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Jerry Story
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http://www.rense.com/general92/aspcod.htm


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Aspartame To Be Added To
Following Foods (Codex!)
From Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum
11-8-10


Here is the Confidential Secret Trade Information on aspartame.


http://www.wnho.net/trade_secret_information_on_aspartame.htm


Please note that Searle admitted that aspartame could not be used for everything. Even the FDA mentioned you could not use it to bake because it breaks down. Yet they approved it in dry products to begin with and when you put Equal in such things as hot coffee you just heated it. Then in 1993 they approved it for baking against their own instructions. In 1996 Dr. David Kessler granted blanket approval for it to be used in everything. How did they do it? Dr. Kessler said if the complaints went down they could do it. So the FDA stopped taking complaints and many people called and asked why they would not take the complaint. But then I couldn't understand how they could reduce the existing complaints even if they didn't add more. On the report in 1995 they stated they had to change their bookkeeping records and had to throw away hundreds of aspartame complaints. In Congress it was admitted in 1985 in the Senate that the FDA had so many complaints that they were sending them to the AIDS Hotline.

The National Soft Drink Assn wrote a 33 page protest on aspartame because it breaks down and decomposes. It violates adulteration laws, and therefore interstate commerce laws. http://www.laleva.org/eng/2007/03/open_letter_to_dr_dick_adamson_of_american_
beverage_regarding_protest_of_using_aspartame_in_carbonated_beverages.html

Everything is a matter of public record. Aspartame needs to be banned, period, but also with Codex.

Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum, Founder
Mission Possible International
9270 River Club Parkway
Duluth. Georgia 30097
770 242-2599
www.mpwhi.com, www.dorway.com, www.wnho.net
Aspartame Toxicity Center, www.holisticmed.com/aspartame


ASPARTAME... list of foods it has been approved for


Found this on the codex website under "current official standards list" one of the many .pdf listed for our food standards.

http://www.codexalimentarius.net/web...ist.do?lang=en



ASPARTAME: It starts on page 74 of a 259 .pdf listing food additives and how much can go into a product. Cheese, bread, veggies, fruits, fish, coffee...... beer


General Standard for Food Additives

http://www.codexalimentarius.net/web...o.jsp?id_sta=4



ASPARTAME

INS 951 Aspartame Functional Class: Flavour enhancer, Sweetener


FoodCatNo... FoodCategory... MaxLevel... Notes... Year Adopted


01.1.2 Dairy-based drinks, flavoured and/or fermented (e.g., chocolate milk, cocoa, eggnog, drinking yoghurt, wheybased drinks) 600 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


01.3.2 Beverage whiteners 6000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


01.4.4 Cream analogues 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


01.5.2 Milk and cream powder analogues 2000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


01.6.1 Unripened cheese 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


01.6.5 Cheese analogues 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


01.7 Dairy-based desserts (e.g., pudding, fruit or flavoured yoghurt) 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


02.3 Fat emulsions mainly of type oil-in-water, including mixed and/or flavoured products based on fat emulsions 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


02.4 Fat-based desserts excluding dairy-based dessert products of food category 01.7 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


03.0 Edible ices, including sherbet and sorbet 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


04.1.2.1 Frozen fruit 2000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


04.1.2.2 Dried fruit 2000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


04.1.2.3 Fruit in vinegar, oil, or brine 300 mg/kg 144 & 191 2007


04.1.2.4 Canned or bottled (pasteurized) fruit 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


04.1.2.5 Jams, jellies, marmelades 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


04.1.2.6 Fruit-based spreads (e.g., chutney) excluding products of food category 04.1.2.5 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


04.1.2.7 Candied fruit 2000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007



ASPARTAME

CODEX STAN 192-1995 75

Table One


FoodCatNo FoodCategory MaxLevel Notes Year Adopted


04.1.2.8 Fruit preparations, including pulp, purees, fruit toppings and coconut milk 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


04.1.2.9 Fruit-based desserts, including fruit-flavoured water-based desserts 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


