CODEX QUESTIONS SWEETENERS AND COLOURS - EMAIL ADDRESS TO ELIMINATE ASPARTAME, SUCRALOSE, NEOTAME AND ACESULFAME POTASSIUM - SEPTEMBER 15TH DEADLINE!


Dr. Betty Martini
Mission Possible World Health International
9270 River Club Parkway
Duluth, Georgia 30097
Telephone: 770-242-2599
E-Mail: BettyM19@mindspring.com



Posted: 10 September 2007


This is probably one of the most important articles you can read. It is from Alison White of the Safe Food Campaign in New Zealand and she has finally found an article that has the actual emails that we need to comment to get aspartame, sucralose and acesulfame potassium eliminated from Codex. Already in the UK where they get their vitamins from industry they are full of aspartame. There are efforts around the world to ban this addictive excitoneurotoxic carcinogenic drug that interacts with all drugs and vaccines. It damages the mitochondria, principal energy source of the cell! It is a GM product with the aspartic acid (an excitotoxin) and phenylalanine (a neurotoxin) genetically engineered in E. Coli bacteria.The formaldehyde converted from the free methyl alcohol embalms living tissue and damages DNA. When you damage DNA you can destroy humanity. http://www.mpwhi.com/formaldehyde_from_aspartame.pdf It triggers birth defects and mental retardation, and the free methyl alcohol blinds. See more information on the formaldehyde and the 92 symptoms on theFDA list including death on http://www.mpwhi.com

Remember this is Aspartame Awareness Weekend. Here is your golden opportunity to get out the news about aspartame toxicity, and these other bad sweeteners. Neotame is made by the aspartame industry and is now approved in the US and other countries.

HERE ARE THE EMAILS TO WRITE: secretariat@ccfa.cc, codex@fao.org Do it today!

Note they are asking about justification of aspartame acesulfame salt, sucralose and aspartame for fermented milk?! They also call aspartame a flavor enhancer which may mean they are using it like MSG and we don't know it. MSG, an excitotoxin, should also be mentioned. Remember the new study in the UK about additives and behavioral problems in children, and the colors like Brilliant Blue that must go.

Alison said she couldn't get the link for Dr. Russell Blaylock's video on excitotoxins. Here it is posted:http://www.mpwhi.com/aspartame_awareness_weekend_2007.htm Includes his books and resources.

Also through Sunday Dr. H. J. Roberts has a special for his medical text, Aspartame Disease: An Ignored Epidemic, 1000 pages on the horrors of this chemical poison, along with his new book on 50 years of research called Protecting Mankind: One Physician's Quest, both for $65.00, less than the price of his text. You have to get it through http://www.sunsentpress.com

Here is information on Sucralose or Splenda. http://www.wnho.net/splenda_chlorocarbon.htm It is a chlorocarbon poison and liberates free methyl alcohol. We call it DDT-Lite.

Acesulfame potassium (Sunnett) triggered cancer and leukemia in original studies.

If you need more information on these chemical sweeteners you can get them from the web sites below.If you are an aspartame victim you can subscribe to the Aspartame Information List on thebanner on http://www.mpwhi.com Here is Dr. Blaylock's paper: "What To Do If You Have Used Aspartame", http://www.wnho.net/wtdaspartame.htm

If you are a physician who knows how to treat aspartame disease contact me to be added to the Aspartame Detoxification Clinics. Currently victims by the millions go from physician to physician without getting help because the FDA, the manufacturers and professional organizations funded by them and front groups lie to the physicians tying their hands. As an example, aspartame is a seizure triggering drug but if the victim was taken to an ER and the physician didn't know he would give the patient anti-seizure medication and it will interact as discussed in Dr. Roberts medical text.

Every single person reading this email should write if you want aspartame and these other poisons banned from Codex and more people to be warned about their deadly toxicity. For instance, Dr. James Bowen says if you go from aspartame to Splenda you will maintain the reactions to aspartame and pick up those from Splenda. Aspartame is a chemical hypersensitization agent and causes polychemical sensitivity syndrome, same as MCS. Send this note to everyone in your address book, and save a life today. Do this in the memory of Dave Rietz. He was Mission Possible South Carolina. Mark Gold of the Aspartame Toxicity Center and I gave him the information to set up the largest web site on aspartame, http://www.dorway.com DORway to Discovery has saved the lives of millions but in the end Dave lost his life to aspartame. Think of him today and do your part.

