betty at noel.pd.org
Thu Mar 7 12:09:07 EST 1996
You might be interested to know at the World Environmental Conference at
the end of November Dr. Clarice Gaylord of the EPA announced an epidemic
of MS and lupus. I explained to Dr. Gaylord that I was there to lecture
on that very subject. She said they did not know the toxin causing it
and I said it was aspartame marketed as NutraSweet/Equal/Spoonful and no
telling what since the patent has expired. And that it wasn't MS abut in
reality methanol toxicity from aspartame that mimicks MS. And yes, lupus
is just rampant from aspartame.
You may think this is a sweetener. What it is a sweet poison. You're
talking about a product that is made of methanol (wood alcohol) that
converts to formaldehyde and formic acid, and two neurotoxic amino acids,
phenylalanine and aspartic acid, because they are isolated from the other
amino acids in protein. They go past the blood brain barrier and
deteriorate the neurons of the brain and even is escalating Alzheimers.
Dr. H. J. Roberts, world expert, on the subject has even written a new
book called DEFENSE AGAINST ALZHEIMERS (1 800 -814-9800) You can also
get tapes on aspartame at that number.
Also neurosurgeon, Dr. Russell Blaylock has written EXCITOTOXINS; THE
TASTE THAT KILLS (1 800 -643-2665).
As to seizures, they are epidemic because of aspartame. The
phenylalanine in aspartame breaks down the seizure threshold of the brain
and depletes serotonin.
I attended the Conference of the American College ofPhysicians with Dr.
Roberts last year and in Neurology the professor said: "Somebody please
tell us where all these seizures are coming from!"
If you friend is on aspartame they should stop as soon as you get off the
poison. Remember you're dealing with a product that is made of a severe
metabolic poison, methanol, and neurotoxic amino acids made of petro
chemicals. It is not a diet product nor a food additive. The
Congressional Record says it makes you crave carbohydrates so you get fat.
You can read the report of the World Environmental Conference on our
auto-responder. Simply put sendme help in the subject line like this for
Subject: sendme help
When you get a directory simply put sendme again in th subject line and
whatever file you want to access exactly as typed in the lefthand side of
the directory. Example: sendme diabetes-aspartame
I would like to hear back and know if she gets off aspartame and the rest
of her case history.
You can also check out this web site for more information:
I'll forward you a post I just did on a report by Dr. Morgan Raiford. He
was the specialist in methanol toxicity in the US and diagosed many of
the patients who went blind on aspartame. Unfortunately he died about a
year ago and we don't know where to send these patients now. Aspartame
is now in 7000 products and seizures, lupus, MS, Alzheimers, chronic
fatigue, Parkinson's and many of the neurological symptoms reported by
the FDA and neurologicals diseases are epidemic. The FDA in August
listed 92 documented symptoms from coma to death, under the post on our
responder titled "devastations".
To get more information on aspartame, email betty at pd.org as follows:
Subject: sendme help
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Betty Martini 1. Take the 60-day No-Aspartame test
Mission Possible and send us your case history.
PO Box 28098 2. Tell your doctor and your friends.
Atlanta GA 30358 3. Return Aspar-Poisoned foods to the store.
USA (Nutrasweet(tm), Equal(tm), Spoonful(tm), etc)
We are dedicated to the proposition that we will not be satisfied until death
and disability are no longer considered an acceptable cost of business.
On Thu, 16 Nov 1995, Tamera Blood wrote:
> Hello, I have been following this newsgroup as a future neuroscience
> student. However now I have a question relating to a very close friend
> who has Lupus. She recently had what she describes as a seizure. While
> remaining completely aware, she was unable to move any limbs. She
> reports feeling frozen. Others present report it lasted 2-3 minutes
> before she moved. She just froze in the middle of an activity.
> Afterwards she was very tired, and slept through the next day. Normally
> sleep is hard to come by due to the extreme pain of the lupus. I work
> with head trauma victims, and this sounds to me like a seizure. Her
> doctor won't see her for 3 more weeks, even when this was reported. (The
> joys of HMO's)
> What types of neurlogical problems are associated with Lupus, and how
> could this event be related? I was concerened about the possibility of
> stroke, but the sleeping afterwards seems more like a seizure to me.
> Thank-you for any help.
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