Are there scientifically proven risks in drinking ten cups of artificially sweetened hot tea a day?
#97006. Asked by gentlegiant17. (Jun 26 08 3:03 PM)
The medium the sweetener is in makes no difference, it's the amount that counts. If you're talking the commonest, aspartame, despite government denials there are no shortage of studies that show it decays into toxic compounds including formaldehyde which unselectively attack all human cellular material. Here's one site showing its history and how strings were pulled to legalise it despite studies showing its effects on animals. http://www.rense.com/general63/asp.htm
Jun 26 08, 4:51 PM
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