Prevailing Winds examines the FDA and its ever mindful attempts at refering to aspartame, widely known as NutraSweet, as a food additive--never a drug. Because aspartame is classified as a food additive, adverse reactions are not reported to a federal agency, nor is continued safety monitoring required by law. It has been found to cause brain lesions, headaches, mood alterations, skin polyps, blindness, brain tumors, insomnia and depression, or erode intelligence and short-term memory. Additionally, the Pentagon once listed it in an inventory of prospective biochemical warfare weapons.
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