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Evidence aspartame is poison

Aspartame (NutraSweet/Eqkual/AminoSweet/Canderel/Benevia/951) is masquerading as an additive. In reality it is an addictive, excitoneurotoxic, carcinogenic , genetically engineered drug and adjuvant that damages the mitochondria and interacts with drugs and vaccines. The evidence for this is the 1000 page medical text "Aspartame Disease: An Ignored Epidemic" by H. J. Roberts, M.D. , www.sunsentpress.com

The Trocho Study in Barcelona showed that the formaldehyde converted from the free methyl alcohol embalms living tissues and damages DNA. In a conversation with Dr. M. Alemany he said "Aspartame will murder two hundred million people. In Dr. Woody Monte's recent book "While Science Sleeps" explains how the formaldehyde turns the tissues to plastic.

In the 2005 Ecologist it explains that aspartame at one time was listed with the pentagon in an inventory of prospective biochemical warfare weapons submiotted to Congress. Alex Constantine who wrote NutraPoison also gives information on this. Both can be googled or you can check under aspartame news on my web site, www.mpwhi.com

The FDA report lists 92 symptoms triggered by aspartame from blindness and seizures to coma and death. Aspartame also triggers an irregular heart rhythm and interacts with all cardiac medications as the medical text explains. It damages the caradiac conduction system and causes sudden death.

The FDA and G. D. Searle, kthe original manufacturer made a deal to never let the public see the teratory studies which showed neural tube defects accounting for the epidemic of autism. We have secured those studies no0w and the last chapter in Dr. Monte's book is free on www.whilesciencesleeps.com discussing the epidemic of autism.

You can join the Aspartame Information list for continued updates like the new Purdue Study with 40 years of research showing you how deadly this toxin is.

Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum, Mission Possible Intl

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  • Jul 17 2013: After talking to others in my community for 25+ years, and to physicians in many countries and to people on the Internet, I have learned that
    reactions to diet soda are quite common. A young man I know,
    a lawyer, had double vision. His ophthalmologist thought he had a brain
    tumor, but all the tests were negative. He stopped drinking diet soda, and
    within 3 months, the double vision was gone. It never returned.
    I have met hundreds and hundreds of people sickened by diet soda who are not related to me.
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      Jul 17 2013: Am I really to believe that you've discussed diet soda with hundreds and hundreds of strangers?
      • Jul 17 2013: Barbara Metzler is Mission Possible New Jersey and yes discuses the aspartame in diet soda daily. She is also a retired teacher and knows how to educate. She is an expert researcher.
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          Jul 17 2013: So Betty's one of your own people here to shill for you. I'm sure she's the one who's given your conversation a thumbs up as well. I believe this to be the most absurd and the most self-serving conversations I've ever seen posted here. I've flagged the entire conversation as spam.
    • Jul 17 2013: Well that's curious because a lot of people in my own family drink nothing unless it's diet soda, and they don't have any problems. This is a huge family by the way. Same goes for a lot of my class mates, and most of the people I know have drunk diet soda for quite some years. No problems at all.

      Funny thing is this: I was the one and only one who got headaches from drinking diet soda. So I would avoid it like the plague. Much later I realized that a chocolate pudding I liked a lot also had aspartame. I was also given a new drink to taste as part of a study to see if people would like it. It was great. No headaches. When the drink was finally introduced to the market, I started drinking it from time to time. No headaches. Then I read the label, ups, aspartame. Turns out that my headaches were not caused by aspartame. Either it was some other ingredient in the diet soda, or it was my own conviction that it had to be bad to drink something with an artificial sweetener.

      Also, I was doing some work on carcinogens, which lead me to learn a heck of a lot about substances that could cause cancers and how they are evaluated. To my surprise, given the fantasy that nature=healthy, I learned that many natural substances are much more powerful carcinogens, and can be present in enough amounts to be a problem, than artificial carcinogens. I also learned that synthetic and the length of the names of substances, or difficulty on pronunciation, had nothing to do with carcinogenic potential.

      So, forgive me but I doubt that you have any reliable information against aspartame. Either it's all in your mind and those of the people you have talked to, or you have talked to lots of people with different levels of phenylketonuria.
      • Jul 17 2013: Nobody escapes aspartame rregardless of what they say. When my daughter was about to be married I told her husband to be he couldn't marry my daughter on aspartame, and that I didn't want children with birth defects when they can be avoided. He insisted he had no problems but I refused to change my mind., He returned to Atlanta two weeks later off aspartame. While he reported no problems when he got off of it his joint pain disappeared as did the insomnia and other problems. He said he had no idea these were caused by aspartame and just thought he was getting older. Tkhey waited 5 years to have a child and the baby couldn't speak. My daughter studied day and night with him until he could talk. It doesn't matter if ithe man uses aspartame or the female.

        In fact, an organic market and health food store gave out booklets free on aspartame called Killer Cola. People going to doctors for years got off of it because the reports were so bad. In about sixty days, the owner called and said, "You'll never believe what is going on. People are waking up well from symptoms that disabled them. Fibromyalgia patients are no longer crippled with pain, and MS victims have walked out of wheelchairs. The blind can now see!" I told her I realized that had happened because one woman came to my door and fell into my arms She said, "I was blind and now I can see ". One physician said before Dr. Morgan Raiford died he said, " if anyone is really doing something about aspartame let them iunherit my recorfds." I have them.

        Here is the FDA's 92 symptoms on aspartame: http://www.mpwhi.com/92_aspartame_symptoms.pdf It is obvious at this ipoint you haven't read the recordfs. Click on scientific peer reviewed research at the top of the page www.mpwhi.com

        According to Dr. James Bowen who has Lou Gehrigs from aspartame, aspartame actually causes phenylketonuria. You might want to check the Aspartame Toxicity Center, www.holisticmed.com/aspartame Betty
      • Jul 17 2013: Actually I'm replying to Lawren for mentioning the word shill. Nobody is anybody's employee. We all work free the world over. We have operations in over 43 countries. Nobody gets a cent. The definition of a shill is . One who poses as a satisfied customer or an enthusiastic gambler to dupe bystanders into participating in a swindle. The aspartame industry is full of them. We expose them all. Barbara Metzler's daughter almost went blind and had seizures on aspartame. Off aspartame her daughter's sight improved and her seizures stopped. Since then she has been working "free" as Mission Possible New Jersey to save others from the problems aspartame caused her daughter. She saves lives everyday.
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        Jul 17 2013: Hi ED and Betty,

        The only thing I've heard (which doesn't mean I know it for a fact or I know it to be true) is that artificial sweeteners, aspartame among them, tend to get accumulated in the body and it's difficult for the body to get rid of them in a natural digestion process. Is it better than needing insuline after having too much sugar? I don't know. Time will tell. I like neither too much sugar and don't drink too much soda so I have no personal experience.

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