Sickening Sweetener Chemicals Cause Fat & Diabetes #1-4

Sickening Sweetener Chemicals Cause Fat & Diabetes?

Sickening Sweetener Chemicals Cause Fat & Diabetes… Post #1-4

The advantage of real sugar is that it is harder to lie to yourself to think that bad is good. 

Artificial sweeteners (do a search “Are artificial sweeteners pesticides?) have spent hundreds of millions of dollars on advertising propaganda to provide the illusion that they won’t make you fat or cause the health problems of sugar.

They do make you fat. They do cause health problems.

The image of fat people with 20 oz cups of flavored chemically sweetened sugar water surrounded by a feast of fast foods have almost become routine when someone talks about the excesses of life.

US factory food producers either accidentally or deliberately do their best to make people fat because fat people consume more of their fattening foods then develop degenerative diseases that create profits for the dark pharma and mainstream medical rackets.

First understand the process. Then begin to investigate alternatives to the fat lifestyle promotions offered through advertising.

Advertising focuses on convenience and taste. So look for ways that you achieve convenience, taste, & health. You’ll be surprised how many better choices you can find once you start looking and experimenting for yourself.    

Sickening Sweetener Chemicals Cause Fat & Diabetes

Sickening Sweetener Chemicals Cause Fat & Diabetes +? Flickr: Kurt Nordstrom-Paradise Found

How Artificial Sweeteners Confuse Your Body into Storing Fat and Inducing Diabetes

By Dr. Mercola As noted in the featured video, there are currently five different artificial sweeteners on the market.

The one you’re most likely to encounter is aspartame, which also tends to be the worst of the bunch. Aspartame and other artificial sweeteners are primarily promoted to diabetics and those concerned about their weight.

This despite the fact that artificial sweeteners have repeatedly been shown to produce the exact opposite effects: Research shows that aspartame worsens insulin sensitivity to a greater degree than sugar Artificial sweeteners have also been found to promote weight gain, in more ways than one.

Over time, artificial sweeteners have also crept into a wide variety of products not directly targeting diabetics and dieters.

Artificial sweeteners are added to about 6,000 different beverages, snacks, and food products, making label-reading an ever pressing necessity.

Disturbingly, food industry groups are now trying to hide the presence of artificial sweeteners in certain foods…

Like GMOs, Industry Wants to Hide Artificial Sweeteners in Foods

Last year, the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) filed a petition with the FDA requesting the agency amend the standard of identity for milk and 17 other dairy products, in order to allow for the addition of artificial sweeteners without having to indicate their use on the label.

The IDFA claims the proposed amendments would “promote more healthful eating practices and reduce childhood obesity by providing for lower-calorie flavored milk products” since many children are more inclined to drink flavored milk products than unflavored milk.

Not only is IDFA behind the push to put aspartame in milk,  but they are also one of four trade organizations suing Vermont1 in an effort to overturn the state’s GMO labeling law, which was passed in May. It would seem that, far from being concerned…

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