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Artificial Sugar or Sugar Free (Sucralose and Aspartame) are more Harmful than Sugar

• Reduces 50% good bacteria / probiotics in the intestine.
• Increase the pH level in the intestine
• Decrease red blood cells causing
• Shrunken ovaries
• Decreased urination
• Enlarged Colon
• Decreased levels of thyroxine.
• Mineral leaks (magnesium and phosphorus)
• Enlarged liver and brain
• Enlarged and calcified kidneys
Sucralose is generally associated with , gastrointestinal problems, convulsions, heart palpitations, respiratory problems and obesity.


Aspartame is 200 times sweeter than sugar and is used liberally in diet colas. Consulting nutritionist Shwetha Bhatia says, "It is used as a table-top sweetener that's added to bakeries and confectioneries. Since it is heat-unstable, it is always added to the baked or cooked foods towards the end. At high temperatures, it degenerates, leaving behind chemicals that are toxic in nature."
Though cleared by many FDAs, a gamut of studies have found that aspartame has at least 92 side effects, including headaches, anxiety, heart palpitations, weight gain, and neurological disorders. It is often referred to as the most dangerous of all artificial sweeteners.
However, Bhatia says that its Adequate Daily Intake of 50 mg per kg means that we will never come close to that. "You will have to drink 20 cans of diet cola or have 70 sachets of aspartame sweetener to reach that limit." The University study, however, has found that one diet cola can a day increases the risks of high blood pressure.
The liver and kidney to enlarge is under debate, it can certainly cause stomach and diarrhoea if had in excess. Doshi adds that sucralose and aspartame induce sugar cravings, because when consumed, they make the body expect a surge in glucose. When this doesn't happen, your cravings can get the better of you and make you reach for sweets, which will eventually contribute to weight gain. A Purdue researcher noted, "They throw off the body's ability to know how many calories it needs."

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