There is a Biochemical Warfare Agent in Your Food Supply!

There is so much evidence showing aspartame to be
a potentially deadly agent that several prominent,
well-educated doctors and even judges have written
books on the subject. H.J. Roberts three-pound time
Aspartame Disease — An Ignored Epidemic is another
must-read if you’re anywhere near the fence on this
issue.

Does it make sense that aspartame, once listed by
the Pentagon as a biochemical warfare agent is
now an integral part of your modern diet?

That’s exactly what happened with aspartame –
it’s the poster child for unconscionable greed
coupled with political power that may run as
deep as the CIA.

That aspartame is a profitable business should
be no surprise. As an example, the Maryland-based
biotech company Genex Corporation went from
reporting $14.3 million in revenues in 1985, to
a paltry $2.8 million in 1986 after they lost
their aspartame business. Genex had been one
of the main suppliers of aspartame up until
October 1985, at which time the NutraSweet
Company began manufacturing the chemical
themselves.

Sold commercially under names like NutraSweet,
Equal, Spoonful, Equal-Measure and Canderel,
aspartame can be found in more than 6,000 products,
including:

Diet sodas, juice drinks, and flavored waters
Chewing gum
Table-top sweeteners
Diet and diabetic foods
Breakfast cereals, such as Fiber One
Fiber supplements, such as orange flavored Metamucil
Jams
Sweets
It’s even found in vitamins, as well as
prescription and over the-counter drugs
such as Alka Seltzer Plus, and some Tylenol
medications.

One 12 ounce diet soda contains about 180 mg of
aspartame, or 15 mg of aspartame per ounce,
which equals approximately 4.5 packets of
NutraSweet.

According to the industry-run Aspartame Information
Center website – a propaganda masterpiece, if I
ever saw one — the Acceptable Daily Intake (ADI),
as set by the FDA, is 50 mg/kg. That equates to
about 20 cans of 12-ounce diet soda if you’re a
150 lb. adult, or six 12-ounce cans for a
50-pound child.

The ADI for tabletop sweeteners is 97 packets for
adults, and 32 packets for children. Based on the
photos from Mrs. Inness-Brown’s experiment, using
the equivalent of two-thirds of the aspartame
contained in one 8 ounce can of soda per day, these
ADI’s do not appear to be anywhere near “safe”
limits.

The Aspartame Information Center’s “myth” section
goes on to make this statement: “Despite the
overwhelming documentation of aspartame’s safety,
unfounded allegations that aspartame is associated
with a myriad of ailments, including multiple
sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease,
and lupus, have continued to be spread via the
Internet and the media by a few individuals who
have no documented scientific or medical expertise.

Recently, several governments and expert scientific
committees (including the Scientific Committee on
Food of the European Commission, the United Kingdom’s
Food Standards Agency, the French Food Safety Agency
and Health Canada) carefully evaluated the Internet
allegations and found them to be false, reconfirming
the safety of aspartame.”

Really, now…

Well, certain parts are partially true. For example,
the Scientific Committee on Food of the European
Commission did come out with a report named Update
on the Safety of Aspartame in December of 2002,
concluding aspartame was safe.

Whether or not the Committee could get an A for
accuracy, attention and impartiality is debatable,
however. This Independent Analysis of the EU report
in question states: “This response will demonstrate
that:

1. Members of the European Commission Scientific
Committee on Food have ethical and financial
conflicts of interest with the food industry that
should have disqualified them from participation
on the Committee.

2. Members of the Scientific Committee on Food did
not read some or most of the research papers they
cited.

3. The report ignored independent research related
to aspartame and instead relied heavily on and
frequently cited articles in books and reviews put
together by employees or consultants of the
aspartame manufacturers (Monsanto and Ajinomoto).

4. Persons ingesting aspartame are being exposed to
significant amounts of formaldehyde that has
been shown by independent research to accumulate
throughout the body.

5. Aspartame manufacturer-sponsored studies are
designed in a way as to avoid the possibility of
finding adverse effects, yet the Committee accepted
these studies without any question. In contrast,
nearly all independent research on aspartame in
humans and animals has found that it can cause
health problems.

6. Human studies and clinical reports published in
the medical literature linking aspartame use to
fibromyalgia, seizures, panic attacks, mania,
brain cancer, migraines / headaches, vertigo,
symptoms related to depression, memory loss, hives,
irregular heart beats, and numerous other symptoms
were largely ignored by the Committee.”

The Aspartame Danger is NO MYTH!

Contrary to what the PR machine says, there is
overwhelming scientific evidence that aspartame
is exactly as dangerous as we say it is, and
whenever you root around to see who gave aspartame the
latest “clean bill of health,” invariably you will
find ties to the industry.

By the Aspartame Information Center’s statement above,
you’d be led to believe that Dr. Morando Soffritti
of the European Foundation of Oncology in Bologna,
Italy is a home schooled scientist with
“no documented scientific or medical expertise”
either.

But as Mrs. Inness-Brown details in her article,
Dr. Soffritti’s 8-year mega-experiment with
1,800 rats, completed in 2005, is perhaps one of
the most telling studies performed to date.

The results of his experiment also showed a
dose-related increase of lymphomas and leukemias
in female rats, observable at the dose level of
20 mg/Kg of body weight – just 40 percent of the
accepted daily intake permitted by current
regulations.

And what about the photos? Do they lie?

