I do have to question who funded the recent study that was published on 23 February 2012, when I see the suggested replacements for the foods on the ‘NEEDN’T’ List.
Individual food intolerances are one thing but… oh dear… I’m beginning to sound like a cracked record.
I have to ask how people with common sense can possibly recommend the consumption of ’diet’ soft drinks, sugar-free substitutes and artificial sweeteners, such as Aspartame? (Maybe they need to read the ‘Thought for March’ in the newsletter? )
Results of a new study carried out in Otago University were announced to the New Zealand population last month…
(Copy of letter to a well known Supplement provider)
As a Kinesiologist, based in Mairangi Bay on the North Shore of Auckland, I feel I must express my concern about one of the ingredients (an artificial sweetener) in your Chewable Vitamin C 1000mg.
Because I was to be in a situation involving many people last weekend I decided I would take a booster of Vitamin C to guard against any cold infections. I had no symptoms of any cold but decided, as it had been some time since taking Vitamin C, that this may be a sensible idea.
A client had visited on Thursday of last week and had brought along a container of aforementioned Vitamin C. It was not a product I had used before but, due to its ease of being taken (chewable), I looked at the ingredients list and thought, “Great, this is for me”, and promptly rang your suppliers and ordered it… keep reading
I have always hesitated to become overly dramatic about substances and foods as – depending on which study you read – you’re going to hear such varying views. However … back in 1997, when I started my Kinesiology studies in the UK, I was introduced to the effects of Aspartame (and other sugar-free, artificial sweeteners) on our body’s systems. It’s always been my belief that, with the knowledge that we have, keep reading