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Robinsons no added sugar fruit drinks 1litre £1.00 BOGOF @ Lidl

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Robinsons No Added Sugar Fruit Drink 1Litre
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1 Like #1
Cancertastic Aspartame ftw
1 Like #2
no added sugar but loads of asparatame.

fed up of these cmpanies making people think no added sugar makes it good,its the stuf they replacei t with thats worse,how about no added sugar,no sweetners and just make pop how it used to taste
#3
what doesnt give u cancer these days zzz
#4
Same deal available in Sainsburys
#5
doYdY
Same deal available in Sainsburys


£1.09 at Sainsbury's, although they have got a bigger variety
#6
google aspartame. this stuff is very poisonous, dont give to the kids
#7
But what sugar-free drinks aren't full of cack? Robinsons isn't any worse than any other. Based on the price compared to normal - hot. I bought 8 bottles yesterday in Sainsbury's.
1 Like #8
u are better having the sugar than the sweetners
they say aspartame is ok in small doses,but when alot of stuff contains it over years it will make u ill as ur body cant always break it down.

like hydroginated fats they should be banned.
mcvities dont use them at all now,even some companies have changed the name of hydroginated fat to Mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids to fool people.
skumbags the crap they make you eat
#9
Might wanna google stuff before you start believing it:

http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10408440701516184
-"The weight of existing evidence is that aspartame is safe at current levels of consumption as a nonnutritive sweetener."

I would personally try to avoid the sweetner if possible, just incase and I dare say there are some negative side effects (but probably far better than using sugar), but i wouldnt class it as poison.
#10
yeah cos i feed my dog,mice and pet rats robinsons,people can have something that reacts to it.
if it failed the tests it would cost the goverents a fortune,thats why its still "safe"

in pop the natural sugars of the fruits should be enough,90% of pop is too sweet i find and its beciae of these sweetners.
i only drink pure juice or water anyway.
#11
NitrousUK
Might wanna google stuff before you start believing it:

http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10408440701516184

-"The weight of existing evidence is that aspartame is safe at current levels of consumption as a nonnutritive sweetener."

I would personally try to avoid the sweetner if possible, just incase and I dare say there are some negative side effects (but probably far better than using sugar), but i wouldnt class it as poison.


wouldnt class as poison?? google aspartame, its third from top
http://www.sweetpoison.com/aspartame-side-effects.html
#12
I just bought 60 bottles for £25, (with the £5 off voucher when you spend £30). I'll let you know if I keel over in a few days....
#13
miximash
NitrousUK
Might wanna google stuff before you start believing it:

http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10408440701516184

-"The weight of existing evidence is that aspartame is safe at current levels of consumption as a nonnutritive sweetener."

I would personally try to avoid the sweetner if possible, just incase and I dare say there are some negative side effects (but probably far better than using sugar), but i wouldnt class it as poison.


wouldnt class as poison?? google aspartame, its third from top
http://www.sweetpoison.com/aspartame-side-effects.html


The crucial thing to note here is the random website address. My advice is only listen to scientific studies, that have been peer reviewed and assessed by inpartial bodies to be accurate. There's a lot of random non-sense out there.

That link you gave is from some random woman, selling books about aspartame (very biased). I'll choose the study by many scientists, reviewed by many other scientists, over one persons view anyday.

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