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Neotame: The Not-So-Sweet Chemical

Poisonous Artificial Food Sweetener

Neotame is a chemical substance created by chemists from Monsanto—now produced by NutraSweet—as an artificial food and drink sweetener or flavor enhancer. Neotame is created using aspartame—a known neurotoxin—and adding 3-dimethylbutyl, a compound classified by the Environmental Protection Agency as hazardous. As with aspartame, neotame metabolizes formaldehyde and other nerve …

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Safe Drinking Bottles: Wise Water Drinkers Claim it’s a GoodLife

Free of BPA

“Discarded plastic bottles are overflowing our ecosystems,” “Manufacturing with BPA is leading to disruptions in our health,” “Consumers’ ecological footprints are astonishing”—we’ve all heard these statements. It’s these scenarios that led an innovative company to produce a safe and eco-friendly beverage container. GoodLife Contemporary Drinkware offers a line of stainless …

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