When I got ill from aspartame poisoning, I was very fit. I was a personal trainer, I taught fitness classes every week, and I jogged and worked out with weights on the days that I wasn’t teaching at the gym. As physically fit as I was, aspartame brought me down – and quickly.
After I cured myself from a mis-diagnosis of Grave’s disease caused by aspartame, I continued to advance my aspartame research, and I returned to working-out regularly.
I was puzzled why I almost died from aspartame because I was rarely sick, I was young and in great physical shape.
As I searched for answers, I began noticing that those who were in optimal physical shape had more severe reactions to aspartame, just like I had experienced.
It wasn’t hard to connect the dots – those who were in great physical shape, those who worked-out regularly, and the athletes had one thing in common – they maintained an elevated heart rate when they were “working out.” After all, this is why you exercise regularly – to strengthen your heart health.
This explains why we are witnessing professional athletes dropping like flies today from adverse reactions to the COVID vaccines – all collapsing while holding their chests in pain.
Use common sense and do your own research outside mainstream and social media, and while you are digging for information that may be hard to find, reflect on the athletes that have died and ask yourself why.
Elevated Heart Rate
While you’re doing your research, investigate raising your metabolic heart rate during exercise and during peak athletic performance. You would think that athletes and people in optimal physical condition would not die when they reach a high heart rate.
This is worth investigating, and it is not a one-stop-shop answer. If the reason can be determined, it needs to be studied in grand detail to help enlighten others.
Caution is wisdom. Wisdom comes from intellect and being open-minded. Being open-minded is strength.
Stay wise, strong, and cautious. Rest in Peace to all the athletes who have passed while working out.
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