Sugar Vs Aspartame Which Is Worse?

Sugar Vs Aspartame Which Is Worse?

The video reveals despicable actions taken by the soft drink industry to make us thirsty in order to move us past safe limits of our body’s ability to handle occasional indulgence in flavored sugar & artificial sweetener waters.

Our health is considered and then sacrificed for their profit.

Turning on our intelligence requires information, curiosity, questioning authority, being suspicious of commercials, politicians, and mainstream media who get paid hundreds billions of dollars supporting the bad health maintenance industries.

The Bitter Truth About Sugar

By Dr. Mercola

Dr. Robert Lustig, a Professor of Clinical Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology at UC San Francisco, has been on the forefront of the movement to educate people about the health hazards of sugar and fructose in particular, for a number of years now.

In the video above, he discusses how low-fat recommendations have led to a dramatic increase in sugar consumption, and it is in fact sugar, not fat, that drives heart disease.

Excess sugar is also a primary factor in countless other chronic disease states. This is a topic he delves into in-depth in his new book, Fat Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease.

The excessive amount of “stealth” sugar in processed foods has quite literally become the backbone that supports America’s disease care business.

According to the Credit Suisse Research Institute’s 2013 study1 “Sugar: Consumption at a Crossroads,” up to 40 percent of US healthcare expenditures are for diseases directly related to the overconsumption of sugar!

Sugar Masquerading as Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner…

A major problem with processed food is that when you look at the label, you have no way of knowing how much of the sugar is natural to the food itself, versus the sugar that was added.

Even foods that are typically considered “healthy” can contain shocking amounts of added sugar or fructose, typically in the form of high fructose corn syrup (HFCS).

Clinical trials have shown that those who consume HFCS tend to develop higher risk factors for cardiovascular disease within as little as two weeks, so if I had to pick out the worst culprit among sugars, it would be fructose.

According to Dr. Lustig, it’s important to distinguish between natural food-based sugars versus added sugar.

For example, he…

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