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« on: July 20, 2010, 03:56:35 pm »

Aspartame's threat to the unborn
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Tue, 13 Jul 2010 00:43:03 GMT



New studies show that aspartame may increase the risk of premature births.

Research funded by the European Union found a correlation between the amount of diet drink consumed and an early birth among the 60,000 women studied, The Mail on Sunday reported on July 10.

The study also says that drinks containing aspartame and other artificial sweeteners may pose a danger to the unborn child.

Some British public health experts are now advising expectant mothers to avoid food and drink containing the chemicals, the report added.

The EU study suggests the risk of giving birth before 37 weeks of a normal pregnancy is increased by 38 percent if the woman was drinking, on average, one can of a diet drink a day.

Four or more cans a day can increase the risk by as much as 78 per cent.

In an article published on the Rense.com site on July 12, Dr. Betty Martini, said that for 30 years it has been known that aspartame induces spontaneous abortions and causes birth defects and mental retardation.

Dr. Martini also made the following comments on aspartame in the article:

Aspartame "is an addictive, excitoneurotoxic, genetically engineered, carcinogenic drug that is poisoning the world," she wrote.

She added that "the 40% aspartic acid in the molecule… excites the neurons to over stimulation until they exhaust and die."

Dr. Morando Soffritti's three-year study on 1800 rats at the Ramazzini Institute of Oncology identified aspartame as a multi-potential carcinogen, she noted.

If a pregnant mother uses aspartame and the baby survives the child can get cancer when he/she grows up, she noted.

Commenting on the Ramazzini Study, Neurosurgeon Russell Blaylock said, "With newer studies clearly indicating that toxic exposures during fetal development can dramatically increase the cancer risk of the offspring, this study takes on a very important meaning to all pregnant women consuming aspartame products. Likewise, small children are at considerable risk of the later development of these highly fatal cancers. It should be appreciated that the doses used in this study fall within the range of doses seen in everyday users of aspartame. This study, along with the first study, should convince any reasonable scientific mind, as well as the public, that this product should be removed from the market."

Neuroscientist John Olney did studies on aspartic acid and found it causes lesions in the brains of mice.

Aspartame "is also an endocrine disrupting drug, stimulates prolactin, changes the menses causing infertility as detailed in Aspartame Disease: An Ignored Epidemic, a 1038-page medical text by world expert H. J. Roberts, M.D.," Dr. Martini wrote.

Dr. Adrian Gross told the US Congress that aspartame causes brain cancer and violates the Delaney Amendment, which prohibits any ingredient in food which is carcinogenic.

Dr. Maria Alemany's Trocho Study showed that the formaldehyde in aspartame converts from aspartame's methyl alcohol and embalms living tissue and damages DNA.

"In Barcelona he told me that aspartame would kill 200 million. I never forgot it," Dr. Martini stated.
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