Food and Beverage

Aspartame (NutraSweet, Spoonful, Equal, Equal-Measure, AminoSweet) Causes Death


Dr. Bowen on Aspartame-induced Genocide
Aspartame Murders Infants -
Violates Federal Genocide Law
By James Bowen, MD 5-6-00

Abortion causation

Birth defect production

Forms antigenic tissue, triggering immunologic attack, fetal wastage

Chelates metals, promotes heavy metal poisoning


Methyl alcohol
Phenylalanine [PHE]
Aspartic Acid
Formic acid

Aspartame, APM, is sold as NutraSweet and Equal and is in thousands of

Toward an Epigenetic Biology and Medicine


Developments in the life sciences make it clear that the current genetic paradigm is too limited by mechanistic and deterministic models to accommodate new perceptions of the organism! Despite the successes of the currently accepted genetic paradigm in biomedical science, and the continuing pursuit of applied research using its models, basic research has revealed conflicts and inadequacies inherent in the assumptions supporting the paradigm[ 1].

The Dark Side of Vitaminwater


John Robbins
Author of The New Good Life, Diet For A New America, and many other bestsellers

Now here's something you wouldn't expect. Coca-Cola is being sued by a non-profit public interest group, on the grounds that the company's vitaminwater products make unwarranted health claims. No surprise there. But how do you think the company is defending itself?

In a staggering feat of twisted logic, lawyers for Coca-Cola are defending the lawsuit by asserting that "no consumer could reasonably be misled into thinking vitaminwater was a healthy beverage."

Aspartame Linked to Illness and Degenerative Diseases


Aspartame: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You

Aspartame is, by far, the most dangerous substance on the market that is added to foods.

Aspartame is the technical name for the brand names NutraSweet, Equal, Spoonful, and Equal-Measure. It was discovered by accident in 1965 when James Schlatter, a chemist of G.D. Searle Company, was testing an anti-ulcer drug.

12 Dangerous Food Additives To Avoid


In the United States, more than 3,000 substances can be added to foods for the purpose of preservation, coloring, texture, increasing flavor and more. While each of these substances is legal to use (at least here in the States), whether or not they are all something you want to be consuming is another story all together.

With any processed food you run the risk of coming across additives, and reading through ingredient labels can be like trying to decode a puzzle.

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