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Miracle Moringa

by Alisa lisa Sophia (2019-05-09)

Aspartame, an artificial sweetener, also sold as Miracle Moringa Review NutraSweet, Equal, Equal Measure, and Spoonful, is another good example of the toxic effects common ingredients can have on humans. The Food and Drug Administration has a system that permits people to report bad health reactions to food and drugs. According to David Rietz's website, in February of 1994, Aspartame was responsible for more than 75% of all bad reactions reported! On 27 June 1996, without public notice, the FDA removed all restrictions from Aspartame allowing it to be used in everything, including all heated and baked goods. A Lemonade Diet or cleanse would be an effective way to remove these kinds of toxins in the body. In the magazine, Plane and Pilot (January 1990) on food additives explained that diet soft drinks are sweetened artificially by Aspartame (called NutraSweet or Equal). Aspartame contains 10% methanol, a poison, that is released at temperatures above 86 or if left on the shelf for a long time. It is interesting to know that methanol gradually destroys the brain. Immediate effects can either be severe (epileptic seizures, blindness, or chest palpitations) or less noticeable (blurred vision, bright flashes, tunnel vision, ringing or buzzing in ears, migraine headaches, dizziness, loss of equilibrium, or lip and mouth reactions). The article goes on to give an account of an Air Force pilot who directly traced the patterns of tremors and seizures he suffered for two years to his consumption of NutraSweet through beverages. When he quit drinking NutraSweet, his medical problems ceased. One of the most common natural fluorides is calcium fluoride. It is the least toxic. Even so, too much calcium fluoride produces changes to the teeth. The first stage displays bright white spots on the teeth. The second stage displays permanent brown stains and the third stage results in brittle, pitted brown stained teeth. Fluoride is actually the name of several chemical compounds that contain fluorine. When fluorine combines with another element, such as calcium or sodium, the compound created is called fluoride. Pure fluorine is not found in nature. This is because fluorine is one of the two most reactive elements in the world. Thus it combines with many different elements.