Best diet books of all time
When certified nutritionist Janet Hull became gravely ill, she discovered aspartame poisioning was to blame for her life threatening sickness. Her investigation revealed disturbing facts about aspartame hidden from the public since the 1970’s ? including documents contradicting product safety and the fact that aspartame was originally approved as a drug ? not a food additive. She tells her story and the experiences of others and unveils startling evidence of a cover-up.
Janet Starr Hull
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In Sweet Poison: How the World's Most Popular Artificial Sweetener is Killing Us - My Story, Hull chronicles the life-threatening effects of aspartame poisoning, her fight back to health, as well as her courageous battles against the drug companies and government officials who had evidence since 1970 of the chemical sweetener's serious problems. She reveals aspartame's known deadly […] Sweet Deception : Why Splenda, Nutrasweet, and the FDA May Be Hazardous to Your Health – Dr Joseph Mercola
Most people believe that sucralose (Splenda) is a perfectly safe artificial sweetener. Big business and the FDA have fostered that dangerous misconception. The truth is Splenda is by no means safe; and the same is true for many of the other artificial sweeteners being marketed today. Dr. Joseph Mercola---supported by extensive studies and research---exposes the fact that Splenda […] The Sweet Miracle of Xylitol : Easyread Large Edition – Fran Gare
In The Sweet Miracle of Xylitol, Dr. Fran Gare discusses the health benefits of using Xylitol rather than sugar and other sugar alternatives, such as aspartame and saccharin. She shares her firsthand experiences using Xylitol as a sweetener and even provides recipes for delicious Xylitol-sweetened treats. Also Included are guidelines for following the Sweet Miracle Diet. Xylitol […] The Carbohydrate Addict’s Lifespan Program – Richard F. Heller
A diet plan for people in their later years begins with a basic two-week plan designed to cut cravings and then goes on to discuss how prescription drugs, over-the-counter drugs, artificial sweeteners, and caffeine affect cravings. Tour.
Author: Richard F. Heller
Pages: 494 pages
Size: 15.79 Mb Natural and Healthy Sweeteners – Diana Allen
Complex carbohydrates and sweet foods are highly valuable to human diets, provided their sugars come from sources that won't rot your teeth, disrupt blood glucose balance, cause headaches or other problems. In other words, it's time to give up nutritionally-deficient sugar and dangerous artificial sweeteners! Find out how as you explore a selection of age-old and newly discovered […] Sweetener Trap and How to Avoid it : The Power and Politics of Sweeteners and Their Impact on Your Health – Beatrice Trum Hunter
With this expaned revision of the 1982 classic, The Sugar Trap, Beatrice Trum Hunter, noted writer on food issues, brings readers invaluable help for avoid the sweetener trap. She exposes facts about today's many sweeteners, from aspartame to stevia, sucralose, and xlitol. With carefl research and well-weighed advice, Hunter explains why it is important to limit all added sugares. […] Legislation of Product Safety: Consumer Health and Product Hazards: Cosmetics, Drugs, Pesticides, Food Additives v. 2 – Samuel S. Epstein
Author: Samuel S. Epstein
Pages: 382 pages
Size: 12.39 Mb What Is Fat – Loren Grayson
What if they were wrong about Fat? Does it have anything to do with calories, carbohydrates or even sugar? We've had artificial sweeteners for over 40 years yet during this same period the U.S. Surgeon General has announced an "Obesity Epidemic." This book is a new theory of Fat. What it is and how it works. Maybe this book will answer your questions.
Author: Loren Grayson
Best diet books of all time