Aspartame

Aspartame Death in a can?

Aspartame could be the cause for Depression the number one cause of being Depressed
Aspartame could be the cause for Depression the number one cause of being Depressed

Aspartame is in the News again. A new study found Aspartame to be a deadly. In an 11-year study by scientists at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, there was a strong positive correlation found between degeneration of kidney function and consumption of aspartame containing diet soda. It’s no wonder that people are depressed with the drinking of diet soda. Not only does it cause depression but now it’s causing kidney disease and other medical conditions. Thanks again to Monsatan.

Is diet soda really that bad for you? This is neither the first nor will it be the last time diet soda and artificially sweetened goods will come under fire from the scientific community. The Food and Drug Administration quickly approved aspartame, called “NutraSweet,” in 1974 in use for limited foods, but only after examining studies provided by G. D. Searle Co.. Yes, the inventor of aspartame.

This new study solves both of those issues. The fact that it also shows a positive link to cancer should come as no surprise, because a previous best in class research study done on animals (900 rats over their entire natural lifetimes) showed strikingly similar results back in 2006: Aspartame significantly increased the risk for lymphomas and leukemia in both men and women.

Aspartame I'll see you real soon
Aspartame I’ll see you real soon

Aspartame, What is it?

Aspartame is a low-calorie sweetener that is approximately 200 times sweeter than sucrose. Aspartame is unique among low-calorie sweeteners in that it is completely broken down by the body into its components the amino acids, aspartic acid and phenylalanine, and a small amount of methanol. These components are found in greater amounts in common foods, such as meat, milk, fruits, and vegetables, and are used by the body in the same ways whether they come from aspartame or common foods.

Aspartame is one of the most thoroughly studied food ingredients ever, with more than 200 scientific studies supporting its safety. In addition to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) of the World Health Organization and Food and Agriculture Organization, the Scientific Committee on Food of the European Union (SCF), and regulatory agencies in more than 100 countries have reviewed aspartame and found it to be safe for use.
Consumer research shows that low and reduced calorie foods and beverages have become part of the lifestyle of millions of men and women who want to stay in better overall health, control their weight, or simply enjoy the many low or reduced calorie products available. Currently, aspartame is found in more than 6,000 products and is consumed by over 200 million people around the world.

Aspartame has been deemed safe for human consumption by over 100 regulatory agencies in their respective countries, including the UK Food Standards Agency, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and Health Canada. F.D.A. in the U.S.A. It’s well-known that the F.D.A. is run by executives from Monsatan. Is it any wonder that Aspartame was approved?

F.D.A. approved Aspartame. Now Aspartame deemed deadly.What? I can't confirm or deny anything. What? I didn't see anything. What? I can hear you.
F.D.A. approved Aspartame. Now Aspartame deemed deadly.
What? I can’t confirm or deny anything. What? I didn’t see anything. What? I can hear you.

Aspartame is more Study needed?

Published in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, the study followed 3,318 women for a number of years as they consumed diet soda containing artificial sweeteners like Aspartame. Scientists took into account each participant’s age, blood pressure, smoking habits (when applicable), and pre-existing conditions like heart disease or diabetes, and administered food frequency questionnaires in 1984, 1986, 1990, 1994, and 1998. Two or more diet drinks daily, it was found, led to a doubled risk in fast-paced kidney decline.

The combined results of this new study showed that just one 12-fl oz. can (355 ml) of diet soda daily leads to:

  •     42 percent higher leukemia risk in men and women (pooled analysis)
  •     102 percent higher multiple myeloma risk (in men only)
  •     31 percent higher non-Hodgkin  lymphoma risk (in men only)

A separate study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that, contrary to safety claims made by the manufacturers of aspartame, health-related concerns including non-Hodgkin lymphoma and leukemia still abound. While study authors at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School admitted that there were other variables to consider, such as the sex of the consumer in that particular case, they remained troubled by the risks associated with diet soda.

