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Nobody Needed to Die! Gene Decode: What Not to put into Your Body. B2T Show May 4 (IS)

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What not to put in or on your body

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Internal Considerations

Top 6 Dangers of Canola Oil


Canola (Brassica napus L.) is an oilseed crop created through plant crossbreeding.

Scientists in Canada developed an edible version of the rapeseed plant, which—on its own—harbors toxic compounds called erucic acid and glucosinolates.  The name “canola” comes from “Canada” and “ola,” denoting oil.

Most canola crops are genetically modified (GMO) to improve oil quality and increase plant tolerance to herbicides.

Over 90% of the canola crops grown in the United States are GMO.

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Canola oil has become so popular it’s found in many foods, including ones you may think are “healthy” food choices.  Canola oil is marketed to the health-conscious industry rather than the junk food industry.

However, you must beware and read labels diligently in order to protect your health and the health of your loved ones from the dangers of this popular cooking oil.

Now that you’re armed with the facts, use them to guard your health! I truly hope you will steer clear of canola oil and all GMO foods.

Look for foods with the non-GMO label. Find more info here: I also suggest checking out the Non-GMO Shopping Guide.

How Is Canola Oil Bad for You? Plus 4 Substitutes

How Canola oil is made:

Once the rapeseed is collected, magnetized rods attempt to remove any foreign metal that may have been introduced into the collection of seed.

Afterwards, a 60+ minute wash of a hexane solvent.

After the hexane wash is complete, a wash of sodium hydroxide is performed.

The “natural” waxes are collected and used to aid in the creation of vegetable shortening.

Bleach is then introduced to lighten the cloudy color of the processed oil.

Steam injection is then applied to remove the bitter smell

A Brief History of Canola

Canola oil is made from the seeds of a plant called rape, which is in the turnip family. Since the Industrial Revolution, rapeseed oil has been an important component of lubricants for ships and steam engines, because unlike most oils, it sticks to wet metal.

During World War II, the U.S. built a lot of ships, and so needed lots of rapeseed oil, but couldn’t get it from traditional suppliers in Europe and Asia.  The Canadian rapeseed industry, which had been relatively small, exploded to fill the gap, and played an important role in the allied naval effort, becoming rich and powerful in the process.

Rape oil was the source of the chemical warfare agent mustard gas, which was banned after blistering the lungs and skins of hundreds of thousands of soldiers and civilians during W.W.I.  Recent French reports indicate it was used again during the Gulf War.

But rapeseed oil demand plummeted when the war was over, and so began an intensive program to breed a rapeseed edible to humans.  About two-thirds of the monounsaturated fatty acids in rapeseed oil are erucic acid, a 22-carbon monounsaturated fatty acid that has been associated with Keshan’s disease, which causes fibrotic lesions on the heart.

In the 1980s, Canola oil came to market in the United States.  For that to happen, it had to be granted GRAS (generally regarded as safe) status by the Food and Drug Administration.  GRAS status is typically awarded to foods and herbal products that have been traditionally used, for hundreds or even thousands of years, without known adverse effects.

Canola oil, however, was a new product without any track record and it was developed from a banned product known to have toxic effects.  So how did it obtain GRAS status?  No one knows for sure, but it has been rumored that the Canadian government spent US $50 million to get it approved.

Rape oil was widely used in animal feeds in England and Europe between 1986 and 1991, when it was thrown out.  Remember the “Mad Cow disease” scare, when millions of cattle in the UK were slaughtered in case of infecting humans?  Cattle were being fed on a mixture containing material from dead sheep, and sheep suffer from a disease called “scrapie”.  It was thought this was how “Mad Cow” began and started to infiltrate the human chain.  What is interesting is that when rape oil was removed from animal feed, ‘scrapie’ disappeared.

No any further reports of “Mad Cow” have occurred since rape oil was removed from the feed.

US and Canadian farmers grow genetically engineered rapeseed and manufacturers use its oil (canola) in thousands of processed foods, with the blessings of Canadian and US government watchdog agencies.

