What does aspartame do to your brain?
Nov 26, 2016
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Nicotine (C10H14N2) is injected into sugar (C12H22O11) resulting in C14H18N2O5 (aspartame). The nitrogen atoms in aspartame displace receptors in the blood, depriving the brain of oxygen, resulting in micro strokes. Scuba divers are familiar with the bends [when to come to the surface too quickly] from excess nitrogen in the blood resulting in major strokes. This later method is from inhalation and the former from ingestion. Results are the same.