out how and why diet sodas stimulate hunger, keep the body in a state of malnutrition, and result in over-eating and weight gain. In my book Splenda® Is It Safe Or Not?, I have written in detail how and why diet chemical sweeteners and "prosthetic" foods cause weight gain, and have sited the laboratory research substantiating this fact. If... Continue Reading

Posted on August 7, 2006 in Splenda & Aspartame | Link

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