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Thursday, July 1, 2010


This bogus email talked about on the Internet and, is from an anonymous source. We always sign our emails and articles. Unfortunately, this is a sophomoric, gobble-de-gook cartoon of what we've been doing all these years. It's filled with inaccuracies too lengthy to go into now. But, it was generated by the people we are fighting to make fun of the entire anti-aspartame movement. No journalist worth his salt will go near it and that's the purpose.

Sorry, but this email is as phony as a three dollar bill. I am embarrassed to read it, yet it, for some reason [they know what they're doing] has gone 'viral' and friends keep emailing it to me, thinking it came from our campaign. I assure you, it did not. It was fashioned to 'look' that way to make fun of our work. And, to give something to have a field day with.

We always appreciate rational, documented and signed writings that further explain the harmful effects of aspartame sweetenersI At the same time, we bitterly resent these blatantly deliberate efforts to trick the readers by presenting false information as fact. You want the real story - tell people to go to our official website -

Thank you,
Mary Nash Stoddard, Author Deadly Deception Story of Aspartame (Odenwald Press 1998)
Founder: Aspartame Consumer Safety Network and Pilot Hotline since 1987