04.1.2.10 Fermented fruit products 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


04.1.2.11 Fruit fillings for pastries 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


04.1.2.12 Cooked fruit 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


04.2.2.1 Frozen vegetables (including mushrooms and fungi, roots and tubers, pulses and legumes, and aloe vera), seaweeds, and nuts and seeds 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


04.2.2.2 Dried vegetables (including mushrooms and fungi, roots and tubers, pulses and legumes, and aloe vera), seaweeds, and nuts and seeds 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


04.2.2.3 Vegetables (including mushrooms and fungi, roots and tubers, pulses

and legumes, and aloe vera), and seaweeds in vinegar, oil, brine, or soybean sauce 300 mg/kg 144 & 191 2007


04.2.2.4 Canned or bottled (pasteurized) or retort pouch vegetables (including mushrooms and fungi, roots and tubers, pulses and legumes, and aloe vera), and seaweeds 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


04.2.2.5 Vegetable (including mushrooms and fungi, roots and tubers, pulses and legumes, and aloe vera), seaweed, and nut and seed purees and spreads (e.g., peanut butter) 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


04.2.2.6 Vegetable (including mushrooms and fungi, roots and tubers, pulses and legumes, and aloe vera), seaweed, and nut and seed pulps and preparations (e.g., vegetable desserts and sauces, candied vegetables) other than food

category 04.2.2.5 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


04.2.2.7 Fermented vegetable (including mushrooms and fungi, roots and tubers, pulses and legumes, and aloe vera) and seaweed products, excluding fermented soybean products of food categories 06.8.6, 06.8.7, 12.9.1, 12.9.2.1 and 12.9.2.3 2500 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


04.2.2.8 Cooked or fried vegetables (including mushrooms and fungi, roots and tubers, pulses and legumes, and aloe vera), and seaweeds 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


05.1.1 Cocoa mixes (powders) and cocoa mass/cake 3000 mg/kg 97 & 191 2007


05.1.2 Cocoa mixes (syrups) 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


05.1.3 Cocoa-based spreads, including fillings 3000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


05.1.4 Cocoa and chocolate products 3000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


05.1.5 Imitation chocolate, chocolate substitute products 3000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


05.2.1 Hard candy 3000 mg/kg 161 & 148 2008


05.2.2 Soft candy 3000 mg/kg 161 & 148 2008


05.2.3 Nougats and marzipans 3000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


05.3 Chewing gum 10000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


05.4 Decorations (e.g., for fine bakery wares), toppings (nonfruit) and sweet sauces 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


06.3 Breakfast cereals, including rolled oats 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


06.5 Cereal and starch based desserts (e.g., rice pudding, tapioca pudding) 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007



ASPARTAME

CODEX STAN 192-1995 76

Table One

FoodCatNo FoodCategory MaxLevel Notes Year Adopted


07.1 Bread and ordinary bakery wares 4000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


07.2 Fine bakery wares (sweet, salty, savoury) and mixes 1700 mg/kg 165 & 191 2007


09.2 Processed fish and fish products, including mollusks, crustaceans, and echinoderms 300 mg/kg 144 & 191 2007


09.3 Semi-preserved fish and fish products, including mollusks, crustaceans, and echinoderms 300 mg/kg 144 & 191 2007


09.4 Fully preserved, including canned or fermented fish and fish products, including mollusks, crustaceans, and echinoderms 300 mg/kg 144 & 191 2007


10.4 Egg-based desserts (e.g., custard) 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


11.4 Other sugars and syrups (e.g., xylose, maple syrup, sugar toppings) 3000 mg/kg 159 & 191 2007


11.6 Table-top sweeteners, including those containing highintensity sweeteners GMP 191 2007


12.2.2 Seasonings and condiments 2000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


12.3 Vinegars 3000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


12.4 Mustards 350 mg/kg 191 2007


12.5 Soups and broths 1200 mg/kg 161 & 188 2009


12.6 Sauces and like products 350 mg/kg 191 2007


12.7 Salads (e.g., macaroni salad, potato salad) and sandwich spreads excluding cocoa- and nut-based spreads of food categories 04.2.2.5 and 05.1.3 350 mg/kg 161 & 166 2007


