Jul 15, 1996 08:18 AM
by m.k. ramadoss
I agree with what you say. We should never surrender good common sense in
all these things. But, being a very cautious person, I personally avoid
anything which has even the remotest possibilityf of causing problems.
On Mon, 15 Jul 1996, Ann E. Bermingham wrote:
> >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.
> My interest goes back to the yeast controversy back in the mid-80's. There was
> a lot publicity about people suffering many illnesses from an overgrowth of
> candida throughout their body. There was no way to test for it except by
> symptom. I was a victim of this craze and spent an entire year being treated
> for something I never had in the first place. I only found out my real problem
> and received proper treatment when I went to the University of Chicago Medical
> If someone suspects that aspartame is bothering them, it would be good to
> abstain from it for a while and see if the symptoms go away. If not, they
> should go to a good university medical center, where they can do thorough
> testing and advice and experienced doctors. It is very dangerous to make
> self-diagnoses just by reading things in the media. Many symptoms fit many
> different diseases.
> >As of this writing, at least three on this list have stopped using aspartame.
> Does this give you a nice sense of power, Doss? : - )
> - Ann E. Bermingham
Peace to all living beings.
M K Ramadoss
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