Aspartame Linked to Anxiety — And Effects May Span Multiple Generations

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved aspartame in 1981, and it’s now found in close to 5,000 food and beverage products.

Adults, children and pregnant women around the globe consume so much aspartame that 3,000 to 5,000 metric tons are produced every year. Many believe they’re doing their health a favor by swapping out sugar for artificial sweeteners, but the opposite is true.

Aspartame not only has harmful effects on its immediate consumer but also on multiple generations thereafter.

The shocking findings add yet another reason why you should toss any aspartame-containing products from your kitchen cabinets.

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