Do you still use Light products?

Light products, who doesn’t know them? Soft drinks, butter, cookies, chips and so on. But, are those light products actually that good? And why do people still suffer from obesity? This is probably because diet products do not do what they promise, but rather the opposite: they make you more hungry and thirsty.

The pros and cons of light products

If you Google a bit, you can read many disadvantages about the use of light products. Is it justified, the fuss about light? Or are the proponents right and is it a storm in a teacup? Are E-numbers safe or should we use Corinne Gouget’s booklet so that we can immediately look up what is good and what is bad?
One thing is certain and has been proven: Light products are made to make us think that they will not make us fat and that it is better for our health: less fat and less sweet. Especially for people who want to lose weight or stay slim, a light product gives the idea that you are doing well. But, that is not the case. The fact is that the sugars in diet products have been replaced by aspartame and aspartame is a accidentally discovered chemical sweetener that is many times sweeter than sugar and also contains no calories. Precisely because it is so sweet, much less of it needs to be used in the production of food, and it is therefore very economical for the producer and the consumer who reads: 0 calories and is more than happy to purchase these products because yes, It’s much healthier then, right? So there is a gap in the market. And that’s what it seemed to be.

Not so

“Aspartame is only good for the producer’s profits and it is not good for anyone else,” say the opponents. It is a danger to public health and can cause many diseases, including cancer. It is also not the case that it makes you slimmer because the drug actually encourages you to eat. It makes you want more. And that is certainly not good for the line. Well for the producer, of course, because he sees his income increase.

Disbelief

Of course, there are the proponents of aspartame who, every time a scientific study has proven that aspartame is harmful to health, claim the opposite. They also present the results of scientific research. So, what should you believe now? It must be added that these studies were often conducted on behalf of the proponents of aspartame. So how reliable are these results?
Moreover, it must be remembered that aspartame is found in many (9,000) products. Particularly in soft drinks and when the masses find out how unhealthy this addition is, sales decline so terribly that everything falls flat. So that must be prevented and everything is being done to do so. Of course, more and more information is trickling down to consumers via whistleblowers and people are becoming more attentive and reading labels more and more. Something will be done about that too. Aspartame is often not listed under its true name on the label. Various names have been found that are mentioned and thus obscure the presence of aspartame. A few examples are: E-951, Neotame and Candarel.
It is almost impossible to avoid aspartame. But one thing is certain: You will always find them in light products, so if you exclude those, you have already made a good start. Always remember that light products only encourage you to do more. And you’re still not convinced? Then take a look at the www.aspartaam.nl website because it will help you out of your dream in no time.

Finally

Know what you are eating! Because life is already so short.

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