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Aspartame vs. Xylitol AND Stevia?

They are kidding right? Aspartame? Nutrasweet?? and all the other poisons? Give these to our children? Really???What kind of sick demented minds to we have running the countries? CORRUPT!!!

Posted by Kim
22 February 2013 | 14h19

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