Betty Martini

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Betty Martini
Posted almost 2 years ago
Evidence aspartame is poison
To the one who posted where does the methanol go from the blood stream if it doesn't convert to formaldehyde:. Dr. Woodrow Monte responds if it doesn't turn into formaldehyde it is lost to the body in the Urine, sweat, breath and tears. Everyone should get a copy of this outstanding book, "While Science Sleeps: A sweetener kills" by Dr. Monte" You won't be able to put it down. Go to www.whilesciencesleeps.com All my best, Betty
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Betty Martini
Posted almost 2 years ago
Evidence aspartame is poison
Dear Charlene, Go to www.mpwhi.com and under aspartame videos see the movie, "Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World" and you wll hear from the world experts and attorney James Turner who with the famed Dr. John Olney tried to prevent approval. On the banners read the UPI Investigation. At the top read the FDA's eown report of 92 documented symptoms, and you wil also see peer reviewed research. Almost 100 per cent of independentstuies have shown the problems. The medical text, "spartame Didease: An Ignored Epidemic" by the late world expert H. J. Roberts, M.D. is 1000 pages of horrors, and gives the mechanism b which aspartame causes the neurodegenerative diseases and cancers. Google: "No Safe Dose of Aspartame, "National Health Federation" and hear whaet the FDA toxicologist told Congress. The congressional records and even the UPI Investigation are on the banners on www.mpwhi.com along with the Board of Inquiry revoked petition for approval and Dr. John Olney's 50 page testimony to the FDA. The new book, "While Science Sleeps: A Sweetener Kills by Dr. Woodrow Monte explains so perfectly why it kills and reaqd neurosurgeon Russell Blaylock's , "Excitotocins: The Taste That Kills. On www.whilesciencekills.com you can read the last chapter in Dr. Monte's book and how the FDA ended up making a deal with the original manuacturer never to allow the public to see the teratology studies and why it is responsible for the autism epidemic. All my best, Betty
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Betty Martini
Posted almost 2 years ago
Evidence aspartame is poison
Thank you Jim. The reason aspartame is addictive is the methyl ester immediately becomes free methyl alcohol which is classified as a narcotic. This causes chronic methanol poisoning which effects the dopamine system of the brain and causes the addiction. So many of these victims go through horrible withdrawal getting off of it. So often these victims end up with cancer from the formaldehyde. Plus it breaks down to DKP, a brain tumor agent. Betty
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Betty Martini
Posted almost 2 years ago
Evidence aspartame is poison
You got it Aarthi. At one point Wikipeia let you add the facts but something changed and all of a sudden they started deleting what was accurate. A lot of people got involved. It's difficult to find out who is responsible so you can correct the information. When there was a question of whether I lectured for the World Environmental Conference I tried to get the letters asking me to speak and then thanking me for speaking, it wasn't accepted. Others have tried to correct them without success. Here is the history of aspartame: http://rense.com/general50/KILLER.HTM If you go to my web site, www.mpwhi.com and click on aspartame videos see "Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World". It has the experts in it and an attorney who explains how Don Rumsfeld got it on the market after the FDA tried to have them indicted for fraud and revoked the petition for approval. Then Rumsfeld went into action. It's all in the movie. All my best, Betty www.mpwhi.com
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Betty Martini
Posted almost 2 years ago
Evidence aspartame is poison
Yes, Dr. Walton is a psychiatrist. He did his own aspartame study because he knew aspartame triggers psychiatric and behavioral problems and interact with all antidepressants. Yet, there are people who suffer depression and other problems. He wondered if people were already depressed what would happen if they used aspartame. Monsanto would't even sell him the aspartame because they could not control the study, so he got it elsewhere. In th healthy group the adminnistrator lost his vision in one eye from a retinal detachment, another had conjunctival bleeding. Those in the compromized group said they were being poisoned. Dr. Walton didn't even use a high ADI. The institution stopped the study because of the reactions. Shows you when you do an honest study aspartame always shows the problems. Dr. Walton did the research for 60 Minutes as well on funding and scientific peer reviewed research. Betty
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Betty Martini
Posted almost 2 years ago
Evidence aspartame is poison
The blunders are yours, not Dr. Monte. Methanol being bound to pectin is as well known as 2 plus 2. Dr. Monte is known te world over and is highly respected. I'm familiar with his knowledge of chemistry but not yours. I know methanol binds to pectin because I've heard it from world experts on aspartame. From a TV interview here is what Ralph Walton, M.D. " Walton explained why he disagrees. "In fruit you have the antidote along with it. And also the methanol component is bound to something called pectin, in fruit. We humans don't have the enzyme to split methanol off from pectin. So, in fruit it's perfectly harmless, but that's not the case in aspartame," he said." You simply didn't know all the facts. Betty
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Betty Martini
Posted almost 2 years ago
Evidence aspartame is poison
Dear Peter, Most of what food science and nutrition is... is chemistry. Dr. Monte has had more classes in chemistry and biochemistry than most chemistry majors. His VC plainly shows that he was a professional member of the American Chemical Society. Are you? Betty www.mpwhi.com
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Betty Martini
Posted almost 2 years ago
Evidence aspartame is poison
Dear Peter, Most of what food science and nutrition is... is chemistry. Dr. Monte has had more classes in chemistry and biochemistry than most chemistry majors. Note from his CV that it plainly shows he was a professional member of the American Chemical Society. Are you? . All my best, Betty www.mpwhi.com