Sweet Poison in DIET SODAS

Aspartame, NutraSweet and Splenda are three sweetener products that can be very harmful. These products can be found in every diet soda, chewing gum, breath mint, sugar free product, ice cream, yogurts and even kids vitamins.  Aspartame can slowly kill you.

In 1974 the U.S. patent for NutraSweet was revoked due to independent finds that it caused holes in the brains of laboratory animals.

Data in the FDA Registry allegedly associated with aspartame: convulsions, permanent memory loss, gastrointestinal disorders, serious visual problems including blindness, birth defects, severe migraines and death.  

Sweet Poison by Janet Hull is one woman’s account of how diet sodas with aspartame almost killed her.  It’s her journey of discovering the dangers of aspartame and the multi billion dollar industry that it has become.  It reveals what we all need to know – the horrific dangers of all products that contain Splenda or aspartame.


I personally have done research on Splenda and have found much incriminating evidence against any product with it.  One case that I read about was a woman who was always quite healthy.  She began using a salad dressing containing ASPARTAME on a daily basis.  She only used a teaspoon a day.  Within three months she was hospitalized.  Her adrenal glands were shutting down.

A personal friend of mine got through nursing school on diet sodas containing ASPARTAME.  She said she began experiencing severe migraines and severe memory loss.  She told me that she was never able to recover her memory loss.  It was permanent. The only thing she was doing different was drinking diet sodas with NutraSweet. What are you eating that has this killer product in it?

Read labels.  Avoid any diet product with Splenda or NutraSweet. Buy the book Sweet Poison through Amazon. Take back your heath. Stop poisoning yourself and your family.

3 thoughts on “Sweet Poison in DIET SODAS

  1. The statement “Aspartame, NutraSweet and Splenda are three different names for the same product.” is incorrect. The active chemicals in Aspartame and splenda are quite different. Aspartame is a methyl ester of the dipeptide of the natural amino acids L-aspartic acid and L-phenylalanine, whereas Splenda is the commercial name and registered trade mark of a sucralose-based artificial sweetener derived from sugar. The chemical formula for sucralose is 1,6-Dichloro-1,6-dideoxy-β-D-fructofuranosyl-4-chloro-4-deoxy-α-D-galactopyranoside. The fact that sucralose is chlorinated has raised justifiable concerns about its potential toxicity.

  2. Great post, and well worth taking seriously!! Artificial sweeteners have also been linked to miscarriages when used by pregnant women.

    I personally like Stevia or Xylitol for sugar substitutes, or raw sugar when I want “real” sugar. Honey is a good sweetening choice too.

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