CONFUSED ABOUT CONFLICTING REPORTS
ON THE EFFECTS OF ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS?
ASK THE FOUNDER OF THE WORLD'S
ANTI-ASPARTAME CONSUMER MOVEMENT
Dallas - January 13 - [ACSN] -- Myths, wild rumors and confusing misinformation abound, flying unbridled from all directions through cyberspace, about the world's most popular artificial sweeteners now on the market and about some scheduled to debut on supermarket shelves later this year. The Internet's in a frenzy raising all kinds of questions and unsubstantiated claims. It's finally time to set the record straight.
Do "fake sweeteners" make you fatter! Are there safe alternative sweeteners? Who do you believe? What out there is fact and what is fiction. More and more media rely on researcher and food safety expert, Mary Nash Stoddard for straight "documented" answers.
Mary Nash Stoddard, founder of the world's massive anti-aspartame consumer movement and Director of Aspartame Consumer Safety Network and Pilot's Hotline since 1987, has been featured by media around the world and is a favorite guest/resource of talk show hosts and producers. Stoddard, a member of the President's Council on Food Safety [98-99], was paid to teach the doctors at one of the country's most prestigious medical schools in 1997. Last year, Stoddard's multi-city lecture tour gained national media attention.