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Your Brain on Aspartame – Not So Good

This article delves into additional recent research suggesting that we should be avoiding aspartame (ditch those diet sodas!!)  

More on Aspartame and what’s next in the world of artificial sweeteners  
In this article posted yesterday, Dr. Joseph Mercola also discusses the deleterious effects of artificial sweeteners, and he provides some interesting info and words of caution on a new wave of artificial sweeteners – one in particular called Sweetmyx – which won’t have to go through the FDA approval process before use! In this post from last year, he goes through each of the sugar substitute options (aspartame (NutraSweet, Equal), sucralose (Splenda), saccharin (SweetNLow), agave, honey, xyolitol and others..) and what’s safe and what’s not. If you want to add a bit of sweet, his top recommendations are stevia (the most unrefined versions) and lo han guo from the Lo Han fruit as safer sweetener options.

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Easy Ways to Avoid Hormone Disruptors
In this post Alexandra Jamieson (health coach and producer of film Super Size Me) writes about three things we can do to avoid chemicals that mess with our hormones.  The biggies to avoid: BPA (particularly in those can lining), fluoride (in your toothpaste and water) and chlorine (in your water).

Elevate Your Energy – GMOs, Detox, and Candida with Dr. Kristine Reese

Dr. Kristine Reese is a naturopathic doctor practicing in San Diego and received her ND degree from Bastyr University (where I will be taking courses soon!). Dr. Reese discusses who what you eat controls your immune system, the role of GMOs, candida, estrogen dominance and more.

Discover Health Internet Radio with Evelyne Lambrecht on BlogTalkRadio

 

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One Response to Artificial Sweeteners and Hormone Disruptors

  1. […] Electrolyte tablets or coconut water to replenish those electrolytes after some possible dehydration — U Natural has two flavors (Tangerine Ginger and Gogi Berry Green Tea) and GU Energy Labs has five flavors including Peach Tea, Orange, Lemon Lime, Strawberry Lemonade, Tri Berry and Pink Grapefruit and both brands are free of sugar and the icky artificial sweeteners aspartame and sucralose). […]

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