Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum.
Mission Possible World Health International
9270 River Club Parkway
Duluth, Georgia 30097
Telephone: 770-242-2599

Posted: 24 March 2017

Martini: I've been saying this about aspartame triggering obesity and diabetes for 27 years since I've been warning on aspartame. Obesity and Diabetes are completely discussed in the 1000 page medical text, "Aspartame Disease: An Ignored Epidemic" by the late diabetic specialist and world expert on aspartame, H. J. Roberts, M.D.. Independent Scientific peer reviewed research for years has connected aspartame with obesity and diabetes, and metabolic syndrome.

Recently, a new book by Linda and Bill Bonvie (2017) called "BADDITIVES!" was published. It even has a forward by Attorney James Turner who with Dr. John Olney tried to prevent the approval of aspartame. On page 31 and 32 the petitions for ban of aspartame by Dr. Ken Stoller and myself are discussed. Steven Musser, Deputy Director for Scientific Operations of the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition said the FDA continues "to monitor the scientific literature for information that might indicate potential public health concerns" about aspartame, and would take "appropriate action" if it finds the sweetener's uses "do not meet the safety standards for food additives." FDA has been saying that for 3 decades!

Bonvie says "That monitoring effort, however, appears to have missed an awful lot of scientific literature that not only already exists, but has been right before its eyes," Here is just a few things the FDA has forgotten:

I could easily add 50 more acts of FDA "forgetfulness" but the subject is so humongous it needs to be a book rather than a short commentary on the subject. Since Mission Possible World Health Intl exists only to protect the public by educating them about the chemical poison aspartame and get it off the market, I think the aspartame experts should diagnose FDA's memory loss, and the sentence for their crimes should be termination. They should be prosecuted under Title 18 of the domestic genocide law. Here is the evidence:

Now read about Harvard's study below. At the end I will comment again about what is happening here and in the UK on the aspartame issue.

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Should you avoid aspartame?

The harmful effects sugar can have on the body has been given a lot of attention. Known for sabotaging diets and packing on extra calories, many people try to avoid sugar by seeking out artificial sweeteners as an alternative. But according to a new study by the Harvard Medical School, one common sugar substitute, aspartame, could be sabotaging your diet, too. And ironically enough, it is often used most in diet products (diet soda, for example).

To understand more about this study, this week on Take Care Dr. Richard Hodin, professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School, discusses the effects of aspartame on the body.


Aspartame is a chemical sweetener that can be found in everything from soda, to processed desserts, and even condiments like ketchup. And ironically enough, it is often used most in diet products (diet soda, for example).

Although there are a handful of artificial sweeteners currently sold on the market, this particular study focused on aspartame alone. Aspartame breaks down into phenylalanine, a chemical known to block important enzymes in the intestines. This knowledge, Hodin said, is what prompted the experiment. The researchers at Harvard Medical School sought to understand the effects of aspartame on the body, so they conducted a series of experiments, including on lab mice.

And the findings were revealing. According to this study, aspartame did indeed block intestinal alkaline phosphatase, or IAP, in the lab mice. IAP plays a pivotal role in overall intestinal and digestive health, and when inhibited, had noticeable negative effects on the mice, namely, a predisposition to obesity and diabetes.

According to Hodin, there hasnt been enough research to determine the amount of aspartame that will cause a serious problem. And considering a majority of the experiments are conducted on mice, the results wonít necessarily mirror aspartames effect on humans.

But what researchers do know is, when IAP levels are low, animals tend to gain weight, develop diabetes, and experience other bodily changes consistent with metabolic syndrome, such as a fatty liver, which can eventually lead to heart disease, the leading cause of death in America.

These findings might be upsetting for many, given all the loyal diet soda drinkers out there. So often, we think weíre doing all the right things to lose weight, and it turns out our trusted diet products are doing more harm than good. How could a zero calorie soda be bad, right?

Because weight maintenance is about more than calories in and calories out, said Hodin. There are other important factors involved in gaining and losing weight. And although more research is necessary to determine exactly how aspartame affects humans, Hodin was confident that it would cause the same IAP blockage that was seen in the lab mice.

