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Chemical found in widely used sweetener breaks up DNA (www.news-medical.net)

A new study finds a chemical formed when we digest a widely used sweetener is “genotoxic,” meaning it breaks up DNA.

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Ryan
Ryan
11 months ago

I have this in my protein powder. Thanks for letting me know.

Last edited 11 months ago by ryan
Jimmy
Jimmy
11 months ago
Reply to  Ryan

Mine has it too, I will throw it away, even though my heart will cry a little…

Ryan
Ryan
11 months ago
Reply to  Jimmy

Haha

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
11 months ago
Reply to  Ryan

Since OP didn’t say what the clickbait title was actually talking about:

At issue is sucralose, a widely used artificial sweetener.”

Confused
Confused
11 months ago

I knew about Stevia, but I didn’t check my protein powder. This opened my eyes. Thank you.

Ryan
Ryan
11 months ago
Reply to  Confused

It’s almost impossible to find a single protein powder that doesn’t use Stevia, sucralose, or another sweetener.

Matthew
Matthew
11 months ago

yes sucralose is not good for you, it also messes up your gut. i do find it interesting that this website is willing to admit that sucralose can mess up your dna apparently, yet are in what looks to be complete support for the covid 19 vaccines

sometimes i feel as if there is a concerted effort to now make people question so many things that can mess up their bodies and dna, so as to now not be able to single out the actual sources that are doing it, ie the vaccines that everyone took the past few years. i dont doubt that foods and stuff being put into our environment are doing it also, i dunno just speculating

marie
marie
11 months ago
Reply to  Matthew

Maybe they feel if they give a little they get a lot

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aaa
11 months ago

It’s time to limit those drinks, but fortunately there’s a cell mechanism to repair broken DNA.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNA_repair