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Bombshell study shows aspartame depletes neurotransmitters in the brain, makes brains vulnerable to chemical damage from food and vaccines

 
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You can't get away from the stuff. It's in over 6000 food products and not always labeled so it's hidden.
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You said all we need to know, to be honest. Hidden in food products. We need to be eating real, whole foods that are responsibly grown and harvested and acquired via sustainable sources. Pastured animals, hunted animals, seasonal organic produce (preferably grown in your own soil), etc.

You may have just been unintenionally brilliant.
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You can't get away from the stuff. It's in over 6000 food products and not always labeled so it's hidden.
 Quoting: Sasssssssssy


make your own food

 Quoting: beeches


This, exactly this!

You CAN get away from it. It takes effort and some dedication to stay way from food-imitating crap, but once you're doing it you, won't even think about going back!
More deplorable all the time.
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The key to everything is portion control.

If I'm going to eat sugar it's going to be real sugar...butter, real butter!

If they ate it 100 years ago it's good!

Just don't eat a ton of it.
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Just say Fuck No! to Aspartame.

And all "artificial sweeteners" for that matter.

Especially the deceptively named Sucralose (aka Splenda) and Acesulfame K
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The biggest consumption is probably from soda or gums.
Cutting those out is a great first step.
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How many fake sugars will go tits up before people stop believing each new incarnation is safe?

The basic rule is so simple & proven nearly every time - 'alternatives' to natural products are nasty shit and BAD FOR YOU.
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I bought a book called "60 Ways to Lower Your Blood Sugar: Simple Steps to Reduce the Carbs, Shed the Weight, and Feel Great Now!", by Dennis Pollock last month. I've read here and there in it and the author is a huge proponent of artificial sweeteners. He devotes an entire chapter, Chapter 15 starting on page 53, to artificial sweeteners. He lauds how great they are for pre-diabetics and diabetics both... and he devotes more than a few sentences to how the FDA at least has many years worth of frequent studies and other scientific papers on how Aspartame and the other artificial sweeteners are healthy and good for you.

As I've read though Dennis Pollock's book the more I realize that you really have to be making a fair amount of money to afford the healthy lifestyle he describes all pre-diabetics and diabetics are required to wholly embrace if they want to live a less painful existence. I find it incredibly tragic that this book is almost illegal, if not the author can actually be sued into oblivion, for being so pro-artificial sweetener. I don't doubt there are alot of diabetics out there who took this advice to heart over the years and now they're more crippled than diabetes could ever make them on it's own.

So these days if you're a poor diabetic or pre-diabetic you have to make a choice. Either you make the necessary lifestyle changes to live out your already incredibly shortened lifespan or die a disparaging death alot sooner. The portion control scheme doesn't seem to be working too well since dang near everything these days in America has phenomenal amounts of sugar, carbs, and dang near everything else in them for processed foods.

Food is a weapon nowadays and that really fricken sucks.
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The key to everything is portion control.

If I'm going to eat sugar it's going to be real sugar...butter, real butter!

If they ate it 100 years ago it's good!

Just don't eat a ton of it.
 Quoting: Mental Case


True, Mental Case, but good luck doing portion control these days when the portions themselves shrink faster and faster as the calories, carbs, and sugars at least explode in more and more processed foods.
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Folks, get yourselves, and your family, off this crap.

If you need a sweetener, please use stevia. natural, and as far as I know safe. We even carry packets with us when we are driving to use in our coffee at Cracker Barrel/Dennys (they only have pink, blue & yellow packets). You can also grow stevia plants yourself, add a few leaves when brewing tea for sweetness.

Better yet, wean yourself altogether from all sweeteners, as much as possible. I drink unsweetened black tea and black coffee most of the time. I only use cream and sweeten my coffee when traveling for a special treat.
 Quoting: Lady Jane Smith


Stevia is great stuff! It's all I use. I drink mostly unsweetened iced tea, usually a combination of black & green, decaffeinated when I can get it on sale. I use Stevia when I make flavored iced tea for a treat and when I drink hot tea. Tea seems more bitter to me when it's hot.