13.3 Dietetic foods intended for special medical purposes (excluding products of food category 13.1) 1000 mg/kg 191 2007


13.4 Dietetic formulae for slimming purposes and weight reduction 800 mg/kg 191 2007


13.5 Dietetic foods (e.g., supplementary foods for dietary use) excluding products of food categories 13.1 - 13.4 and 13.6 1000 mg/kg 191 2007


13.6 Food supplements 5500 mg/kg 191 2007


14.1.3.1 Fruit nectar 600 mg/kg 191 2005


14.1.3.2 Vegetable nectar 600 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


14.1.3.3 Concentrates for fruit nectar 600 mg/kg 127 & 191 2005


14.1.3.4 Concentrates for vegetable nectar 600 mg/kg 127 & 161 2007


14.1.4 Water-based flavoured drinks, including "sport," "energy," or "electrolyte" drinks and particulated drinks 600 mg/kg 161 & 191 2007


14.1.5 Coffee, coffee substitutes, tea, herbal infusions, and other hot cereal and grain beverages, excluding cocoa 600 mg/kg 160 & 161 2007


14.2.7 Aromatized alcoholic beverages (e.g., beer, wine and spirituous cooler-type beverages, low alcoholic refreshers) 600 mg/kg 191 2007


15.0 Ready-to-eat savouries 500 mg/kg 191 2008



ASPARTAME-ACESULFAME SALT

INS 962 Aspartame-acesulfame salt Functional Class: Sweetener

FoodCatNo FoodCategory MaxLevel Notes Year Adopted


ASPARTAME-ACESULFAME SALT

CODEX STAN 192-1995 77

Table One

FoodCatNo FoodCategory MaxLevel Notes Year Adopted


01.1.2 Dairy-based drinks, flavoured and/or fermented (e.g., chocolate milk, cocoa, eggnog, drinking yoghurt, wheybased drinks) 350 mg/kg 113 & 161 2009


01.7 Dairy-based desserts (e.g., pudding, fruit or flavoured yoghurt) 350 mg/kg 113 & 161 2009


02.4 Fat-based desserts excluding dairy-based dessert products of food category 01.7 350 mg/kg 113 & 161 2009


04.1.2.4 Canned or bottled (pasteurized) fruit 350 mg/kg 113 & 161 2009


04.1.2.5 Jams, jellies, marmelades 1000 mg/kg 119 & 161 2009


04.1.2.8 Fruit preparations, including pulp, purees, fruit toppings and coconut milk 350 mg/kg 113 & 161 2009


04.1.2.9 Fruit-based desserts, including fruit-flavoured water-based desserts 350 mg/kg 113 & 161 2009


04.2.2.3 Vegetables (including mushrooms and fungi, roots and tubers, pulses and legumes, and aloe vera), and seaweeds in vinegar, oil, brine, or soybean sauce 200 mg/kg 113 & 161 2009


04.2.2.6 Vegetable (including mushrooms and fungi, roots and tubers, pulses and legumes, and aloe vera), seaweed, and nut and seed pulps and preparations (e.g., vegetable desserts and sauces, candied vegetables) other than food category 04.2.2.5 350 mg/kg 113 & 161 2009


05.1.5 Imitation chocolate, chocolate substitute products 500 mg/kg 113 & 161 2009


07.2 Fine bakery wares (sweet, salty, savoury) and mixes 1000 mg/kg 77 & 113 2009


09.3 Semi-preserved fish and fish products, including mollusks, crustaceans, and echinoderms 200 mg/kg 113 2009


09.4 Fully preserved, including canned or fermented fish and fish products, including mollusks, crustaceans, and echinoderms 200 mg/kg 113 2009


13.4 Dietetic formulae for slimming purposes and weight reduction 450 mg/kg 113 2009


13.5 Dietetic foods (e.g., supplementary foods for dietary use) excluding products of food categories 13.1 - 13.4 and 13.6 450 mg/kg 113 2009


14.2.7 Aromatized alcoholic beverages (e.g., beer, wine and spirituous cooler-type beverages, low alcoholic refreshers) 350 mg/kg 113 2010


If they don't get this deadly chemical poison off the market soon,

who will be left standing?

