I am leaving the content of the news I received intact, but am adjusting the comments I made to suit the situation as I now understand it to be.
I am unhappy to learn that the Philippines is not completely banning aspartame, as I had first been led to believe when I received the news below. The banning of aspartame would be a very significant victory for all people against the global ‘biggies’ Monsanto, Serle and Ajinomoto that are deliberately attempting to destroy our health.
Regardless, you had better not take anything containing aspartame! If you love sweets, eat only those that contain natural sugars such as honey, maple syrup, rice syrup, and so on, or just dried fruits. There are many sweets available that don’t contain this horrible poison.
I would recommend you check out this free eBook interview with Dr. Russell Blaylock, The Truth About Aspartame, MSG and Excitotoxins.
Philippines FIRST TO BAN ASPARTAME: WATCH THE DOMINOS FALL!
Thanks to Mission Possible Spain for this incredible news. The Philippine Congress has prohibited the importation or the use of aspartame, punishable by heavy fines. Below are the English and Spanish.
We hope the Philippine government and physicians will record the cessation of diseases when aspartame is removed. For example, aspartame triggers seizures and they will be able to document consumers whose seizures were triggered by aspartame who become seizure free. Aspartame interacts with all drugs and vaccines. Mothers will birth healthy children free from autism and other aspartame birth defects. See the list of 92 symptoms on dorway.com. Aspartame breaks down to diketopiperazine, a brain tumor agent and triggers psychiatric and behavioral problems so many with these symptoms can now recover.
In l986 the Community Nutrition Institute petitioned the FDA to ban aspartame because of the seizures and blindness it causes but FDA refused. It causes macular degeneration, optic neuritis and blindness. The late Morgan Raiford M.D., ophthalmologist and specialist in methanol toxicity, wrote that victims if warned in time while their vision is in the wet stage can recover their sight. So the Philippines also have this benefit to look forward to, the return of sight. The methanol from aspartame converts to formaldehyde and formic acid in the retina and destroys the optic nerve.
Joint pain, memory loss and headaches will diminish. Aspartame can precipitate MS. We look forward to Philippine victims walking out of wheelchairs. One victim in the US was Cori Brackett who with her husband produced Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World. Cori was diagnosed with MS and 8 months later, off aspartame, her large brain lesion was all but gone.
There is international alarm over epidemics of obesity and diabetes. Aspartame not only can precipitate diabetes but also simulates and aggravates diabetic retinopathy and neuropathy. It causes diabetics to have convulsions and even interacts with insulin. Aspartame (NutraSweet/Equal/Spoonfu/Equal/E951, Benevia). also causes weight gain because it induces carbohydrate craving. The Trocho Study in Barcelona shows the formaldehyde converted from the free methyl alcohol embalms living tissue, and damages DNA. There is great toxicity in the liver and substantial amounts in the kidneys, brain, and in adipose tissue or fat cells.
Having worked with the Philippines in the past, we congratulate this intelligent action to remove this poison. Stephen Fox, Mission Possible New Mexico, works with Heads of State. Those wanting to ban in other areas can get SB 498 and HB 391 from the web site of the Santa Fe Legislature. Viva Philippines.
Dr. Betty Martini, D,Hum, Founder Mission Possible International
9270 River Club Parkway Duluth, Georgia 30097
Aspartame Information List,
Aspartame Toxicity Center,
Resources: Aspartame Disease: An Ignored Epidemic by H. J. Roberts, M.D., 1038 page medical text
Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills by neurosurgeon Russell Blaylock, M.D.
His lecture The Truth About Aspartame
Aspartame documentary on the poisoning of the world: Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World
Scientific Peer Reviewed Studies and funding:
Safe Sweeteners: Stevia and Just Like Sugar
Aspartame brain tumor cases being taken in New York and New Jersey.
Official emblem: Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Commerce (Spain)
Philippines forbids the import and use of aspartame
A law promulgated by the Philippine congress has forbidden the importing and use, in the country, of aspartame, a sweetener that is between 180 to 200 times more potent than sugar, as well as banning distribution of four makes of saccharine, the most important brand names in the country known as: Equal, NutraSweet, Equal-Measure y Spoonful.[*] According to the said Law aspartame gives rise to a total of 75% of the negative effects reflected in consumers and other users according to the north American administration of food and alimentation, among others, brain tumours, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Parkinsons, Alzheimers and diabetes among others. The ban affects all use of this product in any type of consumable and infringement will carry penalties that go from 9,000 euros to 90,000 euros.
Spanish Institute of External Commerce (ICEX). Paseo de la Castellana 14-16, 28046 MADRID. | 902 349 000
[*] All these are the brand names for aspartame. Aspartame is listed as E951 in the Codex Alimentarius.
Filipinas prohbe la importacin y uso del aspartamo
Una ley promulgado por el congreso de Filipinas ha prohibido la importacin y el uso del aspartamo, un edulcorante entre 180 y 200 veces ms potente que el azcar, en el pas, as como ha prohibido la distribucin de cuatro marcas de sacarina, de las ms importantes del pas: Equal, Nutrasweet, Equal-Measure y Spoonful.[*] Segn dicha ley el aspartamo da lugar a un total del 75% de los efectos negativos reflejados por los consumidores y usuarios segn la administracin norteamericana de comida y alimentacin, entre otros, tumores cerebrales, esclerosis mltiple, epilepsia, sndrome de fatiga crnica, parkinson, alzheimer y diabetes entre otros. La prohibicin afecta al uso de este producto en cualquier tipo de consumible y la vulneracin de la misma acarrear penas que van desde los 9.000 euros a los 90.000 euros.
Instituto Espaol de Comercio Exterior (ICEX). P de la Castellana
14-16 28046 MADRID | 902 349 000
[*] Todas estas marcas son de aspartamo. Aspartamo se encuentra en el Codex Alimentarius bajo el nmero E951.