For a little history, Mission Possible International, a global non-profit, volunteer force, went into operation in January 1993 with a borrowed network of 900,000 people before the vast use of the Internet. The warning flyer was sent to them in their publication and they were asked to clip it out and make thousands. The point was if only one flyer a day was given out by 900,000, the next day 1,800,000 new people would know. Eventually through these efforts MP operations were set up in other countries. The name of the game is exponentiation! Today with the Internet we have reached critical mass. Save a life today, and do your part to help get it banned. The man who helped in the beginning was Peter Britos who even broadcast about aspartame on naval ships. He was distributing flyers in Egypt when he lost his life from a bacteria in the tombs there, and received a 21 gun salute on his death. His wife, an international flight attendant, continues to fly aspartame info packets to Air Traffic Controls and we have Mission Possible Aviation, started when a pilot crashed his plane on this neurotoxin. http://www.mpwhi.com/pilot_aspartame_alert.htm

Read on for more information on Codex from Alison White. Note the aspartame documentary Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World and show it often. Thanks to the courage of Abby Cormack speaking out in New Zealand word is getting out everywhere there. The lecture tour in New Zealand ended in a media blitz and now there is a petition to put a warning for pregnant women and children at least and efforts to ban. Articles continue to be released. For 24 page booklets on aspartame for distribution contact the Idaho Observer, http://www.idaho-observer.com They are called the Artificially Sweetened Times.

Remember teamwork is the fuel that allows common people to accomplish uncommon results. We can do it!

Dr. Betty Martini
Founder, Mission Possible World Health International
9270 River Club Parkway
Duluth, Georgia 30097
770-242-2599
E-Mail: BettyM19@mindspring.com
http://www.wpwhi.com
http://www.whno.net
http://www.dorway.com

Aspartame Toxiocity Center: http://www.holisticmed.com/aspartame


At 08:17 AM 9/8/2007, Alison White wrote:

Dear Betty,

Just in case you haven't already come across this. There's a link in the article pasted below to a Codex pdf document calling for governments to comment before 15 September, unfortunately short notice at this stage.

Codex is questioning the necessity for using various sweeteners including aspartame and some colours in certain products. Not much of a step, but a start!

By the way, I notice that often when you provide a link to something, the link doesn't work, probably because you have doubled up on the address. EXCITOTOXINS: I couldn't get this link to work even after truncating it.

Abby and I will be talking to a group one and a half hours away from Wellington on Wed 26 Sept and also at the Vegetarian Festival on 29th Sept, where Sweet Misery will also be shown. The NZ Truth Group showed Sweet Misery in Wellington at the end of August - good poster. It apparently attracted around 80 people. The word is getting out there!

Keep up all your good work!

Cheers,

Alison


Codex questions certain sweetener, color uses

By Lorraine Heller

16/08/2007- The Codex Committee on Food Additives (CCFA) is calling for comments and additional information on uses of certain compounds, including sweeteners and colors, in order to assess their inclusion in the Codex General Standards for Food Additives (GSFA).

Additives under consideration include aspartame, acesulfame potassium, neotame, saccharin, sucralose, carmine, beta-carotene, polysorbates, and sulphites.

The 39th Session of CCFA requires the additional information on draft and proposed draft food additive provisions as part of its procedure to complete work on GSFA. If this is not provided, CCFA said the next session of the Committee will discontinue work on these food additive provisions and remove them from GSFA.

An electronic working group, led by the United States, has been established to examine any comments received, and to submit a report with its recommendations on the draft maximum levels for colors and food additives under consideration. This will then be considered by the 40th Session of CCFA, scheduled in April 2008.

The comments called for include justification for use of additives in certain applications, or technological need for their use.

For example, information is requested on the use of certain sweeteners, including aspartame, sucralose and acesulfame potassium, in fermented milk products, cheese analogues, bread, dried fruit and vinegar.

In addition, the use of aspartame in chocolate products and hard and soft candy is also questioned, as well as the use of sucralose in breakfast cereals.

In the case of color ingredients, CCFA requests comments on the use of Brilliant Blue FCF, Caramel III (ammonia process) and Caramel IV (sulphite ammonia process) in cocoa and chocolate products. The use of carmine is questioned in crackers and other bread-type products, while beta-carotene is questioned in cocoa mixes, some meat and fish products, and dried pasta.

Comments are also requested on sulphite use due to concerns about the intake of these compounds and their inclusion levels in jams and jellies, fruit desserts and soups and broths.

Intake and technological need information is also requested on polysorbate use in dairy products, breads, crackers and vegetable products.

To access a full additive list and the call for comments in CCFA's August 2007 Circular letter, click here: http://www.foodtechnology.ru/news/printNewsBis.asp?id=79098