Sep 14

(PDF): Aspartame Study: 67% of Female Rats Developed Visible Tumors

During My Study, 2/3 of My Female Rats on Aspartame Developed Tumors

The following movies, show photos of the tumors on the females and males in the aspartame group.

Females on aspartame with tumors

The movie shows 20 females on aspartame with tumors, organized by color. Most appeared to be tumors of the lymph or mammary gland. That’s 20 out of 30 or 67% of the females on aspartame. Some also appeared to have tinges of yellowing fur, a possible symptom of aspartame poisoning.


Males on aspartame with tumors

The movie to the right shows seven males on aspartame with tumors. That’s 7/30 = 23% of all males on aspartame. Again, most appeared to be mammary or lymph gland tumors.

Some also appeared to have tinges of yellowing fur, a possible symptom of aspartame poisoning.

The percentage of females-to males from the aspartame group with tumors was 286%.

Female control group tumors

The movie shows five control group females with apparent mammary or lymph gland tumors. The tumors were significantly smaller than those of the females from the aspartame group. None of the males in the control group developed tumors.

Some also appeared to have tinges of yellowing fur, but the discoloration was less than those consuming aspartame.

Other Adverse Effects:

During My Study, Males and Females Developed Apparent Neurological, Eye, Skin, and Other Disorders

According to neurosurgeon Russell Blaylock, MD, a wide range of adverse effects may be associated with aspartame, including neurodevelopmental abnormalities, nervous system injury, endocrine disorders, diabetes Types 1 and 2, gross obesity, enhanced cancer growth and spread, immune dysfunction, retinal disorder, arterial sclerosis, multiple sclerosis, lupis and other auto-immune disorders, GI disorders and sudden cardiac death. My rats on aspartame appeared to experience the health shown in the movies on this page.

Neurological

The movie to the right shows females and males on aspartame with possible neurological disorders, including paralysis, spasmodic torticollis (also referred to as dystonia), and difficulty walking.

Eye

The movie to the right shows females and males with eye infections, bleeding and protruding eyes. Protruding eyes can be a symptom of Graves’ disease, reportedly an adverse effect of aspartame.

Skin

The movie shows males and a female on aspartame with skin problems.

Miscellaneous

The movie shows females on aspartame with miscallaneous problems. The first two show thining fur. The third one is obese, and the fourth had a tooth growing outside her mouth. According to the scientific literature, aspartame stimulates and increases the appetite for carbohydrates. A recent study shows that each can of diet soda increases the risk of being overweight by an unbelievable 41%.

Source: Writers Without Borders

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2 Responses to “Aspartame Study: 67% of Female Rats Developed Visible Tumors”

  1. John E. Garst, Ph.D. (Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Nutrition) Says:

    Good try, but unfortunately the experiment conducted is invalid. But she is not alone; all other scientists, including both Soffritti et al. and those conducting the original Searle studies made the same error. This experimental design error is readily evident once explained.

    All rat experiments with aspartame have used a simple control versus treated experimental design, but that simple design is invalid because of the chemical nature of aspartame; aspartame is a methyl ester. Methanol produced by hydrolysis reacts with and depletes the vitamin folate, but only in the treated group of animals, because the control group wasn’t given folate and thus do not develop folate deficiency. This causes false positive tumors, because only the treated animals were made deficient in this vitamin. Deficiency of folate is widely known to cause about every tumor in the book. Not only methanol but ethanol facilitates folate deficiency too.

    John E. Garst, Ph.D. (Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Nutrition)

  2. Lowell Says:

    @1

    http://www.nature.com/ejcn/journal/v62/n4/abs/1602866a.html

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