Aspartame is an artificial sweetener commonly used as a substitute to sugar, despite being linked with causing several cancers including brain, blood, lung and liver related. Aspartame essentially acts the same way as Excitotoxins, which cause cancer cells to grow and multiply.
A study testing aspartame on rats, resulted in them developing tumours the size of golf balls (as seen below). Yet, aspartame is present in people’s diets every day including in chewing gum, Fanta, Diet Coke, toothpastes, flavoured waters, yoghurts and protein powders. With cancer rates higher than ever, and aspartame now being consumed by millions worldwide, it is hard to ignore its impact.