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Aspartame Being Re-Branded as AminoSweet

The Next Chapter in Aspartame’s Dangerous History

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The Little-Known Phenylketonuria Problem

Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid which the body is only able to receive through diet. It can be found in most animal products, and also human breast milk. The interesting thing is that aspartame is also broken down into Phenylalanine, among other things.

Sounds like a rare upside to aspartame, right?
“Turns out that one in 15,000 people in the world has a genetic disorder called Phenylketonuria. Their body can’t metabolize synthesize phenylalanine. As it builds up in the body, it causes all sorts of bad things to happen, such as mental retardation, seizures, and other brain damage. People suffering from Phenylketonuria (or PKU) are called phenylketonurics. They need to constantly monitor their protein intake. They are also warned about consumption of products containing aspartame – hence the warning on labels – ‘Phenylketonurics – contains phenylalanine.’”

Aspartame, and other artificial sweeteners, like Sucralose, are almost impossible for the body to break down completely because it is foreign to what the body was designed to assimilate. We are organic beings, made to use organic produce as fuel for our bodies. Because there are few natural processes that are able to pass these chemicals through the body, they are often stored, and eventually cause weight gain. On top of that, artificial sweeteners contain free methyl alcohol which is classified as a narcotic.

“It causes methanol poisoning which affects the dopamine system of the brain and causes addiction.”

So, now not only it is extremely difficult to break down the essential elements of the substance, it is physically addicting! Which is why diet products eventually make you fatter than the original products! And as of November 2009, in a more recent attempt to entrap people into becoming slaves to dangerous product lines, Aspartame has been re-branded under the name “AminoSweet.” So, you see, it isn’t about providing a quality product and reforming faulty business models; it’s about merely tricking people into consuming chemical additives.

It is also important to note that Natural Cures Not Medicine does not endorse the consumption of processed cane sugar, and have always suggested that people have as little as possible. There is a reason why sugar injections are often used to make cancer “light up” on scans; sugar is FOOD for cancer. Raw, all-natural sweeteners, like Raw Honey, are always a better bet.

Isn’t it funny how most drugs and chemicals are approved, no matter the danger, when a profit stands to be made? How many times do we have to recall deadly drugs like Baycol, Vioxx, Posicor, or Bextra, before we get the hint: The people of the world are being used as lab rats for big pharma’s profit-first mentality. The aim for all of these companies is never to improve the health of people; it is to increase profits for shareholders, create life-long customers, create product addiction, and to make eproduction as cheap as possible.

If doctors and the FDA could start approving food to treat conditions there would be no overdoses and drastic reductions in new cancer cases. Cancer is a result of separating man from nature; the more synthetic chemicals and toxins that enter our body the more chance we have of getting diseases such as cancer.

We get a lot of hate mail here at Natural Cures Not Medicine, telling us that we are making people sick and spreading disinformation. But the truth is, we only suggest you eat FOOD at the end of the day, not chemicals, toxins, or medications. Those are what kill people, not drinking celery juice to try to control your blood pressure; not trying to use bananas to whiten your teeth. Man has been on earth for thousands and thousands of years. Medicine has been around for 100 or so years. Who needs who?

http://healthfreedoms.org/2014/03/20/aspartame-being-re-branded-as-aminosweet-the-next-chapter-in-aspartames-dangerous-history/

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