Aspartame Poison Century

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Aspartame Poison Century Thalidomide is 90 years of aspartame, a.k.a. NutraSweet, Finn, Zero Cal, and other trademarks. The text of the American researcher Barbara Alexander Mullarkey was aired on the Internet by Betty Martini and his original can be found in http://www.dorway.com. This is a free radical for the Portuguese, made by me, Beatriz Medina in July 1996. Aspartame can be considered thalidomide 90s. With names NutraSweet, Finn ZeroCal and other trademarks, sweeteners with aspartame are extremely dangerous because they are present in todaparte in dietetic foods, supposedly healthy, and even children's vitamins, medicines, puddings, gelatin and softening the more innocent coffee. It is also found in Diet Coke and other diet sodas. Aspartame is a neurotoxin, i.e., a drug that destroys the brain and nervous system. The molecule has three components: aspartic acid, phenylalanine and methanol. Has been shown that aspartic acid causes brain lesions in animal experiments. The existing phenylalanine in aspartame is neurotoxic when isolated from other amino acids in proteins. Facilitates the occurrence of seizures and blocks the production of serotonin, which is one of the substances on the brain to regulate sleep. Low levels of serotonin, and insomnia, causing depression, anxiety, moodiness and even symptoms of paranoia. Finally, methanol poisonous wood alcohol that has blinded and killed thousands of converts after ingestion of formaldehyde and formic acid (the main component of the venom of the sting of fire ants). Formaldehyde, a deadly neurotoxin that is stored in adipose tissue, particularly in the hips and thighs, is used to embalm corpses and violent is a carcinogen. There are 92 documented symptom... ... middle of paper ... ... because of the existing tests in its application for approval of the product, but switched sides and was working closely with attorneys from Searle. The case died when the time ran out. Until 1996, the FDA received over 10,000 complaints from consumers against NutraSweet. This corresponds to 80% of all complaints on food additives, but the FDA does nothing to alert the public, which assumes that a product advertised as healthy as it should be safe. Not the first time the FDA approved a drug harmful. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) observed 80 people who suffered brain seizures after eating or drinking products with aspartame. The Community Nutrition Institute declared: "These 80 cases which fit the FDA definition of imminent risk to public health, which requires the FDA to immediately withdraw the product from the market."

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