Betty

http://www.mpwhi.com, www.dorway.com, http://www.wnho.net

Aspartame Toxicity Center, http://www.holisticmed.com/aspartamewww.holisticmed.com/aspartame


This is unbelievableyou would not even think they would just add Aspartame in high levels to some of these foods!!!


http://www.timebomb2000.com/vb/showthread.php?t=372434Aspartame

Approved to be Added to Following Foodstuff

A few samples of all the many kinds of food products they are with this carcinogen:

"Vegetable (including mushrooms and fungi, roots and tubers, pulses and legumes, and aloe vera), seaweed, and nut and seed pulps and preparations (e.g., vegetable desserts and sauces, candied vegetables) other than food category 04.2.2.5 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008

04.2.2.7 Fermented vegetable (including mushrooms and fungi, roots and tubers, pulses and legumes, and aloe vera) and seaweed products, excluding fermented soybean products of food categories 06.8.6, 06.8.7, 12.9.1, 12.9.2.1 and 12.9.2.3 2500 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


04.2.2.8 Cooked or fried vegetables (including mushrooms and fungi, roots and tubers, pulses and legumes, and aloe vera), and seaweeds 1000 mg/kg 161 & 191 2008


05.1.1 Cocoa mixes (powders) and cocoa mass/cake 3000 mg/kg 97 & 191 2007"

The list gets worse....


Roy Piwovar
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Jerry,

The list is shocking. Foods that aren't even thought of as sweet can contain large amounts of it. If they can allow aspartame in so many products and throw out consumer complaints, then there is little hope that they will do anything about MSG and its aliases, either. Things will get worse before they get better.
ali
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Criminal!!
Deb A.
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Jerry, are you saying these items don't have to have aspartame on the label?
Jerry Story
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Do not trust that a food that has aspartame in it will have aspartame listed on the label.

And if it's not aspartame, it will be something else.

Do not eat anything except food that has nothing but food in it. For example when I run tomatoes, beets, lettuce thru my Omega 8003 grinder, I know there is nothing in the tomato except tomato, nothing in the beet except beet, nothing in the lettuce except lettuce.

Don't pay any attention to shrinkiatrists who accuse you of being paranoid. You gotta be paranoid. The world is really out to get you. People who are not paranoid are crazy.
DebA.
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So true. I have been on a strict diet of raw and steamed vegetables, egg whites, fruits and no meat or processed items for two weeks, followed by the addition of fish and chicken the next two weeks. I could eat all the fresh fruits and vegetables I wanted between meals, which consisted of fresh fruit and veggies smoothies for breakfast and lunch the first two weeks. I lost 17 pounds in 3 weeks and have never felt better during the diet period. I am being careful now, but had a few rice crackers yesterday and felt crummy. Then I made a soup using some roasted acorn squash pureed with what I thought was safe organic chicken broth..chicken, water, seasalt only. Ugh...not good. My stomach is still reeling along with my head. Lesson, stick with safe whole foods. People, please be careful during the holidays...it's like a minefield outside your home!
Di
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I've been reading seasalt may not be safe anymore, or at least some seasalt. I don't know what they're adding or doing to it, but I guess we may have to learn to do without that too. Deb, were you on the diet because of illness/reactions or to lose weight? Hope you are feeling better now.
Deb A.
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I wanted to lose some weight, and this was a great and very easy way...never got hungry. Mike even liked all the steamed and raw veggies and lost weight. Just want to keep up with all the grandkids!
Di
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I'm glad it was for that reason. I am trying that now (except I am eating some chicken), you've inspired me.
kristy
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Jerry, you said: "For example when I run tomatoes, beets, lettuce thru my Omega 8003 grinder, I know there is nothing in the tomato except tomato, nothing in the beet except beet, nothing in the lettuce except lettuce."

