May 2008 Issue


May's Healthy Newsletter is all about aspartame and MS. I decided to focus on MS this month because I have noticed that lately I am receiving hundreds of emails from people who have "recently been diagnosed" with MS and they are wondering if drinking lots of diet drinks, chewing diet... Continue Reading

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Healthy Feedback

Age: 21; Sex: Female; Aspartame Consumption: 3 yrs; Health symptoms started after consuming aspartame: Yes; Comments: I have MS symptoms that appeared shortly after I started using aspartame. I went to the doctor, and they did a MRI 3 times (one for each episode) and found nothing. I need your... Continue Reading

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Concern Over Aspartame and Brain Health

From the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. A review by scientists from the University of Pretoria and the University of Limpopo was published recently in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, and indicated that high consumption of the sweetener aspartame may lead to neurodegeneration. 03-Apr-2008 - Excessive intake of aspartame... Continue Reading

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Multiple Sclerosis and Aspartame

Studies beginning in the late 1960s have shown aspartame creates neurological problems. Please know that aspartame is STILL being studied, and the results are STILL showing multiple forms of neurological problems, cancer and nerve disorders. Take MS (Multiple Sclerosis) for example: As of January 2007, approximately 266,000 people were diagnosed... Continue Reading

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Natural Relief for Multiple Sclerosis

Here are some natural alternatives for the relief of MS symptoms: Identify and remove all manufactured/processed food chemicals from all the foods you eat or drink, chew or swallow. Detox your body at least once every quarter, or four times a year, for a minimum of four-weeks each quarter; high... Continue Reading

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Q & A with Dr. Hull

Q: Over a year ago I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and have been taking medication for the treatment of MS (Betaferon injections.) However, I have been doing some research on aspartame and am starting to wonder if I have been misdiagnosed. I used to consume aspartame in large doses... Continue Reading

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Did You Know?

Nerve fibers inside and outside the brain are wrapped with many layers of insulation called the myelin sheath. Much like the insulation around an electrical wire, the myelin sheath permits electrical impulses to be conducted along the nerve fiber with speed and accuracy. When myelin is damaged, nerves don't... Continue Reading

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Healthy Recipes

In The Multiple Sclerosis Diet Book, by Roy Laver Swank, MD, PhD and Barbara Brewer Dugan it states - " War II nutritional studies revealed a marked variation in fat consumption in different parts of the world, suggesting a possible correlation between high fat-intake and a high frequency of multiple... Continue Reading

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Awesome Alternative MS Research

Awesome Research on Alpha Lipoic Acid and Niacin and MS. Lipoic acid in multiple sclerosis: a pilot study. Multiple Sclerosis. 2005 Apr;11(2):159-65. Yadav V, Marracci G, Lovera J, Woodward W, Bogardus K, Marquardt W, Shinto L, Morris C, Bourdette D. Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Portland, OR Alpha Lipoic... Continue Reading

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