I also use it when my granddaughter comes to visit. I make her flavored tea popsicles. She loves them and can have as many as she wants because there is no sugar or caffeine in them. Grandma had to find a good treat for her!tounge

I use Stevita. It's a liquid and I think it tastes better than the powder. Isn't it more processed when it's a powder?

Anyhow, I get the liquid on Amazon. I get 3 bottles for about $35. One bottle lasts me close to 2 months.
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Wow! That is so fucked up! More proof the FDA is paid off and not there for our safety at all!
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so eating poison wouldn't be much worse than this shit right?
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If you go to epilepsy.com and search for aspartame, you get a bunch of quite appalling links, too.
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Folks, get yourselves, and your family, off this crap.

If you need a sweetener, please use stevia. natural, and as far as I know safe. We even carry packets with us when we are driving to use in our coffee at Cracker Barrel/Dennys (they only have pink, blue & yellow packets). You can also grow stevia plants yourself, add a few leaves when brewing tea for sweetness.

Better yet, wean yourself altogether from all sweeteners, as much as possible. I drink unsweetened black tea and black coffee most of the time. I only use cream and sweeten my coffee when traveling for a special treat.
 Quoting: Lady Jane Smith


My family and friend has reactions to stevia...I won't go into detail yak

Not me, I don't fix what ain't broken...good ole sugar is just fine
 Quoting: BRIEF


It may depend on what product. For example, Truvia has stevia, but also has Erythritol. That could be what caused them problems.

"3. Gastrointestinal Problems
Sugar alcohols like erythritol are well-known to cause digestive issues. Some of the most common erythritol side effects are undesirable gastrointestinal side effects, which are especially common in children. (7)

Unfortunately, the gastrointestinal issues don’t necessarily stop at some rumbling in your stomach. Diarrhea is a well-known common erythritol side effect. Especially when consumed in excess, unabsorbed erythritol can attract water from the intestinal wall and cause diarrhea. The likelihood of diarrhea appears to be even more likely when erythritol is consumed along with fructose. (8) Diarrhea might sound harmless, but it can lead to dehydration, electrolyte imbalances and malnutrition.

Many people report upset stomach and diarrhea after consuming erythritol in food or beverages. If consumption is high (50 grams or more per day) then digestive upset, including gas, cramping, bloating, stomachache and diarrhea, becomes even more likely. One study specifically showed that the intake of 50 grams of erythritol caused stomach rumbling and nausea..."

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It may depend on what product. For example, Truvia has stevia, but also has Erythritol. That could be what caused them problems.

 Quoting: Paranoiaaaaa


Why imbibe dead, 100% non nutrition "foods" at all?
Honey and maple syrup at least have some great nutritious trace elements. Some say, they are even highly beneficial to health.
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A bombshell scientific study reveals that aspartame may be one of the most damaging vectors for the widespread “dumbing down” of humanity. Published in AJTCAM (African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines), the study is entitled, “IMPACT OF ASPARTAME CONSUMPTION ON NEUROTRANSMITTERS IN RAT BRAIN.” (Source)

The study fed rats aspartame for durations of 10 – 40 days, then decapitated the rats and analyzed their brains. From the abstract, “Blood and brain tissue were collected for biochemical analysis. Biochemical analysis of brain tissue includes neurotransmitters (Acetylcholine, epinephrine, norepinephrine, ?-aminobutyric acid and serotonin). Serum for determination of lipid peroxidation (MDA), reduced glutathione and superoxide dismutase (SOD).”

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 Quoting: MyPillow


Yup and guess why the FDA approved it?

“Aspartame triggered the first criminal investigation of a manufacturer put into place by the FDA in 1977. In 1980 the FDA banned aspartame from use after having 3 independent scientist study the artificial sweetener.

In January of 1981 Donald Rumsfeld, CEO of Searle, stated in a sales meeting that he was going to “call in his markers” and make a push to get aspartame approved. That month Ronald Reagan was sworn in as President of the United States. His transition team included Rumsfeld who hand picked Dr. Arthur Hull Hayes Jr. to be the new FDA Commissioner.

