Ban Artificial Sweeteners Causing Female Obesity!

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Obesity Rate in US Women Climbs to 40%.

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University of Texas found that Artificial sweeteners are responsible for women overweight in 94% cases and 32% men overweight cases.

Nowadays food manufacturers put artificial sweeteners into most products not leaving us any choice. The main damage to human body is uncontrolled weight gain as well as chronic inflammation, Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, even cancer.

To satisfy our sweet tooth, many of us turn to the fake stuff -- artificial sweeteners. There are just five approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use in the United States: acesulfame potassium (sold as Sunett and Sweet One), aspartame (sold as Equal, Nutrasweet and Sugar Twin), neotame (sold as Newtame), saccharin (sold as Sweet'N Low, Sweet Twin and Necta Sweet) and sucralose (sold as Splenda).

All of the listed above have a doubtful reputation of going back and forth to and from the FDA black list. Saccharin was linked to the development of bladder cancer in laboratory rats, and was banned in1970, and in year 2000 was moved to FDA safe list. Why did that happen, was there a clinical study on human bodies after it was proven to be unsafe for rats? Of cause not, we are a civilized country. This conclusion was drawn from pure theory, based only on mechanistic studies (studies that examine how a substance works in the human body) have shown that these results apply only to rats.

Which one you believe, a rat that has developed cancer or a mechanical study that was never clinically tested?  



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