NutraSweet Causes Cancer Hoaxes
Whether or not aspartame is healthy is subject to debate. Some believe that it causes headaches, or breaks down to form formaldehyde. Whether those fears are true or not, to date, the claims and information in the email below are completely made up. For real information about aspartame, see this page: http://www.ehso.com/ehshome/aspartame.php
Here is the email - Remember it is a FAKE:
From the Council of the Blind:
An "article" attributed to Nancy Markle containing allegations about aspartame has recently been circulating on the Internet.
One of the
symptoms she and her "sources" have attributed to aspartame have been
substantiated in any clinical scientific study. We'd like to take this
opportunity to respond to these egregious allegations and assure you that
aspartame is not associated with any adverse effects.
And if you want to see the humorous side of hoax emails, read the spoof of the bubble-boy scams.
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