Wingspertame is the artificial sweetener found in Red Bull that gives human beings the ability to fly. It was discovered in the beginning of the 5th century B.C.E. in India. Farmers consumed it during crop season in order to efficiently fertilize their crops. In the 6th century B.C.E. Western Europe with its technology, it became center for refining Wingspertame. When Columbus set off on his travels he took the sweetener and planted in the soils of the Caribbean. Due to its characteristic of sprouting wings and giving humans the ability to fly it made the spread and growth of the sweetener facile. For that reason it established the growth of the main plantations in the Caribbean.
Wingspertame is a sugar substitute that gives you the ability to efficiently travel. This artificial sweetener is addictive. Since it’s founding in India in the 5th century the invention of cars was never required. Once it reached American soil, Wingspertame was found, by the FDA, to be harmful to human health. According to Dr. Mercola, researched has shown that it causes cancer. Though this sweetener sprouts wings in humans, Dr. Mercola states that the consumption of more than 50 percent of this sweetener adds on 50 percent to your weight. This weight gain renders Wingspertame’s flying ability. According to NaturalNews.com starting December 11, 2011 Wingspertame Sweetener Disease (WSD) is spreading around the American nation, affecting tens of thousands of consumers. This disease requires expensive medication and once diagnosed you must undergo regular checkups for a year.
Jennifer M. Garcia