Are they Selling Disease for Profits?
Aspartame – Gather the facts and make your own decision. Please read some of the evidence that we have gathered. Do you think so many passionate professionals argue over the safety of aspartame consumption for no reason? If you believe the studies that state aspartame is entirely safe, why do you think so many of these people have come forward in such intense battles? This is just a question to ask yourself. Do they really have an argument that aspartame is unsafe? If they did not believe it was not fit for human consumption, why would they put so much energy into educating society about their beliefs that it is harmful?
The science is abundant behind all of their beliefs that aspartame is toxic to the body, but can we battle the big industry giants and their multi-million dollar campaign to convince you aspartame is safe?
You can blindly believe or dig deep into the links and the research we have supplied here for you to make up your mind after you read the science.
Our opinion is that these groups worldwide trying to bring the truth about aspartame to the forefront are doing it so passionately because they are trying to protect the public. We agree that this product is only available to us due to the big businesses and deception.
We have compiled some evidence that shows the science behind the belief that aspartame is not fit for human consumption. Some go as far as saying it is deadly. The science suggests that drinking one can of soda containing aspartame a day increases type II diabetes by sixty-seven percent. Science also indicates that women who are more substantial consumers of aspartame-containing diet drinks might be more likely to experience heart attacks, other cardiovascular problems, and dangerous blood clots.
Several large-scale prospective cohort studies found a positive correlation between artificial sweetener use and weight gain. Remember, anything that says diet on the label very possibly contains aspartame. Most consumers consume these products to avoid sugar but may be unaware of this replacement’s health effects.
Aspartame ingestion results in the production of methanol, formaldehyde, and formate: In the gastrointestinal tract, aspartame is hydrolyzed to one of its component materials, methanol, and the two amino acids, phenylalanine and aspartic acid. Two amino acids, phenylalanine and aspartic acid, have neurotoxic effects.
Letters of Testimony Aspartame is a Muliopotential carcinogen
Letters of testimony to the House Committee on Health state that Aspartame is a multipotential carcinogen. They also state that the FDA knew it over two decades ago. Furthermore, they discuss two of the most impeccable studies ever done, the Ramazzini Studies.
Their conclusion: Aspartame is unfit for human consumption. Aspartame is deadly.
“Given the cancer-causing potential of aspartame, how would the FDA justify its position that it views a certain amount of aspartame as constituting an allowable daily intake or ‘safe’ level of it? Is that position in effect not equivalent to setting a ‘tolerance’ for this food additive and thus a violation of that law? And if the FDA itself elects to violate the law, who is left to protect the health of the public?”
Betty Martini is just one person responsible for exposing the toxic effects of aspartame. She has been dubbed a conspiracy theorist, and one goes so far as to call her a loon. They state that she is responsible for the Aspartame internet scare. Of course, the big industry puts this information out there. The facts are the facts, and the only way they can battle against the truth is to discredit anyone who speaks the truth that will interfere with their profits. Any time you read that someone is a loon, ask yourself who wrote this, and what are they trying to hide? Here is some truth.
Dr. Martini has been awarded an honorary Doctor of Humanities degree for the work she has done. Martini has compiled medical literature showing that numerous health risks multiple sclerosis, systemic lupus, methanol toxicity, memory loss, birth defects, blindness, depression, anxiety, and death) are associated with the consumption of aspartame.
Many come forward to battle big business and expose them for not giving a damn about human health. Their defense, most of the time, is to call them conspiracy theorists, among other things.
Let’s take a look at some more factual information that is often suppressed.
But do artificial sweeteners help reduce weight?
Surprisingly, epidemiologic data suggest the contrary. Several large-scale prospective cohort studies found a positive correlation between artificial sweetener use and weight gain.
Lastly, artificial sweeteners, precisely because they are sweet, encourage sugar craving and sugar dependence. Repeated exposure trains flavor preference . A strong correlation exists between a person’s customary intake of a flavor and his preferred intensity for that flavor. Systematic reduction of dietary salt  or fat  without any flavorful substitution throughout several weeks led to a preference for lower levels of those nutrients in the research subjects. In light of these findings, a similar approach might be used to reduce sugar intake. Unsweetening the world’s diet  may be the key to reversing the obesity epidemic.
As a point of reference for the reader, a 12-ounce can of diet soda usually contains about 192 milligrams of aspartame, and a packet of the tabletop sweetener contains about 35mg.