Aspartame: A Sweet Misery

Fluoride isn’t the only common chemical that is being promoted globally (although strangely fluoride is a municipal decision??).

Aspartame affects the nervous system & the endocrine system.

It affects the neurotransmitters in the brain, decreasing the levels of serotonin.

It becomes wood alcohol in your system when ingested – – a poison.

There is a large concentration of phenylalanine in aspartame.

The 1976 Groliers encyclopedia states cancer cannot live without phenylalanine. Phenylalanine makes up 50% of aspartame.

Phenylalanine is one of the essential amino acids found in proteins, but I am one of the believers that amino acids should be eaten in combination, not in isolated form. Nature provides amino acids in combination; only man isolates them for processing purposes.

Phenylalanine is found naturally in foods such as eggs, milk, bananas, and meat. If you are PKU (Phenylketonuric) or sensitive to phenylalanine, you will react to the phenylalanine in aspartame. You may want to get a blood test to check for this condition. Over the past 20 years, humans have become more aware of PKU reactions because human beings began using isolated phenylalanine to the degree it is harmful to some individuals, many as aspartame side effects. My suggestion would be to research PKU and phenylalanine extensively. Phenylalanine can be very harmful to diabetics.

Formaldehyde from aspartame cannot be removed from the body as can formaldehyde attached to pectin in fruit consumption. It therefore accumulates in the body.

Approval History:

In the late ’70’s Donald Rumsveld was made CEO of Searle and he lifted the company up, making it profitable. With Aspartame, he used political influence with the Regan Administration, altering the FDA to finally rush through the approval despite the Public Board of Inquiry’s adamant suggestion that the product could be responsible for brain tumors.




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