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Old 02-26-2008, 04:55 PM #1
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http://www.wnho.net/aspartame_brain_damage.htm

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BRAIN CELL DAMAGE FROM
AMINO ACID ISOLATES:

A PRIMARY CONCERN FROM ASPARTAME-BASED
PRODUCTS AND ARTIFICIAL SWEETENING AGENTS
I can hardly believe how much there is out there about the connection between Aspartame and Cerebral Palsy.
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Please excuse me. I just thinking maybe I shouldn't have posted. I understand that everyone with CP know lots more than I ever will. Sorry if this offended someone, I did not mean to seem like avoiding Aspartame is a cure or anything... Just came across this info and posted it.

Forgive me for this blunder.
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hi Gitti

i dont think you offended anyone

this is one of our quietest forums so that is prolly why no replies

Aspartame (aka Nutrasweet) is bad stuff IMHO. My son has Tourette Syndrome and it is a major tic trigger for him
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Did you know that Aspartame turns in to formaldehyde when heated...

In other words... when heated it has the same chemical make up of formaldehyde.



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Did you know that Aspartame turns in to formaldehyde when heated...
Yes, I did read that. But there you are (merely) ingesting it. Formaldehyde is also in a lot of vaccines, and there it is injected into the blood. (Actually into the muscle tissue from where it has nowhere to go but into the blood.)

And from what I've read about Tics or Tourette Syndrome, it is also related to vaccines. I forgot exactly which one but it is certainly in one of the insert papers as a possibility.
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