Archive for the ‘Artificial Sweeteners’ Category


Can Sugar Induce Alzheimer’s Disease?

Posted on February 24th, 2015 by comadm  |  No Comments »

Did you know that contrary to popular belief, the brain does not rely on sugar or glucose to function? Instead, it functions better when using alternative fuels from healthy fats like coconut oil. In fact, sugar consumption, according to Dr. Joseph Mercola, is actually one of the MAIN factors for the rising epidemic of brain […]


Sucralose Dangers: The Disturbing Truth About Splenda

Posted on June 6th, 2014 by comadm  |  No Comments »

If you’re diabetic, overweight, or simply advised by your physician to cut back on your sugar consumption, chances are you’ve been recommended to use sucralose, also known as Splenda. It’s a bestselling artificial sweetener worldwide, found in tens of thousands of processed food products that are sold in 90 different countries today. But don’t be […]


The Truth About Stevia: Why Is the FDA Snubbing This Natural Sweetener?

Posted on March 11th, 2014 by comadm  |  No Comments »

Excessive sugar consumption is the primary cause of increased insulin levels, one of the risk factors for health conditions like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity and weight gain, diabetes, and other chronic diseases. To protect themselves from these risks of high sugar, many people have now turned to artificial sugar alternatives like aspartame and […]


Aspartame: A Sweet Trap for Your Health

Posted on April 20th, 2012 by comadm  |  1 Comment »

Although aspartame is widely used in the United States, Dr. Joseph Mercola and a growing body of research believe that it is one of the most dangerous food additives on the market. Aspartame is used in more than 6,000 products and is promoted as a healthy alternative to sugar. However, research published in Drug and […]


Chronic Kidney Disease and Beyond: Theories Behind the Rising Death Toll in Nicaragua

Posted on March 23rd, 2012 by comadm  |  1 Comment »

Chronic kidney disease is a very familiar condition among Americans. In the United States, this disorder is often caused by diabetes and high blood pressure. However, it was discovered through research that the rate of chronic kidney disease is 10 times higher in Central America, specifically Nicaragua, than in the US. Unlike in the US, […]

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