Genetic Engineering and Canola

In 1978 the word “Canola” was invented to describe a new type of oilseed that was selectively bred from the original rapeseed to have significantly less erucic acid.  In nature, there is actually no such thing as a “Canola plant” that produces “Canola oil.”  Canola oil is simply a trade name for low-erucic acid rapeseed oil.

Canola means “Canadian oil”; and the plant is still a rape plant, albeit genetically modified.  The new name provides perfect cover for commercial interests wanting to make millions.

While the original Canola was created through basic laboratory breeding and selection techniques, the major modification in 1995 introduced Canola that was genetically engineered to contain bacterial DNA to make it resistant to the toxic herbicide, glyphosate (RoundUp).

The Roundup-Ready Canola seed is patented by Monsanto, and farmers can be sued for saving the seed or for having “unauthorized” Canola plants on their fields.

Since canola is wind pollenated so it is almost impossible for organic Canola farmers to keep these patented contaminants out of their crops.  It is also next to impossible for farmers (organic or otherwise) to combat the Superweeds that are evolving in response to constant, massive doses of Roundup.

A simple fact is that Roundup-Ready Canola is doused repeatedly throughout the season with a carcinogenic herbicide that is known to harm both people and the planet and is reason enough to stay far away from it.

In 1996, Japanese scientists announced a study wherein a special Canola oil diet had actually killed laboratory animals.  Reacting to this unpublished, but verified and startling information, a duplicate study was conducted by Canadian scientists, using piglets and a Canola oil-based milk-replacer diet.  In this second study, published in Nutrition Research, 1997, the researchers verified that Canola oil somehow depleted the piglets of vitamin E to a dangerously low level.

The canola supporting websites say that canola is safe to use.  They admit it was developed from the rapeseed, but insist that through genetic engineering it is no longer rapeseed, but “canola” instead.

The Bottom Line

The bottom line is that Canola is an inflammatory oil in your body that contains foreign, genetically engineered DNA, trans fats, and toxic chemical residues, including glyphosate. Industrial Canola is also an environmental scourge and a threat to organic farming, and it should be avoided at all costs.  Look at the ingredients list on labels, you’ll find it in an alarming number of processed foods.


Side-effects of Canola oil usage:

  1. Kidney and Liver Problems

The majority of canola oil produced today is genetically modified.  The side effects of GMOs in general cannot be overstated.

A 2011 review published in Environmental Sciences Europe—90-day trials indicated liver and kidney problems as a result of GMO foods.

Genetically modified crops safety assessments: present limits and possible improvements

The kidney and liver findings were differentiated by sex with the kidneys being disrupted by 43.5 percent in male mammals and the liver being disrupted in female mammals by 30.8 percent.

  1. Life-Threatening Heart Trouble

As a monounsaturated oil, rapeseed oil has high levels of erucic acid.  Erucic acid is a fatty acid that’s associated with heart damage, specifically Keshan disease, a disease that manifests itself with fibrotic lesions of the heart.

Research has shown that in areas where people are prone to Keshan, not only are selenium levels lower, but eurucic acid levels are higher.

Low Selenium State and Increased Erucic Acid in Children from Keshan Endemic Areas — A Pilot Study

Partially hydrogenated vegetable oils like canola are also known for causing inflammation and calcification of arteries, well-established risk factors for coronary heart disease.

The negative effects of hydrogenated trans fats and what to do about them.

  1. Hypertension and Strokes

Studies have shown that the consumption of rapeseed oil shortens the life span of stroke-prone and hypertensive animal subjects.

Additionally, the rats fed the non-canola oil-based diets lived longer than the rats fed canola oil.

Another study published in 2000 in specifically looked at the effects of canola oil on blood coagulation time or how long it takes blood to clot in stroke-prone animal subjects and found there was a “canola oil-induced shortening of blood coagulation time and increased fragility in [red blood cell membranes],” which may promote the occurrence of strokes in animal subjects that are stroke-prone.

