Aspartame

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      I have done research on aspartame, this is just an example of the research I
      have saved.
      What Does Aspartame Do In The Body – It Is Another Excitotoxin?

      Aspartate acts as a neurotransmitter in the brain by facilitating the
      transmission of information from neuron to neuron. Aspartic Acid which is 40% of
      Aspartame, is an amino acid. When it is taken in its’ free form as in Aspartame,
      ( unbound to proteins ), it significantly raises the blood plasma levels of
      Aspartate. This excess Aspartate leads to a high level of this neuro transmitter
      in certain areas of the brain. Too much Aspartate in the brain kills certain
      neurons by allowing the influx of too much calcium into the cells. This influx
      then triggers excessive amounts of free radicals which literally kills brain
      cells. The neural cell damage that can be caused by excessive asparate or
      glutamate, ( glutamate is also known as MSG, another excitotoxin ). These
      exicotoxins excite or stimulate neural cells to literal death!

      If anyone would like the rest of the article(s), (not sure how many I have),
      please email me privately and I would be happy to send you the information.

      Melissa

      Rosa, I have to tell you that whole thing about diet coke and MS is a myth.
      go to https://www.snopes.com/toxins/aspartam.htm and you will see that this
      is a myth perpetuated by someone unhappy with the making and marketing of
      aspartame.

      I’m not saying that aspartame is absolutely safe in any and all amounts,
      just that it has NOT been linked to any diseases yet.

      Valarie


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