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Sunday, June 11, 2017


FECAL BACTERIA IN ASPARTAME and NEOTAME? D-Phenylalanine, 50% of Aspartame molecule, is cultured in a laboratory using Ecoli. Certain strains of the bacteria are known to cause illness, infections and even death, in some cases. Next time you hear media talk about an e.coli outbreak or epidemic somewhere, ask yourself this question: How many of the victims, (diagnosed with bacterial infections from exposure to e.coli in/on food sources), might also be reacting to their subsequent ingestion of Aspartame-sweetened products? Aspartame is routinely found in: gum; yogurt; diet beverages such as sodas, juices, sports drinks, flavored tea and waters, diet sodas, dental products, OTC medications and Rx meds for infants, children and adults. Be an alert consumer. Don't always take the most convenient or media-offered causes of an illness epidemic when you hear of one. Many illnesses and epidemics did not exist prior to the advent of Aspartame in our environment, in 1981. These include, but are not limited to: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome; Lyme disease; Alzheimers; Dementia; Obesity; Mental Illness; ADD; Autism; PTSD; Panic Anxiety Disorder; Suicidal Depressions; Bipolar; and, many forms of Cancer, which did not exist before the 1980s.
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-- Hon. Mary Nash Stoddard / toxicology sourcebook author Deadly Deception Story of Aspartame (Odenwald Press 1998)