Blood coagulation and osmolar tolerance of erythrocytes in stroke-prone spontaneously hypertensive rats given rapeseed oil or soybean oil as the only dietary fat.

  1. Retards Normal Growth

Up until recently, it was not legal to use canola oil in infant formulate.  There have valid concerns about canola oil retarding growth in children.

Specifically, the eurcic acid in canola oil is harmful to infants due to an inability to properly break it down. The FDA previously made the use of canola oil illegal in baby formula.

However, as of  a few years ago, canola oil made it to the generally recognized as safe list.

Not only is it highly concerning to feed developing infants a GMO oil, but it’s also highly questionable to give them unhealthy fats.  Proponents brag about canola’s overall healthy fat profile, don’t believe it.

  1. Increases Intake of Unhealthy Trans Fats

In the Journal of Food Lipids, when soybean and canola oils purchased in the U.S. were evaluated,  “The trans contents were between 0.56% and 4.2% of the total fatty acids.


Research has related trans fats to weight gain.  When you read “partially hydrogenated oil” on any food label, that guarantees there is some amount of trans fat present.

  1. Numerous Potential GMO Health Side Effects

The mentioned links between GMOs and negative liver and kidney implications, is not all.

According to the Center for Food Safety site  (Ge-food-and-your-health), there are several new and very serious health concerns and unexpected effects of genetic engineering unearthed by scientific research:


Allergic reactions



Loss of nutrition


The best oils for cooking :

Top 8 Healthy Cooking Oils (Plus, the Ones to Avoid Entirely)

  1. Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is best when it’s cold-pressed and virgin.  Your coconut oil should smell like you’re on a beach in the Caribbean.

It contains medium-chain fatty acids that can support both fat loss and your nervous system.

Weight-loss diet that includes consumption of medium-chain triacylglycerol oil leads to a greater rate of weight and fat mass loss than does olive oil.

  1. Olive Oil

Look for an organic extra-virgin or cold-pressed olive oil that’s available in a darkly colored glass container.  Many inferior, fake olive oils are mixed with cheaper, GMO vegetables oils so make sure it’s GMO-free.

  1. Ghee or Organic, Pasture-Raised Butter

High-quality butter or ghee both make a great canola oil substitute.  Both butter and ghee benefits

come from alpha lipoic acid and conjugated linoleic acid, which can promote weight loss.

Ghee Benefits: Are They Better Than Butter?

  1. Red Palm Oil

Red palm oil is made from the palm fruit instead of the palm kernel, and in its unrefined state, it’s high in vitamin E and beta-carotene. It’s also stable under high heat and great for cooking.

Make sure when buying palm oil that it’s certified sustainable.

If for some reason you must buy canola oil, make sure that it’s organic canola oil because then it at least can’t be from genetically modified plants. It’s still illegal to use genetic engineering or modification in certified organic products.

  1. Avocado Oil

Avocado oil is one of my favorite cooking oils, as it has a high smoke point and mild flavor that goes with any dish you could imagine.

Avocado oil, along with olive oil, is a good source of monounsaturated fat, a beneficial dietary fat. It’s so healthy, in fact, if you visit France, it’s actually received prescription drug status there for its effects against arthritis.

Final Thoughts

Whether the canola oil you’ve been using is genetically modified or not, you really can’t afford to keep using it for the sake of your health.

It can be confusing to know which are the best oils to choose to cook with and use at home. But one thing you can bet on is that canola oil is simply not the safe, healthy alternative that the mainstream media would have you believe.

Canola oil has become so popular it’s found in many foods, including ones you may think are “healthy” food choices.

In fact, canola oil is marketed to the health-conscious industry rather than the junk food industry.

However, you must beware and read labels diligently in order to protect your health and the health of your loved ones from the dangers of this popular cooking oil.

Now that you’re armed with the facts, use them to guard your health! I truly hope you will steer clear of canola oil and all GMO foods.