Within a couple of months, Hayes appointed a 5-person Scientific Commission to review the claims on aspartame. In a 3 – 2 decision, the panel upheld the original ban, stating that the artificial sweetener was unsafe.Despite the panel’s decision, Hayes later installed a sixth member on the commission who voted in favor of the making aspartame legal. The vote was now deadlocked.

So what happened?

Hayes personally broke the tie in aspartame’s favor. (Keep in mind that Dr. Hayes, a pharmacologist had no previous experience with food additives before becomes in the FDA Director.) On July 18, 1981 Hayes officially approved the use of aspartame as an artificial sweetener in dry goods. (How’s this for a kicker: In 1983 Hayes later left his post at the FDA amid accusations that he was accepting corporate gifts for political favors. BUT, just before leaving office in scandal, Hayes approved the use of aspartame in beverages.)

The icing on the cake: In 1985 Searle was absorbed by Monsanto. Donald Rumsfeld reportedly received a $12 million bonus. And the sad tale of fake food and experimentation on the human race continued onward. This is another one of those cases where you can find a study to “prove” either side: Aspartame is safe. Aspartame is dangerous. However, looking over the history books, I am reminded why I generally don’t trust studies in the first place: The people making the claims can be bought.“

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Yep. Poisoning people for fun and profit. Rumsfeld is one of the evil elite. Thanks for posting this! It's an important piece in this aspertame issue.
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Aspartame makes my husband dizzy!!

ALL these sugar substitutes are horrible!!


Even Stevia isn't safe!

Read correlation between Stevia and nosebleeds!!

Seriously!?


My hubby drank Stevia sodas and got nosebleeds!
Then did research and discovered how evil Stevia is!!!
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Thank you. I need to research that.
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Folks, get yourselves, and your family, off this crap.

If you need a sweetener, please use stevia. natural, and as far as I know safe. We even carry packets with us when we are driving to use in our coffee at Cracker Barrel/Dennys (they only have pink, blue & yellow packets). You can also grow stevia plants yourself, add a few leaves when brewing tea for sweetness.

Better yet, wean yourself altogether from all sweeteners, as much as possible. I drink unsweetened black tea and black coffee most of the time. I only use cream and sweeten my coffee when traveling for a special treat.
 Quoting: Lady Jane Smith


Stevia is great stuff! It's all I use. I drink mostly unsweetened iced tea, usually a combination of black & green, decaffeinated when I can get it on sale. I use Stevia when I make flavored iced tea for a treat and when I drink hot tea. Tea seems more bitter to me when it's hot.

I also use it when my granddaughter comes to visit. I make her flavored tea popsicles. She loves them and can have as many as she wants because there is no sugar or caffeine in them. Grandma had to find a good treat for her!tounge

I use Stevita. It's a liquid and I think it tastes better than the powder. Isn't it more processed when it's a powder?

Anyhow, I get the liquid on Amazon. I get 3 bottles for about $35. One bottle lasts me close to 2 months.
 Quoting: Paranoiaaaaa


Xylitol, made from Birch, not corn, is also quite a good sugar substitute that helps give sweetness without wrecking your insulin levels. Also whitens teeth. But you need to make sure it isn't from corn.
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Folks, get yourselves, and your family, off this crap.

If you need a sweetener, please use stevia. natural, and as far as I know safe. We even carry packets with us when we are driving to use in our coffee at Cracker Barrel/Dennys (they only have pink, blue & yellow packets). You can also grow stevia plants yourself, add a few leaves when brewing tea for sweetness.

Better yet, wean yourself altogether from all sweeteners, as much as possible. I drink unsweetened black tea and black coffee most of the time. I only use cream and sweeten my coffee when traveling for a special treat.
 Quoting: Lady Jane Smith


Stevia is great stuff! It's all I use. I drink mostly unsweetened iced tea, usually a combination of black & green, decaffeinated when I can get it on sale. I use Stevia when I make flavored iced tea for a treat and when I drink hot tea. Tea seems more bitter to me when it's hot.

