Aspartame Side Effects


Of all the complaints the FDA receives a year, cases arising from the artificial sweetener compile up to 85%! Now, let us stop and think about this. 




Out of 10,000 complaints from consumers, the FDA listed 92 symptoms from the usage of aspartame, including death. 





FDA List of 92 Aspartame-Related Symptoms


Abdominal Pain
Anxiety Attacks
Arthritis, Asthma
Asthmatic Reactions
Bloating
Edema (Fluid Retention)
Blood Sugar Control Problems (Hypoglycemia or Hyperglycemia)
Brain Cancer (Pre-approval studies in animals)
Breathing Difficulties
Burning Eyes or Throat
Burning Urination
Can’t Think Straight
Chest Pains
Chronic Cough
Chronic Fatigue
Confusion
Death
Depression
Diarrhea
Dizziness
Excessive Thirst or Hunger
Fatigue
Feel Unreal
Flushing of Face
Hair Loss (Baldness) or Thinning of Hair
Headaches/Migraines
Hearing Loss
Heart Palpitations
Hives (Urticaria)
Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
Impotency and Sexual Problems
Inability to Concentrate
Infection Susceptibility
Insomnia
Irritability
Itching
Joint Pains
Laryngitis
“Like Thinking in a Fog”
Marked Personality Changes
Memory loss
Menstrual Problems or Changes
Migraines and Severe Headaches (Trigger or Cause From Chronic Intake)
Muscle spasms, Nausea or Vomiting, Numbness or Tingling of Extremities
Other Allergic-Like Reactions
Panic Attacks
Phobias
Poor Memory
Rapid Heart Beat
Rashes
Seizures and Convulsions
Slurring of Speech
Swallowing Pain
Tachycardia
Tremors
Tinnitus
Vertigo
Vision Loss
Weight Gain.


Aspartame Disease/Toxicity Mimics Symptoms or Worsens the Following Diseases:


Fibromyalgia
Arthritis
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Parkinson’s Disease
Lupus
Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS)
Diabetes and Diabetic Complications
Epilepsy
Alzheimer’s Disease
Birth Defects
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Lymphoma
Lyme Disease
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
Panic Disorder,
Depression and other Psychological Disorders.





Why Don’t We Hear About These Aspartame Dangers?


The reason many people do not hear about serious reactions to aspartame is, for two reasons: 

1. Lack of awareness by the general population. 

Aspartame-caused diseases are not reported in the newspapers like plane crashes. This is because these incidents occur one at a time in thousands of different locations across the United States.

2. Most people do not associate their symptoms with the long-term use of aspartame.

For the people who have killed a significant percentage of their brain cells and thereby caused a chronic illness, there is no way that they would normally associate such an illness with aspartame consumption.

With aspartame being approved, it has taught us a lesson in how these corrupt pharmaceutical and chemical companies can bribe government agencies such as the American Dietetic Association, and fill the science community with fake and fraudulent studies funded by the manufacturers of the artificial sweetener.

Erik Millstone, a researcher from the Science Policy Research Unit of Sussex University, has put together thousands of documents worth in evidence, of which some were attained through the use of the Freedom of Information act 23, proving:


1. Laboratory tests were faked and dangers were concealed.

2. Tumors were removed from animals and animals that had died were “restored to life” in laboratory records.

3. False and misleading statements were made to the FDA.

4. The two US Attorneys given the task of bringing fraud charges against the aspartame manufacturer took positions with the manufacturer’s law firm, letting the statute of limitations run out

5. The Commissioner of the FDA overruled the objections of the FDA’s own scientific board of inquiry. Shortly after that decision, he took a position with Burson-Marsteller, the firm in charge of public relations for G.D. Searle.


In 1980, a Public Board of Inquiry was conducted with three scientists who examined the objections of Only and Turner to the approval of aspartame. There was a unanimous vote against the approval of the artificial sweetener. Dr. Arthur Hull Hayes, Jr., FDA Commissioner at the time, made a 5-person Scientific Commission to review the PBOI’s evidence.

Once it was clear that the commission would hold in place the PBOI’s decision by a vote of 3-2, then another member was added to the Commission, creating a tie, which allows the FDA Commissioner to break the deadlock and approve aspartame in 1981. 

Senior Scientist in the FDA Bureau of Foods,Dr. Jacqueline Verret, from a review board in August of 1977 reviewed the Bressler Report (a report that detailed G.D. Searle’s abuses during the pre-approval testing) says: “It was pretty obvious that somewhere along the line, the bureau officials were working up to a whitewash.”

In 1987, Verret testified before the US Senate saying that these experiments done by Seattle was a “disaster.” She said her team was told not to comment or be concerned by the truth of those studies. She said any questions referring to birth defects haven’t been answered. She went further with her testimony by discussing how DKP is able to increase uterine polyps while changing blood cholesterol and raising the temperature of the product can lead to increased production of DKP. 






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