Look for foods with the non-GMO label. Find more info here: I also suggest checking out the Non-GMO Shopping Guide.

How Is Canola Oil Bad for You? Plus 4 Substitutes

There are so many reasons why high fructose corn syrup should be banned from our food supply. Here are some of the most highly disturbing facts:

Americans consume an average of 50 grams of HFCS every day.

HFCS now represents more than 40 percent of caloric sweeteners added to foods and beverages and is the sole caloric sweetener in soft drinks in the U.S.

HFCS has been shown to increase the risk of developing high blood pressure, diabetes and heart disease.

Consumption of HFCS increased more than 1,000 percent between 1970 and 1990, far exceeding the intake changes of any other food or food group, and is a main factor in our current obesity epidemic.

HFCS can cause leaky gut syndrome.

HFCS contains up to 570 micrograms of health-hazardous mercury per gram.

HFCS has been shown to promote cancer.

The average 20-ounce soda contains 15 teaspoons of sugar, all of it high fructose corn syrup.


  1. Weight Gain

There is a lot of debate over high fructose corn syrup vs. sugar.  A Princeton University study found that HFCS causes more weight gain than refined sugar does.

  1. Cancer

With high fructose corn syrup found in so many foods and beverages, it’s no surprise that fructose intake has increased dramatically in recent decades. Research from 2010 published by the American Association for Cancer Research found that the fructose in HFCS promotes cancer growth, specifically pancreatic cancer.

This study actually found that cancer cells can readily metabolize fructose and induce rapid reproduction of pancreatic cancer cells. Researchers also found that fructose and glucose metabolism are very different, with fructose causing more negative health reactions than glucose.

This research provides very good reason why cancer patients should not be given anything containing high fructose corn syrup and how avoiding HFCS can possibly disrupt cancer growth.  When it comes to cancer prevention and treatment, clearly HFCS is an ingredient that should be aggressively avoided.

  1. Fatty Liver and Liver Stress

Fructose is known to stimulate fat accumulation in the liver by increasing fat synthesis yet blocking fat breakdown.  In order to chemically create high fructose corn syrup, glucose and fructose, which are naturally linked together, become separated. When HFCS enters your bloodstream, the freed-up fructose travels directly into your liver and overwhelms your liver’s processing capacity.

This then causes unhealthy fat production in your liver called lipogenesis.  This can lead to fatty liver disease if more than 5 percent to 10 percent of the liver’s weight becomes fat.  It doesn’t stop there, though. Having a fatty liver can lead to serious liver stress, liver damage, obesity, prediabetes and type 2 diabetes.


  1. Diabetes

Fructose has been directly linked with diabetes, especially high fructose corn syrup, which contains a great deal of free-floating fructose.

Diabetes Symptoms to Be Aware Of + 6 Natural Ways to Control

  1. Leaky Gut Syndrome

HFCS requires more energy to be absorbed by the gut and soaks up two phosphorous molecules from ATP (our body’s energy source). This depletes the energy fuel source in our guts required to maintain the integrity of our intestinal linings. Large doses of free fructose have been shown to literally punch holes in the intestinal lining, creating a leaky gut.


Once these holes in the lining exist, it’s very easy for unwanted toxins and food to enter your bloodstream. These invaders are not meant to be in the bloodstream so they trigger inflammation in the body. Inflammation is at the root of many health problems including obesity, diabetes, cancer, heart disease, dementia and accelerated aging.

  1. Increased Mercury Intake

Multiple studies have found alarming amounts of mercury in products containing high fructose corn syrup, which can contribute to dangerous mercury poisoning.

In a study published in Environmental Health, mercury was detected in almost 50 percent of samples of commercial high fructose corn syrup.  Brands behind the products tested included Kraft, Quaker, Hershey’s and Smucker’s.


