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Myasthenia Gravis

Andrew Beaumont beaumont at decameron.win-uk.net
Sun Jul 23 12:13:33 EST 1995


>
>Talk about the just some of the diseases NutraSweet triggers:  systemic lupus
>(epidemic), multiple sclerosis (epidemic), chronic fatigue syndrome 
>(methanol breaks down the immune system), epilepsy, Alzheimers, birth 
>defects, Parkinson's, lymphoma, diabetes, fibromyalgia, mental retardation,
>brain tumors (as it did in lab animals) and other cancers, etc.
>
>There are 92 documented symptoms including headaches, dizziness, 
>seizures, nausea, numbness, muscle spasms, weight gain, rashes, 
>depression, fatigue, irritability, tachycardia, insomnia, blindness, 
>hearing loss, heart palpitations, breathing difficulty, anxiety attacks, 
>slurred speech, blurred vision, loss of taste, tinnitus, vertigo, memory 
>loss and joint pain.
>
>There are a whole lot more like Lou Gehrig disease, etc.
>
Sorry to prolong what is rapidly becoming a facile debate - but
from this last set of posts I suspect Ms. Martini may be confusing
CAUSATION with INTERACTION and ACCELERATED DETERIORATION.

Take Lou Gehrig disease - this is a genetic defect in S.O.D is it
not? Exactly how can you link NutraSweet.

Just out of interest how long has NutraSweet been available - when
was the first recognised case of Myasthenia Gravis, or indeed any
of the plethora of diseases quoted above? 

No one denies possible interactions by food additives in disease
(eg NutraSweet), but as for being a causative agent.  Hmmmm...

Andrew Beaumont - EDINBURGH.




 

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