Tag: aspartame health risks

Crystal Light Energy Squeeze

Crystal Light Energy Squeeze

[ 0 ] March 17, 2012 |

I have already reviewed a number of popular energy drinks earlier. Here is simplistic and yet very straight forward analogy to consider. If your car doesn’t run very well there is a good chance that the quality of the gasoline is poor so either it doesn’t burn fast enough or it carries some stuff that […]

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Aspartame or Sugar: You Decide

Aspartame or Sugar: You Decide

[ 1 ] March 3, 2012 |

Quick fix syndrome. Americans, like people in other developed countries, commonly tend to overeat and then get obese and sick miserably (see America’s Health Rankings). What is even worse is that instead of quickly to cut our meals and start exercising we are looking for an easy solution, like “magic pill” or some effortless dodge […]

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Clear American beverage:  A Natural Lie

Clear American beverage: A Natural Lie

[ 48 ] October 12, 2011 |

Stated value “Clear American naturally flavored sparkling water beverage with other natural flavors” is what you read on the label. In addition, it is  zero calories, zero caffeine and zero sugar. Oh, it contains Antioxidants: Vitamin E + Vitamin A + Zinc. The label suggests also that the content has something to do with pomegranate, […]

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Pepsi: Risk and Nutrition

Pepsi: Risk and Nutrition

[ 0 ] August 7, 2011 |

In the early days of Pepsi “Delicious and Healthful” advertising theme was used over two decades from 1909 to 1931. However after HFCS was introduced in so many processed foods and soft drinks in the USA since the early 1980s health concerns in regard to its risks in causing obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and non-alcoholic fatty […]

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COCA-COLA Zero, Diet and Classic

COCA-COLA Zero, Diet and Classic

[ 28 ] March 7, 2011 |

Real Taste of food additives Have you ever felt a craving for soda? CNN Health reported the other day that diet soda can be addictive. Moreover, recent research in rats showed that “eating sweet non-caloric substances may degrade” the ability to predict caloric contents of the food, “leading to increased food intake and diminished energy expenditure” (A […]

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