To create HFCS, caustic soda is used to shuck the corn kernel from its starch, and corn syrup is then created.  Enzymes (GMO) are introduced to convert the corn syrup’s sugars to super-sweet fructose.  The alpha-amylase and glucoamylase used in HFCS processing have been genetically modified to improve their heat stability for the production of HFCS.  HFCS contains no enzymes, vitamins or minerals, only sugar and calories.

High Fructose Corn Syrup Dangers and Healthy Alternatives

Here is a list of 20 popular foods that often contain high-fructose corn syrup.

  1. Soda

Soda is well known for its high sugar content.  In fact, it’s the largest source of added sugar in the American diet.

  1. Candy

Candy and candy bars are mostly made of sugar.

Several brands add it in the form of HFCS, and it’s often listed as the first ingredient.

  1. Sweetened Yogurt
  2. Salad Dressing

It is important to always be skeptical of store-bought salad dressings, especially those advertised as low-calorie or fat-free.  To make up for the flavor that gets removed along with the fat, companies add sugar or HFCS to please your taste buds.

  1. Frozen Junk Foods

Frozen convenience foods, such as TV dinners and pizzas, have taken over grocery store aisles.

You wouldn’t expect these foods to contain added sugar, but many of them do in the form of HFCS.

When shopping the frozen aisles, always check ingredient lists and choose foods without HFCS and other unhealthy ingredients.

  1. Breads

It is always important to double check ingredient lists on bread labels.

Many brands have added high-fructose corn syrup, which can be surprising because bread isn’t usually thought of as a sweet food.

  1. Canned Fruit

To avoid HFCS, always choose fruit that is canned in its natural juice.

  1. Juice

Although juice is naturally high in sugar, some companies sweeten it even more with HFCS.

  1. Boxed Dinners

HFCS is often added to these products, along with many other artificial ingredients.

  1. Granola bars

Granola bars tend to be very sweet, as many companies choose to sweeten them with sugar or HFCS.  The amounts of added sugar in many granola bars are similar to the amounts found in some candy bars.

  1. Breakfast Cereal

Many cereals are advertised as healthy, but they are often heavily sweetened with sugar or HFCS.

  1. Store-Bought Baked Goods

Many grocery stores have their own bakery sections with endless donuts, cookies and cakes.

Unfortunately, HFCS is the sweetener of choice for many store-bought baked goods.

  1. Sauces and Condiments

Many of these products have HFCS listed as the first ingredient.  Two items to be particularly cautious of are ketchup and barbecue sauce.

  1. Snack Foods

Processed foods, such as chips, cookies and crackers, contain HFCS more often than not.

  1. Cereal Bars
  2. Nutrition Bars

Unfortunately, HFCS is added to these quite often, which once again stresses the importance of always checking ingredient lists.

  1. Coffee Creamer

Coffee creamer seems harmless until you see the ingredients that get added to it.  It’s typically made mostly of sugar in the form of HFCS, in addition to several other unhealthy ingredients.

  1. Energy Drinks and Sports Drinks
  2. Jam and Jelly

Jam and jelly are always rich in sugar, but store-bought versions are more likely to contain HFCS.

You can often find locally made jams without HFCS at farmers markets and co-ops, or learn to make it on your own.

  1. Ice Cream



Although modern wheat is not Genetically Modified (in the modern sense, aka gene-splicing) plant scientists since the Green Revolution have subjected wheat not only to extensive hybridization and back-crossing but also to chemical-, gamma-, and x-ray mutagenesis, which created proteins completely new to the human diet in “modern” wheat


Common wheat harvest protocol in the United States is to drench the wheat fields with Roundup several days before the combine harvesters work through the fields as the practice allows for an earlier, easier and bigger harvest.


  1. Modern wheat has more gluten proteins

When compared with strains of wheat that are centuries old, modern wheat has many more gluten proteins because all the hybridization that has taken place

  1. Modern wheat is lower in mineral content

The mineral content of harvested wheat grains has decreased. Because modern wheat has shorter stalks, less sun, and shallower roots systems, it is deficient in many vitamins and minerals.  Modern wheat is lower in minerals like zinc, magnesium, iron, copper, and selenium than its ancient ancestor.

