Monday, June 05, 2006

[september_eleven_vreeland] Digest Number 1380

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1. Video: Sweet Misery - A Poisoned World - Aspartame Cancer, Parts 1,2
From: "shane_digital"


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Date: Sun Jun 4, 2006 4:36 am (PDT)
From: "shane_digital"
Subject: Video: Sweet Misery - A Poisoned World - Aspartame Cancer, Parts 1,2

Aspartame causes Cancer (Diet Soda, sugar-free candy, sugar-free gum,
chewable vitamins(children's chewable vitamins also!)

The FDA would not approve a poison to put on grocery store shelves and
in hundreds of products just because a few political favors were
pulled in, would they?

After 7000 miles, and 25 hours of footage, "Sweet Misery" reveals one
of the most pervasive, insidious forms of corporate negligence in the
history of the industrial revolution.

"Aspartame is inherently, markedly and uniquely unstable in aqueous
media" is a quote from the congressional record in 1985, yet it was
approved for use in soft drinks and other beverages.

So what happened?

Is there credible evidence if you look beyond the smokescreen of
corporate medicine? The primary research and interviews have been
quite disturbing.

Dr. Woodrow C. Monte wrote: "Methanol [one of the breakdown products
of aspartame] has no therapeutic properties and is considered only as
a toxicant. The ingestion of two teaspoons is considered lethal in
humans" (Monte, Woodrow, "Aspartame: Methanol and the Public Health",
Journal of Applied Nutrition, Vol. 36, Number 1, 1984, p. 44).

Long-term use can create a ticking time-bomb for a large array of
neurological illnesses, including (but not limited to) Brain Cancer,
Lou Gehrig's Disease, Graves Disease, Chronic Fatigue, MS and Epilepsy.



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