Martini continued: So what's happening with the aspartame industry these days? You could spend weeks just reading the articles and studies on the deadly effects of this chemical poison. Pepsi finally took it out admitting the health concerns but when their profits kept dropping they decided profit was more important than health and put it back in. The aspartame industry isn't very happy these days. This morning Lane Shore, Mission Possible Chicago said my emails to him were blocked, or he would have called into a radio show I did. Just before the show I tried to log onto who publishes a lot of our aspartame articles and the web site had been hacked. Jeff Rense said its back up now. This past week a lot of our articles having to do with the California Identification Committee and Prop 65 became blank although they have now been restored. Here is what itís all about: The story made the cover of "Freedom Health News". Stephen Fox, Mission Possible New Mexico, called to say "I checked and ten articles are blank."

The largest web site on aspartame, has been hacked and has not been restored. The owner, Tanya Crosby, daughter of David Rietz who died from aspartame, promised him on his deathbed she would always keep DORway to warn the world. She said she had been repeatedly hacked, gotten hate mail and threatened. I know how that is. If aspartame is safe like the FDA tells the public then what's wrong with the public seeing the government records, studies and experts reports? We do, however, have the reports and someone just called me and said and if you go to it says: "Coming Soon!" That's good news. Dr. Lou Cafiero called me recently and there was an announcement on the phone, something like, "this tape is at the end and needs to be removed". He said, "What is that!!!" I replied, "My phone is bugged and has been for years". Dr. H. J. Roberts sometimes would send me things in the mail because he said his phone was bugged. We make everything public, the phone doesn't have to be bugged. Some people who have damning information or in the media have actually had to send me email under different names for me to get it. I now have another email, as well. I have always made myself assessable on the Internet so no one would go without help,

Notice on the Aspartame Resource Guide, My email to Cynthia Oshita on aspartame and cancer when I worked with Prop 65 some years ago, She told me she never received this email. Evidently someone else sent her this resource guide and she saw it I had been talking with her by phone and sent her the studies she needed, two 2 day priority packets , she said she never received. This time I tried to contact her by email and it didn't get through although others like Stephen Fox using the same email did get in touch. I couldn't even get through to her by phone. A lot of us spend a lot of time restoring things that are hacked.

We're still trying to get Diane Fleming who has been in prison for 15 years free. Her husband was an aspartame addict and died from methanol poisoning. Obviously it was some kind of chemical reaction from aspartame and creatine. This Sunday School teacher passed 3 lie detector tests and even the main detective on the case told me she was innocent, It breaks your heart. There are other cases as well having to do with methanol poisoning from aspartame. They died. I've visited many countries and everywhere they know aspartame is bad. . The FDA approval has been rubberstamped in over 100 countries. Now Advantame has been approved here, another aspartame product. But, itís very obvious with all going on the aspartame industry is having a bad case of indigestion.

About the UK: The industry for years tried to prevent the word getting out there and even sent attorneys to the newspapers telling them they would sue if they wrote about aspartame or me for that matter. I lectured there twice and the last time was locked up in immigration for three and a half hours with all the aspartame literature confiscated. Now that's power. In the end it hurt them quite a bit when the news went public and I did get all the material back. It made a great introduction at lectures. A legal department even sent a mole!

The activists in the UK are remarkable at getting out the news. It's a network of humanitarian wonderful people who want to save lives and never stop spreading the word. We all work together as a team for the common good. Recently activism has been quite vocal, The CEO of the European Food Safety Authority, EFSA, has resigned and the CEO of Food Standards has resigned. Neither have given a reason. Aspartame is silently being removed there. Teamwork truly is the fuel that allows common people to accomplish uncommon results. I cheer our good friends in the UK.

