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The 2nd most toxic food is aspartame known Curafen Review as Equal or NutraSweet. Aspartame acidify the brain and stimulates brain cells to death. It is classified as both an excitotoxin and a neurotoxin. There are over 92 adverse symptoms documented and listed by the FDA as being caused by aspartame and is believed to precipitate Parkinson's disease, Lou Gehrig's disease, and Alzheimer's. Aspartame is found in 1000s of products. When a product says diet or sugar free, they mean aspartame. 

The methanol in aspartame is considered a cumulative poison because it is hard for your body to get rid of it. When the methanol in Aspartame is heated above 86° in your body, it oxidizes to wood alcohol, formaldehyde and formic acid; all of these are toxic. You should especially never ever use Equal or Aspartame in a hot beverage. Aspartame is addictive, and was found in studies to actually cause weight gain. It causes unstable blood sugar levels, which increases the appetite and causes cravings for sweets. MSG is also an excitotoxin like Aspartame.

The next most toxic food is homogenized milk. Fat molecules are huge. Too big to go from your stomach into the blood stream. So they move down into the small intestine where the bile and pancreatic juices break it down into the omegas 3,6,9 and other constituents, then some of it moves into the lymphatic system, some go into the liver, the rest move out of the body thru the colon. What homogenization does, is put that fat molecule of milk under 3000 pounds of pressure (psi), which causes it to explode into a 1000 little globules of whole fat, that can now easily pass into the blood stream. 

  Wednesday, January 2, 2019 at 11:02:08 PM

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