Aspartame Detoxification – Is Aspartame a Known Toxic Sweetener?

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Video documentary Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World. A close examination into what many consider a "hoax", aspartame toxicity. This documentary attempts to look at what is "definitively" known about aspartame and discovers that a label "hoax" in this case is a dangerous misconception.

In a journey through interviews with varous doctors, lawers, activists and victims, narrator Cori Brackett discovers symptoms to a much larger problem. Our institutions designed to protect a public from harmful substances have failed us. In a poisoned world, victims are found throughout the United States and are finally given a voice.

A close examination of a process for approving aspartame by the Food and Drug Administration leads to earlier examples of revolving door activity and how powerful corporations are influencing once trusted institutions. Today, resistance to aspartame continues, as a portrait of this poisoned world also offers hope and remedy.

Aspartame is a known toxin in many scientific circles. Former defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld was on a board of G.D. Searle, whom invented Aspartame. The Food and Drug Administration had banned aspartame, but with help of Rumsfeld and a vote over turning that ban, Aspartame was an approved food additive.

Allegedly, Aspartame causes cancer among many other health problems. Many soda drinks like diet soft drinks and even Coke Zero contain Aspartame. Many citizens in America can't imagine there own Government officials would approve of such a dangerous food sweetener.

They claim it would take too many people to practice a "conspiracy" of sorts. With Aspartame it took only a few individuals to get it approved. Whether you believe it is a toxin or not is a moot point if you believe everything the United States Government military tells you.

I guess one quick solution to avoid possible Aspartame poisoning, is to avoid it altogether. I'm not a medical expert, so a choice should be yours.

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