One of the heroes of the UK is Roger Williams in Parliament and here is his statement:

UK Parliamentary Information Management Services [PIMS ] Early Day Motion EDM 1517

TOXIC PROPERTIES OF ASPARTAME 30.01.2006 January 30, 2006

Williams, Roger

That this House expresses deep concern over the numerous independent toxicological studies and thousands of subjective reports attesting to the toxic effects of the artificial sweetener aspartame on human health; notes that aspartame, once patented as a biochemical warfare agent, is the synthetically produced methyl ester of a dipeptide which is readily broken down in the gut to release methanol; further notes that in naturally occurring foodstuff methanol is either not released into the body or present together with natural defence mechanisms that mitigate its toxic effects; recognises that methanol is a well known poison and is further converted into formaldehyde, a class A carcinogen according to the World Health Organisation's International Agency for Research on Cancer; accepts that severe health concerns occur from the gradual accumulation of formaldehyde in the body which cannot be excreted and that further research has shown that long term low level exposure to formaldehyde induces leukaemia and nasopharyngeal cancer in humans; acknowledges that of the 166 studies conducted on aspartame's safety deemed relevant to humans, 92 per cent. of independently sponsored studies identified one or more problems with aspartame's safety whereas industry-sponsored studies found unanimously in favour of aspartame's safety; and urges the Government to abide by the precautionary principle and make use of Statutes 13 and 16 of the 1990 Food Safety Act to remove aspartame from the permitted list of additives on the UK market."

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Stephen Fox, Mission Possible New Mexico in reading this material above said:

"I would only ask what happened to that effort? What was the result and what was the aftermath? Williams comes on like a ton of bricks and says everything absolutely correctly, the most powerful statement in any parliamentary body in the world about aspartame ever to be uttered thus far, resulting in getting the House Leader to gavel him down for having gone over his time limit in Parliament, and then we don't hear anything for 12 years? What resulted from that stellar effort?>p> "One other thing that baffles me about this Harvard study is the totality of all of these stupid discussions about whether aspartame causes weight gain or not, back and forth, like some bad tennis game between players with zero skills. Why do these researchers appear to intentionally overlook the harm that it does after being metabolized as formaldehyde? How could aspartame NOT cause a massive spike in neurodegenerative diseases? No one seems to argue about that or even appear to care!

"A speech by a Harvard Pediatrician back in the 70's about the harm cyclamates did to children got that taken off the market very rapidly. What gives aspartame such long life in the regulatory sense? Was it the $12 million that Searle paid Donald Rumsfeld for ramming it through the FDA process? That was arguably the dirtiest deal in the 80 year history of the FDA, an agency with one of the most checkered histories in America,"

When it comes to saving lives good people are very inventive. I remember when a nurse, Mission Possible Fresno, put toxic waste stickers on the diet pop markers on the machines in the hospital. She was seen on national TV news in the background with her grim reaper outfit and a sign that said, "Shame on the FDA"! One lady received some of our flyers with some nutritional products and it turned out she worked for NutraSweet. The lady who sent them asked her what she did with them and she said one night she pinned them up everywhere at work. At lunch she noticed the bowl of Equal all had something written on them: "Baby Killers"! One group got a big brass band and went to the exact spot of the Boston Tea Party and threw in imitation NutraSweet to make a point. We are a global volunteer force and we have to get to over 6 billion people and we constantly ask the public to get involved,

A division of our operation is Mission Possible Aviation which we started when pilot Cliff Evans crashed his plane on aspartame. See Dr. Russell Blaylock's excellent pilot alert on www,mpwhi,com and congressional records on the issue, Our representative for aviation safety, Captain Fred Fox gave us some of the cases of pilots on American who lost their life from aspartame including one dying in flight drinking a Diet Coke. His wife was refused the autopsy. Dr. Blaylock is the author of "Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills", on aspartame and MSG and others,

In closing, Mission Possible World Health Intl has a theme song many have heard sung by Frank Sinatra. It's called "High Hopes" and these are the lyrics:

"Once there was a silly old ram
Thought he'd punch a hole in a dam
No one could make that ram scram
He kept buttin' that dam

'Cause he had high hopes, he had high hopes He had high apple pie, in the sky hopes.

So any time your feelin' bad
'stead of feelin sad
Just remember that ram
Oops there goes a billion kilowat dam"

Keep an eye on the dam, It's about to explode! Just keep on spreading the news and make it a habit to at least save a life a day.

Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum.
Founder, Mission Possible World Health International
9270 River Club Parkway
Duluth, Georgia 30097

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