I also use it when my granddaughter comes to visit. I make her flavored tea popsicles. She loves them and can have as many as she wants because there is no sugar or caffeine in them. Grandma had to find a good treat for her!tounge

I use Stevita. It's a liquid and I think it tastes better than the powder. Isn't it more processed when it's a powder?

Anyhow, I get the liquid on Amazon. I get 3 bottles for about $35. One bottle lasts me close to 2 months.
 Quoting: Paranoiaaaaa


Xylitol, made from Birch, not corn, is also quite a good sugar substitute that helps give sweetness without wrecking your insulin levels. Also whitens teeth. But you need to make sure it isn't from corn.
 Quoting: Fluffy Pancakes


I have heard of Xylitol in toothpaste. I thought it was just because it was a sweetener. Good to know. Thanks!
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You can't get away from the stuff. It's in over 6000 food products and not always labeled so it's hidden.
 Quoting: Sasssssssssy


make your own food

 Quoting: beeches


This, exactly this!

You CAN get away from it. It takes effort and some dedication to stay way from food-imitating crap, but once you're doing it you, won't even think about going back!
 Quoting: Kamchatka


really.. I assume you do not grow and mill your wheat and so on and so forth.. therefor "making" your own food involves you buyin stuff to construct your recipes.. RIGHT. You can decrease the exposure but you cannot avoid it all and your body can handle some so the idea is not to overwhelm your body. hf
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Folks, get yourselves, and your family, off this crap.

If you need a sweetener, please use stevia. natural, and as far as I know safe. We even carry packets with us when we are driving to use in our coffee at Cracker Barrel/Dennys (they only have pink, blue & yellow packets). You can also grow stevia plants yourself, add a few leaves when brewing tea for sweetness.

Better yet, wean yourself altogether from all sweeteners, as much as possible. I drink unsweetened black tea and black coffee most of the time. I only use cream and sweeten my coffee when traveling for a special treat.
 Quoting: Lady Jane Smith


Stevia is great stuff! It's all I use. I drink mostly unsweetened iced tea, usually a combination of black & green, decaffeinated when I can get it on sale. I use Stevia when I make flavored iced tea for a treat and when I drink hot tea. Tea seems more bitter to me when it's hot.

I also use it when my granddaughter comes to visit. I make her flavored tea popsicles. She loves them and can have as many as she wants because there is no sugar or caffeine in them. Grandma had to find a good treat for her!tounge

I use Stevita. It's a liquid and I think it tastes better than the powder. Isn't it more processed when it's a powder?

Anyhow, I get the liquid on Amazon. I get 3 bottles for about $35. One bottle lasts me close to 2 months.
 Quoting: Paranoiaaaaa


Xylitol, made from Birch, not corn, is also quite a good sugar substitute that helps give sweetness without wrecking your insulin levels. Also whitens teeth. But you need to make sure it isn't from corn.
 Quoting: Fluffy Pancakes

No Xylitol is not ok in any significant amount because its a sugar alchohol.
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Does this damage regenerate and repair itself if the person stops using it?
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de[ends how much damage.. if it causes you to be dead from heart attacks due to coronal artery spasm.. you won't recover.

When I was using aspartame I had lots of chest pain and when we studied my heart one day under stress.. it showed I had ( occlusions.. When I had the arteriogram and was nicely relaxed because it was fun and I was probably sedated a bit.. I did watch it though... I had NONE.. it was all artery spasm and the doctor who did the arteriogram said he wished he had my arteries.. they were so LARGE like a mans... ( I am a SHORT female).
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Folks, get yourselves, and your family, off this crap.

If you need a sweetener, please use stevia. natural, and as far as I know safe. We even carry packets with us when we are driving to use in our coffee at Cracker Barrel/Dennys (they only have pink, blue & yellow packets). You can also grow stevia plants yourself, add a few leaves when brewing tea for sweetness.

