The Problem

Despite a growing body of concerning research, most Oral Electrolyte
Solutions are still made with artificial chemicals.

Discover the latest research and news coverage about artificial
sweeteners, flavors and colors below.

ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS:

SUGAR-FREE, BUT AT WHAT COST?
Animal studies suggest artificial sweeteners addictive.
Jan 8, 2018

By offering the taste of sweetness without any calories, artificial sweeteners seem like they could be one answer to effective weight loss. The average 12-ounce can...

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NEW SPLENDA (SUCRALOSE) STUDY

CONFIRMS IT’S DANGERS
Destruction of healthy gut bacteria and liver damage
Sept 5, 2018

Sucralose (sold under the brand name Splenda) was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1998 as a tabletop sweetener and for use in... products such as baked...

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LIVING IN COLOR:

THE POTENTIAL DANGERS OF ARTIFICIAL DYES
Link to cancer and behavioral problems in children
Aug 27, 2012

Try going a day without exposure to artificial colors. Kool-aid and Jell-O may be among the most obviously artificially colored products, but they’re far from being the only ones that...

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PROCESSED FOOD:

10 OF THE WORST TOXIC FOOD INGREDIENTS
Links to various cancers
April 17, 2013

Most of us don’t think of the food we eat as poison, but some of the ingredients commonly found in processed foods can be considered toxic. By "toxic," I mean chemicals or highly processed that aren't good for you...

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ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS

LINKED TO RISK OF... HEALTH ISSUES
Linked to obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure & heart disease
July 17, 2017

Consumption of artificial sweeteners, such as aspartame and sucralose, is widespread and increasing. Emerging data indicate that artificial, or sweetene may have negative effects...

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THE HIDDEN HEALTH RISKS

THE HIDDEN HEALTH RISKS
Linked to allergies, learning impairment & hyperactivity in children
December, 2010

Americans are now eating five times as much food dye as we did in 1955. That statistic isn’t as surprising when you consider that since then food dyes have made...

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