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Re: [Aspartame Support] Aspartame (NutraSweet/Equal) Poison to the Diabetic

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  • Betty Martini
    Dear Kitty, First of all, you did the right thing and got Dr. Blaylock s book. The next thing is you need to get Dr. Roberts new medical text. He is a
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 1, 2002
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      Dear Kitty,

      First of all, you did the right thing and got Dr. Blaylock's book. The
      next thing is you need to get Dr. Roberts new medical text. He is a
      diabetic specialist and he explains that aspartame can precipitate
      diabetes, keeps blood sugar out of control, destroys the optic nerve, and
      can cause diabetics to go into convulsions. It also interacts with
      insulin. There just isn't anything a diabetic could use that would cause
      him more problems than aspartame. And it has wood alcohol in it which is
      poison to the diabetic, converts to formaldehyde and formic acid and causes
      metabolic acidosis.

      Secondly, aspartame interacts with just about every drug used to treat the
      problems it causes. There is a chapter on diabetes and a chapter on drug
      interaction and a chapter on how the physician can treat someone who has
      used aspartame. You can get it by going to www.aspartameispoison.com or
      www.sunsentpress.com and it called Aspartame Disease: An Ignored Epidemic,
      by diabetic specialist H. J. Roberts, M.D.

      There is also a chapter on cardiac problems. Aspartame can trigger an
      irregular heart rhythm and interacts with cardiac medication.

      Aspartame destroys the central nervous system and triggers all kinds of
      neurological symptoms. On www.dorway.com you will see the FDA report of 92
      symptoms. You will notice loss of balance is #2 its so prevalent and
      memory loss #9.

      Is he having eye problems? There is a class action which is starting with
      the eye problems, brain tumors, seizures and blindness. I hope one day
      they will take all diabetics because aspartame is killing them. It does
      mimic diabetes and did so in my own brother who they had on insulin. Now
      off aspartame his blood sugar is perfectly normal, but it has almost
      completely destroyed his pancreas. Stevia is a good thing for diabetes
      because it helps in the metabolism of sugar and you can get it in most
      health food stores. There is also a resource guide on www.dorway.com Be
      sure to complete the MEdwatch form to the FDA.

      Take the medical text to his physician and he will understand and be able
      to help your husband. Also take Dr. Blaylock's book with you. And you can
      print out Dr. Roberts position paper off web, Aspartame and diabetes and
      hypoglycemia. Also print out What's Blinding the World? H. J. Roberts,
      M.D., Focus RP Magazine also on web. There are 16 pages on aspartame in
      the Diabetic Journal of India likewise on web.

      All my best,
      Betty

      All

      At 12:29 AM 3/3/2002 -0600, you wrote:
      >Dear Group,
      >
      >My husband who is 77 years old, has had Type II Diabetes for around 12
      >years. He had quad-bypass surgery, 20 yrs. ago, and two stints put in
      >about 4 years ago. For the last 15 years I have been very careful
      >regarding the food he eats. His cardiologists seem feel he is in
      >excellent shape, considering his past cardio-vascular problems.
      >
      >His most current, and most severe difficulties seem to have occurred since
      >he was diagnosed with Diabetes Type II. A year ago he was in the hospital
      >for a week, with what I felt was a severe reaction to two drugs, which his
      >doctor gave him for the flu. One was Ambien for sleep, and a new type of
      >flu drug. Both my husband and our neighbor who took this new flu drug,
      >collapsed within hours after taking this drug. We then spent a week in
      >the hospital, with the Drs. trying to figure out what had happened to
      >him. Besides the obvious....which was the medicine the doctor had given
      >him for the flu - AND which I CONTINUALLY tried to make the Drs.
      >understand what had happened to him - even though the were not listening
      >to me. The Drs. found after an entire week of being hospitalized, that
      >his blood sugar level was dropping down to 40. At that time he had been
      >on 2 mg. Prandin, prior each meal. The Drs. backed off his Prandin to 1
      >mg. prior meal. One would of thought, that it !
      >would not have taken the hospital a week to realize what his blood sugar
      >levels were dropping to.
      >
      >My question revolves around both his Type II Diabetes, and
      >neuropathy. When he was first diagnosed with Diabetes Type II, he was
      >overweight and drank alcohol more than was healthy for him. He was also
      >overweight. I put him on a better diet, and have watched it carefully
      >since. He lost considerable weight, and is now at a healthy weight. Up
      >until very recently though - I never paid any attention to aspartame, msg,
      >and other chemicals - and he ate and drank both on a regular basis. I am
      >now beginning to wonder if he EVER had Diabetes, and am beginning to think
      >that possibly it has been the aspartame, msg, and other chemicals, all
      >along. The neuropathy, which started in his feet with burning and a pins
      >and needle feeling has progressed. He now has trouble with balance,
      >urination, and bowel function. We have been to various Drs. and I am not
      >getting very good answers!!!!! - if any!!!!
      >
      >SO - my question is - What is the possibility that my husbands diabetes,
      >and neuropathy, (if the diagnosis is correct that is) has been exasperated
      >by the aspartame/MSG/ and other toxic chemicals?? And if so, to what
      >affect? I am also concerned with the medication he takes for his other
      >health problems. He takes Vasotec, Verapamil, Aggrenox, Celexa, and
      >Prandin. I am not necessarily suggesting he does not need to be on this
      >medication. BUT - I have a very strong feeling that the medication, along
      >with the chemicals he ingests from his food and drink, are making his
      >problems worsen, and rapidly. Could someone please tell me what Dr. to
      >take him to, and what if any correlation there is between the chemicals he
      >eats and drinks, his medication, and his increasing neuropathy. The
      >neuropathy seems to be moving from his feet, where it began - and is now
      >affecting his bladder and bowel function, and also his balance!! He is
      >also having increasing memory difficulties.
      >
      >I have just recently begun revising his diet COMPLETELY!!! I am now
      >shopping at ONLY health food stores, and am receiving wonderful help from
      >the director of the Wildoat Health Food Grocery Store. I am TRYING to get
      >him OFF OF ALL chemicals, with the exception of the Rx's that he truly
      >needs. I am so sure MANY of his difficulties are due to both the
      >chemicals he eats, and possibly the combination of the chemicals he eats,
      >and the medication he takes. PLEASE PLEASE - will someone HELP ME!!! And
      >lead me in the right direction!!!! I have read Dr. Blaylocks book, but I
      >am still having difficulty understanding what direction to turn. I am
      >scared to death he is rapidly becoming worse........and I have such a
      >strong feeling that I am not receiving the right information from ALL the
      >Drs. we have seen. They just do not seem to be saying much of
      >anything.....and we just saw a urologist for his bladder control problems,
      >and he wants him to try ANOTHER medicine. PLEASE HELP!!!!!
      >!!!
      >
      >I have never written to any group on the internet - but I am getting
      >desperate. I feel I am being mislead - even though I do not feel anyone
      >is doing so intentionally. I just don't feel all these Drs. know what
      >they are talking about!!!
      >
      >Thank you so very much for ANY and ALL information, that someone out there
      >can give me!!!! I am willing to take him anywhere to Drs. that can give
      >us some honest and informed help!!!!!
      >
      >Mrs. T.J. Lyons
      >
      >
      >
      >
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      >
      >
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      >
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    • Kitty Lyons
      Dear Group, My husband who is 77 years old, has had Type II Diabetes for around 12 years. He had quad-bypass surgery, 20 yrs. ago, and two stints put in about
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 2 10:29 PM
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        Dear Group,