I just wanted to remind newbies that may not necessarily be true.....unless the tomatoes are ripened on the vine, they are shipped green and gassed with ethylene (GMO corn derivative) to ripen them once they arrive at the destination. Unless the beets are organic, there is a high probability that they are GMO which means that they would contain foreign DNA. Also, unless you buy unwashed lettuce, it could contain citric acid from the processing facility.....

It just goes to show that our diligence has to extend to the produce, meat and dairy sections of the store as well as the interior aisles. Here are the produce rules that I live by to avoid GMO corn:
Never buy pre-washed, processed or bagged produce (baby carrots, bagged salad greens, Romaine hearts, etc.).
Never buy conventional papaya, beets, squash (this produce may be GM unless they are stamped Organic)
Never buy conventional peppers, citrus, apples, cucumbers, pineapples (coated with GMO corn wax that does not wash off)
Avoid ethylene gassed produce: bananas, avocados, tomatoes, potatoes (most organic bananas and avocados are also gassed, vine-ripened tomatoes and new potatoes are usually not)
Deb A.
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Di, I think I will do the same diet after the holidays! This is the worst time to lose weight and then keep it off...ugh! Too many temptations! Have done fin e so far, but will have to really be careful. :-)
Di
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I have begun eating a ton of fruit and veggies, have even discovered I love a veggie I've never eaten before.....wonder what's in it that I'm lacking to make it taste so good. It's turnip greens. I've had other greens but never turnip, didn't know what I was missing.
Roy Piwovar
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Nutritional analysis of turnip greens:

http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=144
Di
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Roy, thanks, very interesting, but I didn't think they tasted bitter at all, in fact I thought they were kind of sweet. And all those nutrients, wow.
kristy
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Di, we found the same thing to be true for us. We now routinely eat veggies we had never tried or thought we didn't like. Once we started adding more veggies to our diet (a must when you remove grains), we found lots of exciting veggies and new ways to cook old faves. Have you tried collard greens? They grow very well in the South so they are quite popular here. They have a distinctive taste as well. Different from turnip greens but good, too. Did you try dicing the turnip roots and cooking them with the greens? Here in Mississippi, we eat turnips greens and roots cooked together and topped with pepper sauce (pepper sauce was usually hot peppers packed into a jar with vinegar heated and poured over it - this just sits around until it's needed.....now I make hot pepper sauce using lacto-fermentation). The vinegar-like zing and hot pepper flavor definitely works well with greens.
Di
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Kristy, I didn't buy the turnip greens attached to the roots, so I just ate the greens. I have eaten collard greens in the past but it's probably been quite a while, the greens I've been used to eating are kale, spinach, swiss chard, and mustard greens. I put a little olive oil in a pan with a few tablespoons of water to cook the greens, and eat them with salt, pepper and a sliver of butter. I found when I'm really hungry it's amazing what tastes delicious - just about everything.
ali
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turnip roots, cubed and simmered until soft with carrots. Mashed with salt, pepper and a little butter are a firm favourite here with a roast.
kristy
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I found we really enjoy roasted turnip roots at my house, too. I started making them a lot more when I had trouble finding potatoes we could tolerate. Now we actually like them better with roasts than potatoes.
ali
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ive never tried them roasted, we boil them and then mash together with boiled carrots, salt, pepper and butter. We eat a lot of roast parsnips and beetroots, next time ill throw in some turnip too and give it a go. I dont know why i never thought to roast turnip.
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For a holiday meal (too much chopping for everyday) I'll cube a variety of root veggies, toss with olive oil and place on a cookie sheet, salt and pepper and it's always a favorite. Looks pretty too, when you do a nice variety of colors - yams, turnip, beets - festive and tasty!
ali
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Thats pretty much what i do to evelyn. I actually chop loads and par boil them for just a few minutes and box up in the freezer.Take them out in the morning any by dinner time they are ready to toss in oil and throw in the oven. Be sure to drain them well before freezing or you end up with a waterlogged experience...not too tasty that way hehe!
kristy
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that's a good idea, ali and evelyn. I tend to do things in bulk, too. I think I'll get some extras this week and put some in the freezer.

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