If this stuff is beyond you, why are you talking about it? So I suppose that means explaining to you what is wrong with these studies would be a waste of time.
In that case just look at this.http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/fact ... /aspartame
Interesting that link is from the same site as the link regarding formaldehyde. We must read the same chain mail :wink:
I'm pretty sure many here discuss topics that are beyond them. According to a recent thread, obesity is beyond everyone so, why do we discuss it at all?
Explaining what is wrong with those studies would not be a waste of time. I'm here to learn (not be patronised). You constantly go on about junk science and conspiracies so, feel free to let me have it. I was simply showing that what I said didn't come from 'chain mail' as you put it.
I like to reach Peter Rouses blog (He posted here once or twice actually). If there's anyone who thinks the food/sugar industry is corrupt, it's him. He has lots of experience plus an MS in Biochemistry. What's interesting is that he believes the 'research' showing aspartame to be safe is actually BACKED by the sugar industry where as you believe the opposite. So, what's an uninformed guy like myself supposed to believe?http://coachrouse.wordpress.com/2010/02 ... minosweet/
Also, and yet again, my point was 'why risk it'. When I did drink soda I hated the diet stuff, it tasted like crap (in comparison). You basically have to make yourself get used to it then it starts to taste nice. Why not just do that with with water/tea then it doesn't matter whether there's dangers to aspartame or not. That was always my point, you don't need to agree with it, you know.
I don't even know what to say to that..... You're missing a lot of prerequisite knowledge. I gave you suggestions about rectifying that. I can always find links to these type of things if you want to learn.