        My husband who is 77 years old, has had Type II Diabetes for around 12 years. He had quad-bypass surgery, 20 yrs. ago, and two stints put in about 4 years ago. For the last 15 years I have been very careful regarding the food he eats. His cardiologists seem feel he is in excellent shape, considering his past cardio-vascular problems.

        His most current, and most severe difficulties seem to have occurred since he was diagnosed with Diabetes Type II. A year ago he was in the hospital for a week, with what I felt was a severe reaction to two drugs, which his doctor gave him for the flu. One was Ambien for sleep, and a new type of flu drug. Both my husband and our neighbor who took this new flu drug, collapsed within hours after taking this drug. We then spent a week in the hospital, with the Drs. trying to figure out what had happened to him. Besides the obvious....which was the medicine the doctor had given him for the flu - AND which I CONTINUALLY tried to make the Drs. understand what had happened to him - even though the were not listening to me. The Drs. found after an entire week of being hospitalized, that his blood sugar level was dropping down to 40. At that time he had been on 2 mg. Prandin, prior each meal. The Drs. backed off his Prandin to 1 mg. prior meal. One would of thought, that it would not have taken the hospital a week to realize what his blood sugar levels were dropping to.

        My question revolves around both his Type II Diabetes, and neuropathy. When he was first diagnosed with Diabetes Type II, he was overweight and drank alcohol more than was healthy for him. He was also overweight. I put him on a better diet, and have watched it carefully since. He lost considerable weight, and is now at a healthy weight. Up until very recently though - I never paid any attention to aspartame, msg, and other chemicals - and he ate and drank both on a regular basis. I am now beginning to wonder if he EVER had Diabetes, and am beginning to think that possibly it has been the aspartame, msg, and other chemicals, all along. The neuropathy, which started in his feet with burning and a pins and needle feeling has progressed. He now has trouble with balance, urination, and bowel function. We have been to various Drs. and I am not getting very good answers!!!!! - if any!!!!

        SO - my question is - What is the possibility that my husbands diabetes, and neuropathy, (if the diagnosis is correct that is) has been exasperated by the aspartame/MSG/ and other toxic chemicals?? And if so, to what affect? I am also concerned with the medication he takes for his other health problems. He takes Vasotec, Verapamil, Aggrenox, Celexa, and Prandin. I am not necessarily suggesting he does not need to be on this medication. BUT - I have a very strong feeling that the medication, along with the chemicals he ingests from his food and drink, are making his problems worsen, and rapidly. Could someone please tell me what Dr. to take him to, and what if any correlation there is between the chemicals he eats and drinks, his medication, and his increasing neuropathy. The neuropathy seems to be moving from his feet, where it began - and is now affecting his bladder and bowel function, and also his balance!! He is also having increasing memory difficulties.

        I have just recently begun revising his diet COMPLETELY!!! I am now shopping at ONLY health food stores, and am receiving wonderful help from the director of the Wildoat Health Food Grocery Store. I am TRYING to get him OFF OF ALL chemicals, with the exception of the Rx's that he truly needs. I am so sure MANY of his difficulties are due to both the chemicals he eats, and possibly the combination of the chemicals he eats, and the medication he takes. PLEASE PLEASE - will someone HELP ME!!! And lead me in the right direction!!!! I have read Dr. Blaylocks book, but I am still having difficulty understanding what direction to turn. I am scared to death he is rapidly becoming worse........and I have such a strong feeling that I am not receiving the right information from ALL the Drs. we have seen. They just do not seem to be saying much of anything.....and we just saw a urologist for his bladder control problems, and he wants him to try ANOTHER medicine. PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!

        I have never written to any group on the internet - but I am getting desperate. I feel I am being mislead - even though I do not feel anyone is doing so intentionally. I just don't feel all these Drs. know what they are talking about!!!

        Thank you so very much for ANY and ALL information, that someone out there can give me!!!! I am willing to take him anywhere to Drs. that can give us some honest and informed help!!!!!

        Mrs. T.J. Lyons




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