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Published: 13 years ago
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It is NOT true!!!

There is nothing to be proud of cause in your ignorance you are propagating a dangerous practice of STARVATION!!! and to make matters worse the ingestion of Aspartme which all you hafta do is just do a little research and you'll find there are just lots of "scientifically" documented cases and studies of the problems it has cause THOUSANDS of people.

That link is full of "scientific Studies" on Asparteme. Below is a quote just on part as it pretains to weight gain:

Aspartame and Weight Gain

A study conducted at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center reported a "41% increase in risk of being overweight for every can or bottle of diet soft drink a person consumes each day." The findings come from eight years of collecting data by Sharon P. Fowler, MPH and colleagues. The results of the study was reported at the 65th Annual Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association in San Diet on June 10-14, 2005 (Abstract 1058-P). While this study, by itself, does not prove that aspartame causes weight gain, it adds to the evidence seen in independent research. For example, a study conducted by Dr. H.J. Roberts found that 5% of subjects reporting symptoms from aspartame also reported a "paridoxic weight gain." (Reactions Attributed to Aspartame-Containing Products: 551 Cases," Journal of Applied Nutrition, Volume 40, page 85-94). Lavin found that females with eating restraint had a higher Calorie intake subsequent to aspartame intake as opposed to sugar or water intake. (Lavin, J.H., S.J. French, N.W. Read, 1997. "The Effect of Sucrose- and Aspartame-Sweetened Drinks on Energy Intake, Hunger and Food Choice of Female, Moderately Restrained Eaters," International Journal of Obesity, Volume 21, pages 37-42, 1997.)

That is just the tip of the iceberg read all the other studies and dangers of Aspertame they have found.

As in my other post I want to urge any others reading this and considering fasting to research and not just take mine or anybody elses word for it. Not just water fasting. You have other like the Master Cleanse. Juice fasting etc What these women are doing with this diet drink garbage is not "fasting" by any stretch of the imagination. They are starving themselves. There is a vast difference between the working mode and effects between fasting and starving. 

These women are consuming a known, "scientifically documented" dangerous chemical and other chemical garbage the will not allow the system to go into fasting mode where the body will use fat and things it doesn't need whereas in starvation the body starts consuming vital organ tissue so a good portion of any weight loss will come from your vital organs and muscle. Do your research this is all documented and extensive studies not only have been done by the holistic community but also by the scientific and medical community to the point that nowadays you will find many articles by the mainstream medical community extolling the virtues of "real fasting".

Be safe. Be healthy


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