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Supporting Evidence for Aspartame-Alzheimer’s Link Emerges

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  • Studies are starting to confirm lingering suspicions that aspartame may play a role in the development of Alzheimer’s disease
  • The key mechanism of harm appears to be methanol toxicity—a much-ignored problem associated with aspartame in particular
  • In recent research, methanol-fed mice presented partial “Alzheimer’s disease-like symptoms,” while rhesus monkeys fed methanol developed persistent pathological changes related to the development of Alzheimer’s
  • Humans are the only mammals who are NOT equipped with a protective biological mechanism that breaks down methanol into harmless formic acid. This is why animal testing of aspartame does not fully apply to humans
  • Recent research also suggests that sucralose (Splenda) may have neurotoxic effects

         By Dr. Mercola

Most public health agencies and nutritionists in the United States still recommend no- or low-calorie artificial sweeteners as an acceptable, and even preferred, alternative to sugar. This flawed advice can have very serious repercussions for those who follow it.

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