If you don’t know what aspartame is by now it’s about time you pay attention. It’s in about 6000 products currently, so you might want to watch out.
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BREAKTHROUGH: Chinese government admits one-fifth of farm lands heavily contaminated with toxic heavy metals like cadmium, arsenic and lead.
Near-zero levels of arsenic found to significantly impair intelligence and reasoning of U.S. schoolchildren | 03Mai2014 19:56:47
As Natural News readers and fans already know, we're hot on the trail pinpointing sources of heavy metals and understanding how they impair our physical and mental health. Now a groundbreaking study conducted in the United States on arsenic in drinking water has found something truly astounding: a mere 5 parts per billion (.005 ppm) of arsenic caused "reductions in Full Scale, Working Memory, Perceptual Reasoning and Verbal Comprehension scores" in children.
Battle for humanity nearly lost: global food supply deliberately engineered to end life, not nourish it | 03Mar2014 19:19:25
After having now analyzed over 1,000 foods, superfoods, vitamins, junk foods and popular beverages for heavy metals and other substances at the Natural News Forensic Food Labs, I have arrived at a conclusion so alarming and urgent that it can only be stated bluntly.
Pepsi is sued by a man who claims he found a dead mouse in his can of Mountain Dew. | 22Fev2012 13:08:33
Pepsi denies responsibility, claiming that a mouse would have disintegrated within 4 days in anything as acidic as that. [What's the real story here? Toxicity from a dead mouse or from drinking a substance that can disintegrate a mouse in 4 days?]
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America is a nation of widespread health and nutritional illiteracy. And I'm not just talking about the knowledge gaps of health consumers, either. It's the doctors and health "experts" who have astonishing gaps in knowledge that should be considered basic health information in any first-world nation.
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NIH panel foolishly insists Alzheimer's can't be prevented (are they demented?) | 21Mai2010 17:22:08
An independent panel of supposed experts recently met at the National Institutes of Health near Washington, D.C., to discuss whether or not Alzheimer's Disease can be prevented through dietary and lifestyle changes. After evaluating a handful of studies that deal with the subject, the panel basically concluded that there is no way to avoid Alzheimer's Disease.
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