We are in an information war today, but we’ve actually been in this war for decades – we just didn’t know it.
When I watch what’s going on today with COVID and therapeutics, I can’t help but remember that this was what went on with aspartame health dangers.
The patterns are clear when you think about it – like with Ivermectin or HCQ, every time a new research study was published showing that aspartame caused cancer, MS, memory loss, or another degenerative disease plaguing consumers, the fact-checkers (called government watchdogs back in the day) countered it by trotting out research discrediting the scientific studies showing that it was harmful.
This isn’t anything new – this has been going on since the 1970s with aspartame and saccharin safety. It is clear that it is on–going today.
Will this endless “information war” ever end?
In The UK
In 2013, the European Food Safety Authority published a scientific opinion discrediting more than 20 aspartame studies that identified serious health problems caused by aspartame, ranging from premature births to cancer.
Just imagine what the real scientists think who PROVE the health dangers of dangerous products when they witness the damage, like with aspartame.
They see what they see. They know what they know.
A leading British expert on aspartame dangers has called for an investigation into the EU’s approval of aspartame.
I introduce you to Dr. Erik Millstone.
A highly esteemed, tenured professor at the University of Sussex SPRU (Science and Technology Policy Research Centre) in Brighton, England, Erik Millstone has been fighting for aspartame’s health and safety disclosure for over 40 years to educate EU governments and consumers in Europe about the dangers of aspartame.
Dr. Millstone has a first degree in Physics, and three postgraduate degrees in Philosophy.
Professor Millstone’s research and documented-aspartame-timeline presents conclusive evidence that the dangers of this chemical food additive have been well documented since the 1970s. I worked with Dr. Millstone when I was writing Sweet Poison, and had the pleasure of meeting him while speaking in London.
He has been working with Parliament and the EU governments concerning the current debate on chemical food dangers and their harmful effects on humans – including obesity.
Much of Dr. Millstone’s research focuses on the way public policy-makers reach decisions concerning the protection of public health. He is particularly interested in how policy-makers decide on the rules used to regulate industrial products and manufacturing processes, especially in the food and chemical sectors.
Dr. Millstone has studied a wide-range of public health and environmental issues, including food additives like aspartame, pesticides, BSE, GMO foods and crops, and the control of lead pollution.
The Debate Goes On
Thank you, Dr. Millstone – you are a good friend, an honored colleague, and a fabulous human being! Your tireless efforts to expose the truth about the dangers of aspartame proves that your level of integrity, and intelligence, rises above the decision makers who continue to allow this questionable food chemical to remain on the public market.
The manipulation of the truth is happening today – things haven’t changed in over 40 years since aspartame.
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