It was only after a research psychiatrist concluded that aspartic acid, a key ingredient in aspartame, made holes in mice brains that the FDA rounded up a task force to investigate Searle’s claims. The investigation unveiled a series of falsified claims, corrupted study results, and information that simply wasn’t there. Although the FDA moved for further investigation of Searle by grand jury, US Attorney Thomas Sullivan and Assistant US Attorney William Conlon didn’t lift a finger to help. Conlon, however, found a job at the law firm representing Searle. It’s worth noting that diet soda is also high in sodium and in greater amounts than found in sodas sweetened with sugar or corn starch (which were not examined in either study).

Aspartame and You

Since then, the genetically modified creation, aspartame, has been implicated in a number of studies as potentially causing tumors, seizures, brain holes, and reproductive problems. But the mainstream media won’t report on the aspartame cancer link.

Aspartame proponents claim it’s harmless, pointing out that phenylalanine and aspartic acid can be readily found in whole foods. However, comparing aspartame to whole food is really comparing apples to oranges.
In a normal protein like meat, fish or eggs, phenylalanine and aspartic acid comprise 4-5 percent each of the total amino acid profile. This is how nature intends the human body to encounter these two amino acids and there is nothing wrong with these substances if they occur naturally in a proper balance with other amino acids. But in aspartame the ratio of these two amino acids is 50 percent phenylalanine and 40 percent aspartic acid (with 10 percent methyl ester bond, aka wood alcohol, a known poison).
In other words, on a percentage basis this is a massive quantity of two unnaturally isolated amino acids that are simply not found in this ratio in nature, bonded together by a known poison. The result of this chemical cocktail is a sweet tasting neurotoxin.

Aspartame Neurotoxin in a bag
Aspartame Neurotoxin in a bag

As a result of its unnatural structure, your body processes the amino acids found in aspartame very differently from a steak or a piece of fish. The amino acids in aspartame literally attack your cells, even crossing the blood-brain barrier to attack your brain cells, creating a toxic cellular over stimulation, called excitotoxicity. MSG is another excitotoxin, and works synergistically with aspartame to create even more damage to your brain cells.

The truth is, aspartame should never have been approved, and it should not be on the market, considering how many complaints the FDA has received by people who experienced frightening and devastating side effects from it. Proven Unsafe But FDA Approved: Are YOU Still Consuming This Man-Made Poison?

Aspartame toxic
Aspartame toxic

The artificial sweetener aspartame is the number one source of side-effect complaints to the FDA, with over 10,000 complaints filed and over 91 symptoms documented that are related to its consumption. Among them are mental adverse effects such as depression and panic attacks. Unfortunately, aspartame toxicity is not well-known by doctors, despite its frequency and usage.

Other artificial sweeteners, like sucralose (supposedly, “made from sugar”), have been implicated in other health problems like changing the gut flora environment and preventing proper nutrient absorption, according to the January 2008 issue of the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health.

Aspartame Better than natural Sweetner?
Aspartame Better than natural Sweetener?

Thus far, Stevia has drawn little fire comparative to artificial sweeteners, although excessive use might be cautioned as with anything. Stevia is, however, safer to use than artificial or GMOZ sugar, especially for diabetics. Be careful about Stevia. Some sources are not from the plant, but from GMOZ yeast cells programmed to manufacture it.

There is now more reason than ever to completely avoid aspartame in our daily diet. For those who are tempted to go back to sugary sodas as a “healthy” alternative, this study had a surprise finding: men consuming one or more sugar sweetened sodas daily saw a 66 percent increase in non-Hodgkin lymphoma (even worse than for diet soda). Perhaps the healthiest soda is NO SODA AT ALL.

Knowledge is Power

Take your Power Back

CJC

Aspartame
Aspartame Your Ticket to early Death

Disclaimer: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment of any kind. We don’t imply or condone the breaking of any laws. For educational purposes Only. Or are we telling anybody to do anything regarding themselves. Nor, am I a terrorist. We are all big boys and girls and can make up our own minds, if the government Clowns would just take the fluoride out of the water supplies. But that’s not going to happen, anytime soon.

Aspartame Death is sweet.

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