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One Thing That Was Making The Rounds On Social
media was the claim that diet Soda was causing cancer. The completely reputable source for this version of the claim was something called real pharmacy Calm Now you know it’s natural because it sounds like a pharmacy, but it’s spelled like a farm as America‘s leading Diet Soda connoisseur that’s not the kind of thing that I can let stand so I did something that almost no one in this country does anymore. I decided to click the links to actually find the study surprisingly real pharmacy was not actually doing the science in themselves instead. They linked to Natural news. com, which is essentially the right-wing goop without of course the hot actress owning it instead.
The Natural News Founder Started His Career With
an apocalyptic Y2k website moved on to start his fabulous Health information network and was even interviewed. The Washington Post as a member of the Alt-right. He also maintains and curates one of the most magnificent catalogs of conspiracy theories known to Man sure the site is anti-UK and anti-vaccine, but you know that’s the easy stuff. It also promotes theories about 9/11 Truther Ism birtherism back when that was a thing aids denialism which is exactly what it sounds like you can read about the dangers of chemtrails and the lies in the official story of Sandy Hook, when will they tell us the truth about that one. All of this work has earned him a fill-in slot at everyone’s favorite reliable source of information Dun-da-da-da info ours Yay but at least natural news linked to an actual study about soda and cancer now no one clicks and reads studies on the Internet we know this but if you did here’s what the study.
An Increase In Cancer Quote.
There was no significant association between soda intake and risks of UK non-hodgkins, lymphoma and multiple myeloma oops. Now the study did kind of hint to a slight increase in men only that was there though however, between weather you drank diet or regular soda, So it really couldn’t be related to artificial sweetener could it and certainly sort of would indicate that women had lower rates of cancer because of soda which doesn’t make any sense. The study was not quote ruling out chance as an explanation.
Now Interestingly The Study Was Quite Old
which makes you wonder why wouldn’t someone follow up. This is scary risk why wouldn’t someone do something was everyone so distracted by their chemtrail flavored Monsanto UK sandwich with a side of vaccines that they couldn’t bother to do it well to the surprise of no one There were. On this question, the follow-up study of over 100 thousand people showed quote. These findings do not support associations of daily consumption of artificially or sugar-sweetened carbonated beverages or aspartame with non–hodgkins Lymphoma risk shockingly that study did not earn a link.
- soda causing cancer completely reputable
- real pharmacy actually doing science
- science instead linked natural news
- news com essentially right wing
- social media claim diet
This Is The Problem With So Much Of
the health information on the Internet today. A social media post Post about cancer links to a website that claims cancer which links to another horrible website that claims cancer which links to a scientific study that flatly does not support the claims about cancer, which is then followed up by another scientific study that rules out the cancer, but no one gets that far people see diet soda and cancer on Pinterest and believe it without checking and then they live their lives sacrificing something they might want because they think they’re making some mysterious healthy choice. When in reality, the alternative sugar has endless amounts of science actually showing negative health effects at high levels of consumption over long periods of time.
The claim that diet soda was causing cancer was making the rounds on social media . The claim was made by something called real pharmacy Calm . Real pharmacy was not actually doing the science in themselves instead . The study found there was no significant association between soda intake and risks of UK non-hodgkins, lymphoma and multiple myeloma oops. The study did kind of hint to a slight increase in men only that was there however, between weather you drank diet or regu or diet soda, it was there though however, but there was an increase in the number of men only men drinking diet or drinking diet soda in the same period of the year that the study found no significant link between diet and diet soda intake. The report was published by the National Institute of Health and Prevention for the first time on CNN.com/Healthline.com on Monday, October 1. For more information, visit http://www.nhealthlinenewsonline.com.com for more information ….. Click here to read more and watch the full video