Re: Aspartame Warning
Jul 13, 1996 08:10 PM
You may have seen my response to Jim. If you have any further interest in
the subject, send a message to the auto responder and get the complete list
of supporting documents from betty. I have gotten some of them.
As explained in my previous response, for some especially diabetics, the
issue is a very serious one.
Finally each one of us makes up our own minds and live with it. But I do not
want someone to overlook the possibility and regret when it is too late.
As of this writing, at least three on this list have stopped using aspartame.
PS: did you attend the Annual Meeting? when you have time, why don't you
post your report so that we can know what went on.
At 10:34 PM 7/13/96 -0400, you wrote:
>>"NeutraPoison"? Doss, I don't doubt your motives for posting someone else's
>>propaganda, but when they use terms like "NeutraPoison" and "grand mal
>>seizures of pilots in aircraft cabins," it makes me wonder about their
>I wonder about their objectives.
>Thanks for the informative post, Jim. Over the years I've seen many food and
>drug scares that seemed to do little but sell books. I remember back in the
>70's when sugar was looked upon with as much suspicion as aspartame. Many
>chemicals in our environment have been accused of causing much of humanity's
>ills, but let's face it, millions of people got sick and died before anyone
>dreamed of these chemicals. They died . . . the old-fashioned way. From the
>plague, cholera, childhood diseases, childbirth, pneumonia, sword wounds,
>infections, torture, guillotine, etc.
>Drugs and chemicals need testing and regulation, but even so it's a dicey deal.
>Many people, including myself, are so allergic to penicillin that one shot
>kill us. But many others have been cured and saved by the antibiotic. Every
>drug has it's up and down side. Just like life, we take a risk everytime we
>Just my 2 cents worth.
>- Ann E. Bermingham
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