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“While working for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, I monitored two major projects for FDA, in addition to other product investigations. These projects concerned Pesticides and Chemicals in Foods, and Illegal Drug Tissue Residues in Animals.

I worked closely with sister federal and state agencies, oversaw contract compliance, and was coordinator and lead investigator on projects involving FDA, EPA and USDA.

The toxicology, histology and biochemistry of aspartame (aka: NutraSweet, Equal, etc.) is neurotoxic. The aspartame components injure the blood-brain barrier, allowing easy passage, and will interfere with normal nerve cell function regardless of whether one is initially symptomatic or not.

Aspartame affects brain tissue, destroying nerve cell integrity, and eventually the neurons themselves. This leaves lesions or holes where cell death occurred. Aside from brain neurotoxicity, aspartame is known to affect the spinal column nerves, skeletal muscle-nerve junctions, and the conduction system of the heart as well.

Aspartame is a compound of phenylalanine, aspartic acid and methanol. The interaction is nerve cell necrosis (death), and subsequent organ system disease, along with toxic interactions with many pharmaceutical drugs.

The methanol in aspartame breaks down into formaldehyde and formic acid, which denaturizes and mutates the DNA, and can instigate autoimmune disease states.

Aspartame creates altered brain function, nerve damage and systemic organ complications. Information collected by independent research reveals that aspartame clinically exacerbates any borderline (even yet undetected) predisposing illness, and absolutely complicates certain known medical illnesses like Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, diabetes, retinopathies, allergies and mentation & behavior disorders and others.

Tests reveal a correlation between diketopiperazine and astrocytoma (type of aggressive brain tumor). Aspartame is unique in this hazardous respect. Aspartame is not an allergen, but rather, a true toxin.

On the political side and economic perspective, I can only say that politics was the underlying cause of this depraved indifference toward human life, and is exhibited by the FDA-corporate corruption, which had brought aspartame to our tables.

No political or profit based motive should ever replace common sense and the responsibility of preserving public health . . . ever. Although there is no question as to aspartame’s lethality and instigation of morbidity, any question of food safety should always be ruled in favor of public health, until disinterested, third party investigations can be initiated.

It appears that corporate and federal interference places the profit motive before a human being’s health needs.

I believe the public requires a governmental body to support the public’s best interests and not that of corporate profit motives.

Make no mistake . . . to rule against aspartame, is to rule in favor of public conviction and good, sound public health principles.”

An Informational Release for Members
From THE BRIDGE Newsletter of OIRF
Re-Published October 2008

Arthur M. Evangelista, PhD, Options, Issue 28, 2008, pg. 22.
Arthur M. Evangelista,
Public Health and Medical Fraud
Research Cooperative
P.O. Box 474
Barnardsville, NC 28709
(Apparently, Dr. Evangelista was a former FDA investigator for the U.S. Food & Drug Administration – Investigations Branch.)

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