  1. Modern wheat is a mutation caused by radiation

In order to help crops become more resistant to disease, they are exposed to high doses of gamma and microwave radiation.  This isn’t considered genetic modification, but is called “mutation breeding

  1. Modern wheat is grown with harmful pesticides

Most of the wheat produced today uses some type of pesticide. Of the 16 pesticides used on wheat, the most common type of pesticide used is Malathion, which is used on nearly 50% of all wheat. Malathion is called a “neurotoxin”.

  1. Modern wheat can no longer survive in the wild

Modern wheat has been so modified by humans, modern strains are unable to grow in the wild anymore because they depend on pest control and nitrate fertilization



When an aspartame molecule breaks apart in the small intestine, this carbon disengages from the amino acids and forms a single molecule of methanol.

Methanol, also known as wood alcohol, is found in antifreeze and rocket fuel, among many other applications.  Methanol’s effect on the body is similar in some ways to that of ethanol (the alcohol found in wine and beer), but unlike ethanol, the body deals with methanol by transforming it into waste products that include formaldehyde, a carcinogen that morticians use as embalming fluid.


9 Aspartame Side Effects Worth Knowing


  1. Migraines and Cluster Headaches

Research shows it only takes a small quantity of the sweetener to create a severe adverse reaction in the body.  Diet soda contains aspartame to replace sugar; the sweetener can create low blood sugar episodes that trigger migraines.

  1. Diabetic Complications

Aspartame decreases insulin sensitivity, a study done by the American Diabetes Association voices concerns over people with diabetes that eat or drink food products containing aspartame may experience a sudden drop in blood glucose levels.

Further research from the ADA concludes that artificial sweeteners, especially aspartame, do have a negative impact on the body’s insulin response to sugar.

  1. Vision Problems

Aspartame consumption has links to vision disorders.  Dry eyes, blurred vision, and the inability to retain focus.  The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) discovered connections between aspartame consumption and vision problems.  The test results of controlled studies between two groups of individuals. One group consumed aspartame while the other did not.  The results of the research show that aspartame does indeed, cause issues with vision.

Aspartame is made up of aspartic acid, phenylalanine, and methanol. The elevation in toxicity creates numerous vision issues.  If aspartame is stored for an extended period, or exposed to high temperatures, the chemicals in the compound break down into toxic components that can damage your eyes.

Drinking diet soda regularly, especially if you already have eye problems, could further exasperate existing vision disorders.

  1. Hearing Issues

Food and Drug Administration lists 90 different health disorders and diseases linked to aspartame.  The hearing disorders related to aspartame include tinnitus (a severe ringing in the ears that doesn’t stop, even at night, and in quiet places), as well as sensitivity to loud noises.  Hearing loss and disorder such as tinnitus, associated with aspartame consumption, could be a permanent condition.

Studies show that aspartame consumption affects the normal function of the cochlea and vestibular system, a series of there canals located behind the ears.  The vestibular system processes sound and balances the body during movement.  Aspartame disrupts the signals from the vestibular system to the brain, causing hearing loss and balance issues.  There is good news for anyone living with the hearing disorders associated with excessive aspartame consumption.  Most of the hearing disorders disappear after discontinuing use of the artificial sweetener.

  1. Chronic Inflammation

If you suffer from diseases related to chronic inflammation, such as rheumatoid arthritis, it’s critical that you avoid foods containing aspartame.  There are many cases linking aspartame consumption to increased symptoms of chronic inflammatory disease. Inflammatory conditions associated with the use of aspartame include Joint pain, swelling, and skeletal ache.

When aspartame is consumed it creates an inflammatory response in the gut similar to an allergic reaction.  The chemicals found in aspartame penetrate cells in the walls of your GI tract. The cells become irritated, swelling due to the onslaught of inflammation in the soft tissues.

