BOSTON, MA – Aspartame, you know, the artificial sweetener they put in almost everything, made headlines yet again.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a Harvard teaching facility, sent out a release promoting research that read: “The truth isn’t so sweet when it comes to artificial sweeteners,” linking Aspartame to cancer.
But had to take it back… oops!!
After being posed with some difficult questions, the hospital realized something just wasn’t right. They released a statement the read: “Upon review of the findings, the consensus of our scientific leaders is that the data is weak, and that BWH media relations were premature in the promotion of this work. We apologize for the time you have invested in this story.”‘
Considering aspartame is used in thousands of products, and that most of you who drink diet soda, chug it down, it’s studied more than any other additive you might ingest.
A majority of studies claim aspartame is not a threat.
Even the lead author admitted the research does not prove aspartame is dangerous.
Guess those folks up at Harvard ain’t as smart as they think they is!