Better yet, wean yourself altogether from all sweeteners, as much as possible. I drink unsweetened black tea and black coffee most of the time. I only use cream and sweeten my coffee when traveling for a special treat.
 Quoting: Lady Jane Smith


Stevia is great stuff! It's all I use. I drink mostly unsweetened iced tea, usually a combination of black & green, decaffeinated when I can get it on sale. I use Stevia when I make flavored iced tea for a treat and when I drink hot tea. Tea seems more bitter to me when it's hot.

I also use it when my granddaughter comes to visit. I make her flavored tea popsicles. She loves them and can have as many as she wants because there is no sugar or caffeine in them. Grandma had to find a good treat for her!tounge

I use Stevita. It's a liquid and I think it tastes better than the powder. Isn't it more processed when it's a powder?

Anyhow, I get the liquid on Amazon. I get 3 bottles for about $35. One bottle lasts me close to 2 months.
 Quoting: Paranoiaaaaa


Xylitol, made from Birch, not corn, is also quite a good sugar substitute that helps give sweetness without wrecking your insulin levels. Also whitens teeth. But you need to make sure it isn't from corn.
 Quoting: Fluffy Pancakes

No Xylitol is not ok in any significant amount because its a sugar alchohol.
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Significant being the operative word. Raw sugar is better than aspertame. Maple syrup is better. Stevia is better, xylitol is better.

None of that should be construed to mean put 20 teaspoons in your glass of tea.
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Published in AJTCAM (African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines)
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Lol

It's a pay-to-publish journal...
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You can't get away from the stuff. It's in over 6000 food products and not always labeled so it's hidden.
 Quoting: Sasssssssssy


make your own food

 Quoting: beeches


This, exactly this!

You CAN get away from it. It takes effort and some dedication to stay way from food-imitating crap, but once you're doing it you, won't even think about going back!
 Quoting: Kamchatka


really.. I assume you do not grow and mill your wheat and so on and so forth.. therefor "making" your own food involves you buyin stuff to construct your recipes.. RIGHT. You can decrease the exposure but you cannot avoid it all and your body can handle some so the idea is not to overwhelm your body. hf
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We can stop eating wheat totally, though. It's hugely contaminated with glyphosate in the states.
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I reached my peak weight during a phase where I only drank diet sodas.

Not sure about the African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines but then again, maybe an obscure foreign journal actually publishes something legit.
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YOU CAN BET YOUR ASS that MONSANTO (the inventors of Aspartame) has known this for decades and has hidden it from the public. They do not care who they hurt - just so they rake in their piles of cash as they’ve done for 80 years now.

Evil - truly EVIL corporation.
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Re: Bombshell study shows aspartame depletes neurotransmitters in the brain, makes brains vulnerable to chemical damage from food and vaccines
If you are diabetic, I know of no safe alternative...
 Quoting: BRIEF


Stevia.
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12/19/2018 06:32 PM
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Re: Bombshell study shows aspartame depletes neurotransmitters in the brain, makes brains vulnerable to chemical damage from food and vaccines
gotta love GMO
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12/19/2018 10:04 PM
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Re: Bombshell study shows aspartame depletes neurotransmitters in the brain, makes brains vulnerable to chemical damage from food and vaccines
gotta love GMO
 Quoting: BloodFeastIslandPansy


Said by Monsanto corporate representatives.
Conspiracy Theorist is nothing more than a derogatory title used to dismiss a critical thinker.

A time is coming when men will go mad,
and when they see someone who is not mad,
they will attack him, saying,
'You are mad; you are not like us."
-- St. Anthony The Great

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MyPillow  (OP)
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12/19/2018 10:06 PM

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Re: Bombshell study shows aspartame depletes neurotransmitters in the brain, makes brains vulnerable to chemical damage from food and vaccines
My pillow guy is a glper? Thats awesome. I wanna buy your pillows now too.
 Quoting: Tiberius22


My pillows will give you the best sleep guaranteed. And, they are made in my home state of salmolia Minnesota
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