They show the visual manifestation of many of
the common symptoms associated with aspartame,
according to FDA’s own records, including:

1) Tumor formations
2) Eye problems, including: protruding eyes, retinal
detachment, blindness and bleeding eyes
3) Partial paralysis
4) Spasmodic Torticollis (involuntary spasms in head
and neck)
5) Unsteady gait
6) Skin problems and lesions
7) Obesity
8) Genetic damage and birth defects

All of these symptoms are the result of the toxic
acidic nature of aspartame.

I have an assortment of information about
aspartame — its chemical makeup and biological
impact – posted on my site at:

http://www.articlesofhealth.blogspot.com

A good place to start is by reading the “Related
Articles” on my site, or simply enter “aspartame”
in the search box on Google.

How to Kick the Artificial Sweetener Habi?

If you consume a lot of acidic diet foods and
beverages, it’s likely because you have sweet
cravings (yet you think you are making a healthy
choice by avoiding sugar).

Your body, however, is craving sweets because you
are not giving it the mineral salts that it needs.

It may sound hard to believe right now, but once you
start eating and drinking alkaline food and especially
eating unprocessed mineral sea salts your acidic sugar
cravings will disappear forever.

http://www.phmiracleliving.com/pHourSalts.htm
http://www.phmiracleliving.com/pHourSalts.htm

Additionally, don’t underestimate the power of the
emotional component of acidic food and drink cravings.
When you start alkalizing your body with the right
kinds of food and drink you start feeling
better and when you start feeling better you start
thinking better and when you start thinking better
you start doing better.

http://www.phmiracleliving.com/books.htm

7 thoughts on “There is a Biochemical Warfare Agent in Your Food Supply!”

  1. It’s great to see people exposing the corrupt food system – keep it up!Aspartame is a neurotoxin. I would highly recommend checking out http://www.sweetremedy.tv for more information about this. The woman who runs that site was diagnosed with MS and brain tumors, and was partially paralyzed after heavily ingesting diet soda for many years. When she gave up aspartame products she got better in six months. Her story is told in “Sweet Misery” and the follow-up film, “Sweet Remedy.” If you are interested in seeing those films, go tohttp://www.sweetremedy.tv/pages/shopcart/shopcartindex.html

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  2. It’s great to see people exposing the corrupt food system – keep it up!Aspartame is a neurotoxin. I would highly recommend checking out http://www.sweetremedy.tv for more information about this. The woman who runs that site was diagnosed with MS and brain tumors, and was partially paralyzed after heavily ingesting diet soda for many years. When she gave up aspartame products she got better in six months. Her story is told in “Sweet Misery” and the follow-up film, “Sweet Remedy.” If you are interested in seeing those films, go tohttp://www.sweetremedy.tv/pages/shopcart/shopcartindex.html

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  3. It’s great to see people exposing the corrupt food system – keep it up!Aspartame is a neurotoxin. I would highly recommend checking out http://www.sweetremedy.tv for more information about this. The woman who runs that site was diagnosed with MS and brain tumors, and was partially paralyzed after heavily ingesting diet soda for many years. When she gave up aspartame products she got better in six months. Her story is told in “Sweet Misery” and the follow-up film, “Sweet Remedy.” If you are interested in seeing those films, go tohttp://www.sweetremedy.tv/pages/shopcart/shopcartindex.html

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  4. It’s great to see people exposing the corrupt food system – keep it up!Aspartame is a neurotoxin. I would highly recommend checking out http://www.sweetremedy.tv for more information about this. The woman who runs that site was diagnosed with MS and brain tumors, and was partially paralyzed after heavily ingesting diet soda for many years. When she gave up aspartame products she got better in six months. Her story is told in “Sweet Misery” and the follow-up film, “Sweet Remedy.” If you are interested in seeing those films, go tohttp://www.sweetremedy.tv/pages/shopcart/shopcartindex.html

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  5. It’s great to see people exposing the corrupt food system – keep it up!Aspartame is a neurotoxin. I would highly recommend checking out http://www.sweetremedy.tv for more information about this. The woman who runs that site was diagnosed with MS and brain tumors, and was partially paralyzed after heavily ingesting diet soda for many years. When she gave up aspartame products she got better in six months. Her story is told in “Sweet Misery” and the follow-up film, “Sweet Remedy.” If you are interested in seeing those films, go tohttp://www.sweetremedy.tv/pages/shopcart/shopcartindex.html

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  6. It’s great to see people exposing the corrupt food system – keep it up!Aspartame is a neurotoxin. I would highly recommend checking out http://www.sweetremedy.tv for more information about this. The woman who runs that site was diagnosed with MS and brain tumors, and was partially paralyzed after heavily ingesting diet soda for many years. When she gave up aspartame products she got better in six months. Her story is told in “Sweet Misery” and the follow-up film, “Sweet Remedy.” If you are interested in seeing those films, go tohttp://www.sweetremedy.tv/pages/shopcart/shopcartindex.html

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  7. It’s great to see people exposing the corrupt food system – keep it up!Aspartame is a neurotoxin. I would highly recommend checking out http://www.sweetremedy.tv for more information about this. The woman who runs that site was diagnosed with MS and brain tumors, and was partially paralyzed after heavily ingesting diet soda for many years. When she gave up aspartame products she got better in six months. Her story is told in “Sweet Misery” and the follow-up film, “Sweet Remedy.” If you are interested in seeing those films, go tohttp://www.sweetremedy.tv/pages/shopcart/shopcartindex.html

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