It's official: I have kicked my daily Diet Coke habit. Why bother--especially since I was only drinking one or two cans a day? Haven't you been paying attention? Remember this post from a month ago: Convincing evidence that drinking soda isn’t good for myeloma patients IMF Medical Director, Dr. Brian Durie, came-out forcefully against
Danny Parker has been forwarding me information about how bad drinking soda is for me ever since he saw me drinking a Diet Coke the last time we met. So Danny, this expose' I just posted about the evils of soda pop on HelpWithCancer.org was written for you, good friend: More damning evidence against NutraSweet?
To start, I would like to apologize to a number of readers that never saw their comments published. I normally receive an email whenever someone comments on any post--or so I thought. But I learned today that there were 27 comments from the past week or so waiting to be approved by “the Administrator.” HEY!
More proof that there is a nutritional component to multiple myeloma. According to a post on Digital Journal.com, a new human study shows that aspartame use is linked to increased risk of leukemia, non-Hodgkin lymphoma (NHL), and multiple myeloma in men. Here's an excerpt: Study: Aspartame linked to blood cancers Hector Corsi - Digital Journal.com