Betty Martini betty at
Sat Mar 30 00:43:12 EST 1996

Andy:  I just noticed this post.  You should read some of the articles on 
the auto-responder.  There is Senator Metzenbaum's bill and he went over 
the problems surfacing in the population in l985 and wanted independent 
studies done by NIH, not funded by the manufacturer.  Its mentioned it 
changes the dopamine level of the brain!  Thats what first started my 
research on aspartame.  I had a friend with Parkinson's who was acting 
like a windup toy out-of-control!  He was on NutraSweet!  Thats when I 
met Dr. Roberts, author of books and publications on aspartame.  He said: 
"Get him off quick, it changes the dopamine level of the brain - it can 
kill him."  It almost did.  A week off aspartame all the crazy leg 
kicking and arm swinging stopped.  

How can you trust the studies by the manufacturer since some were the 
target of an indictment for fraud that was never carried out because the 
US attorney (Skinner) went to work for the law firm defending the case 
instead of indicting them.  Independen studies show aspartame to be a poison.

If you haven't seen Dr. Morgan Raiford's report on how aspartame destroys 
the optic nerve and the nervous system let me know and I''ll send it to you.


To get more information on aspartame, email betty at as follows:
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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. 
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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, 30 Nov 1995, Andrew K. Groves wrote:

> In article <grant-2811951827450001 at>,
> grant at (Grant Schampel) wrote:
> > So, what are some solid studies on aspartame and demyelinating autoimmune
> > disorders (MS, CIDP, whatever)?
> > 
> There are none. Similarly for Parkinson's. (Actually, there was one for
> Parkinson's that showed no effect on motor function during the period of
> the experiment).
> -- 
> Andy Groves
> Division of Biology, 216-76
> California Institute of Technology

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