  1. Weight Loss Prevention

Aspartame creates inflammation in the walls of the intestines. This systemic inflammation spreads from the gut into every other biological system in the body.  Inflammation is responsible for over 80% of chronic diseases experienced by Americans, and it’s also the reason why you can’t lose fat in your diet.  The digestive inflammation prevents your body from absorbing the nutrition in your food, disrupting the efficiency of the gastrointestinal tract.

  1. Seizure Risk

Consuming aspartame products, like diet soda, at high altitudes may trigger seizures, which is why the FAA recommends against pilots drinking diet soda before, or during, flights.

  1. Abdominal Pain and Cramping

There are links between aspartame consumption and gastrointestinal irritation. Consuming aspartame products, such as diet soda, inflames GI disorders like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS.) When aspartame launched in the early ’80s, complaints from the public regarding stomach cramps inundated the FDA, particularly in the first year of its release.

The results of the studies found that diets containing a high level of aspartame were more susceptible to developing gastric disorders like IBS.  When the test subjects discontinued the use of the artificial sweetener, their gastric disorders subsided.  The studies noted that the side-effects didn’t return after stopping the use of aspartame.

  1. Cancer Antagonist

Research suggests that consumption of aspartame may show links to specific forms of the colon and intestinal cancer.


Aspartame Side Effects

The components of aspartame can lead to a number of health problems, as you have read.  Side effects can occur gradually, can be immediate, or can be acute reactions.
According to Lendon Smith, M.D. there is an enormous population suffering from side effects associated with aspartame, yet have no idea why drugs, supplements and herbs don’t relieve their symptoms.

Adverse reactions and side effects of aspartame include:

blindness in one or both eyes decreased vision and/or other eye problems such as: blurring,

bright flashes, squiggly lines, tunnel vision,

decreased night vision,

pain in one or both eyes,

decreased tears causing trouble with contact lenses,

bulging eyes.

tinnitus – ringing or buzzing sound,

severe intolerance of noise,

marked hearing impairment.

epileptic seizures,


migraines and (some severe) dizziness,


memory loss,

severe drowsiness and sleepiness,

paresthesia or numbness of the limbs,

severe slurring of speech,

severe hyperactivity and restless legs,

atypical facial pain,

severe tremors.

severe depression,

personality changes,



shortness of breath,

high blood pressure,

diarrhea sometimes with blood in stools,

abdominal pain,

pain when swallowing.


itching without a rash,

lip and mouth reactions,

aggravated respiratory allergies such as asthma.

Endocrine and Metabolic—

loss of control of diabetes,

menstrual changes,

marked thinning or loss of hair,

marked weight loss,

gradual weight gain,

aggravated low blood sugar (hypoglycemia),

severe PMS.

frequency of voiding and burning during urination,

excessive thirst,

fluid retention,

leg swelling,

increased susceptibility to infection,

mental retardation.

severe depression,

aggressive behavior,

birth defects,

peptic ulcers,

aspartame addiction and increased craving for sweets,

hyperactivity in children.

Additional Symptoms of Aspartame Toxicity include the most critical symptoms of all
irreversible brain damage,

suicidal tendencies,

Aspartame may trigger, mimic, or cause the following illnesses—

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome,

Post-Polio Syndrome,

Lyme Disease,

Grave’s Disease,

Meniere’s Disease,

Alzheimer’s Disease,

Multiple Sclerosis (MS),

Mercury sensitivity from Amalgam fillings,

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD).

These are not allergies or sensitivities, but diseases and disease syndromes.  Aspartame poisoning is commonly misdiagnosed because aspartame symptoms mock textbook ‘disease’ symptoms, such as Grave’s Disease.

Aspartame changes the ratio of amino acids in the blood, blocking or lowering the levels of serotonin, tyrosine, dopamine, norepinephrine, and adrenaline.  Therefore, it is typical that aspartame symptoms cannot be detected in lab tests and on x-rays.  Textbook disorders and diseases may actually be a toxic load as a result of aspartame poisoning.


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