Please....you need to purge your cupboards and fridge of all sugar substitutes immediately. Seriously. I am a victim of aspartame poisoning. I now have graves disease. Any food with aspartame, sucralose, malitol, manitol and sorbitol. Read every container. If you dont feel like a new person within the week, i will be shocked. People dont realize that even things like restless leg syndrome and fibromyaligia could also be aspartame poisoning. Even things like miracle whip have artificial sweeteners in it. gum, yogurt, granola bars etc.....go through them all. start drinking water, milk or real fruit juice. You still should tell your Dr what you suspect. Looks like you could very well be on the right track. Doctors are FINALLY catching on! Very best of luck to you! Please let us know how its working out for you. Biggest thing of all.....please tell me that you do not have children who are ingesting artificial sweeteners. its even MORE important to never let children have this. Keep us posted on how you're doing!View Thread
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