Beginning next week, PepsiCo will offer aspartame-free Diet Pepsi following concerns that the artificial sweetener can cause health problems.
Is drinking diet soda bad for your health? It has no sugar, calories, fat, or carbohydrates, so you would think it’s fine. But the truth is: it is not.
Stevia has been touted for many years as a natural substitute for sugar and various artificial sweeteners, but not all stevia is created equal.
Perhaps the most tragic story concerning the artificial sweetener, aspartame, has come to light in the UK with a teenager’s recent death.
Succumbing to public pressure, Pepsi has announced that it will be removing the artificial sweetener aspartame from its Diet Pepsi soda product.
Some studies claim that vitamins are doing more harm than good, but the researchers are not telling you it is actually synthetic vitamins that are harmful.
Research continually shows that diet soda is a weak weight loss tool. In fact, a recent study linked diet soda consumption with an increase in waist lines.
This video explains how artificial sweeteners mess with your brain in numerous ways – often even causing you to consume more than you normally would.
Be sure to steer clear of these 9 sneaky, health-harming food additives when you are getting ready to prepare your Thanksgiving spread.
There are numerous reasons to avoid potentially dangerous artificial sweeteners like Splenda and Aspartame. Here they are.
Is chewing gum bad for you, or is it nothing to worry about? Here are 4 things you should know about chewing gum before you buy that next pack.
While everyone wants to count calories to lose weight, too many individuals overlook an important aspect to keeping fit and vital – toxic chemical overload.
While there are countless disease-causing toxic compounds infiltrating our bodies, here are 4 prevalent toxins causing damage – especially to the brain.
Aspartame is an excitotoxin that destroys the brain and body. Now, aspartame is being disguised as a new name in your favorite foods – aminosweet.
Researchers from Purdue reviewed a dozen studies published within the last five years on the health risks of consuming diet soda. The news is not positive.
We all know that soda is health-damaging due to sugars, but it doesn’t end there. Here’s what’s really in Coca-Cola’s famous Coke soda:
Scientists are calling for further study of the popular additive aspartame, made from genetically modified bacteria and linked to numerous health issues.