Email from Betty

Dea Ruth,

I’m a real person and I’m happy to help you.  Here is a report I put
together which contains Dr. Roberts paper MS or Aspartame Disease? on
how it mimics MS.  It can precipitate it as well.  Notice he says
that a diagnosis should not be made until the patient is off
aspartame for several months even if there are small lesions.  Also
included in this report is neurosurgeon Russell Blaylock, M.D. on the
connection of aspartame and MS and his treatment.   You will also
note that Dr. Roberts says that if its from aspartame using toxic
drugs will only make it worse.  Aspartame is so toxic – its an
addictive excitoneurotoxic carcinogenic drug that interacts with
virtually all drugs and vaccines.  Also is
the case of Kim Evans that proved to her neurologist that aspartame
was the problem.  You’ll see Dr. Roberts medical text that discusses
MS, even on the front page, mentioned and Dr. Blaylock’s book.  All
of the aspartame experts write on MS.

If someone has MS and starts using aspartame naturally it will make
the disease progress.  One lady who was on our list many years ago
had MS before she started using aspartame and as soon as she got off
of it said, “for the first time in years I can feel my limbs”.

Here also are Dr. Monte’s articles on
MS:  and

Be sure to see the aspartame documentary, Sweet Misery: A Poisoned
World,   This was made by co-owner of Sound and
Fury Cori Brackett who drank lots of Diet Coke for 20 years and was
in a wheelchair and barely able to talk.  She was diagnosed with MS
with a huge lesion.  Eight months after getting off aspartame her
huge lesion all but disappeared.  We’ve seen that happen with other
MS victims as well.

Here is Dr. Blaylock’s standard detox
program:   Has some excellent advice.

As to diabetes, aspartame not only can precipitate it but it
simulates and aggravates diabetic retinopathy and neuropathy,
destroys the optic nerve, causes diabetics to go into convulsions and
even interacts with insulin.  The free methyl alcohol is causing
diabetics to lose their limbs.

There is a safe sweetener called Just Like Sugar which you can get
from places like Whole Foods or Wild Oats or on line at  The chicory in it has been used for 70
years to improve the health of diabetics.  It also has orange peel,
calcium and Vitamin C from organic oranges.  Some people getting off
aspartame found out they weren’t even diabetic, it was aspartame
keeping their blood sugar out of control.

Sorry I’m a little late in answering as I’ve gotten behind.  We’re
trying to get aspartame out of Hawaii and it has taken some time.

The medical text on aspartame disease is over 1000 pages of
horrors.  Your doctor needs to see it as well.  There is a chapter on
MS or Aspartame Disease?

The first thing I would do is to subscribe to the Aspartame
Information List on and let us help you from there.
Just scroll down to banners on the first page and join.  We can
follow you and once you are off aspartame you should improve.

All my best,
Betty,  and
Aspartame Toxicity Center,

  Ruth Covington wrote:
>I was in the hospital for 13 days following a “flare-up” of my
>”inconclusive” MS.  Seven years ago I was tested but the spinal
>fluid was inconclusive.  I had lesions on my brain then and more
>were found this time.  The spinal fluid was as “conclusive as it
>could be”.  I now have a concrete diagnosis of MS.
>I’ve used aspartame for over 10 years, and more heavily in the past
>year since being diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes.  I’ve seen many
>articles on the possible link between aspartame and MS but always
>reached a dead end in trying to contact anyone associated with those
>articles.  Mostly like other dead end “scary” things on the internet.
>I’m hoping that your email address is a valid one and that you are a
>real person who can maybe help me.  If aspartame is so dangerous,
>why can’t we get it off the market and the producers of the poison
>be made to pay damages to those who are affected by its use.
>I will not say that I didn’t have MS before I started using
>aspartame, just that I didn’t know anything until 7 years
>ago.  After reading up on MS, I know I’ve displayed symptoms for
>years before without realizing it was related to a disease.  My
>cousin had a cousin that died a horrible death from MS and the
>possible diagnosis for me sent him into a tailspin 7 years
>ago.  After my relapse then disappeared, I pretty much figured that
>I was ok and no one ever asked me about my aspartame usage.  Still
>haven’t.  My relapse this year was a horrible bout of trigemenal
>neuralgia.  I never experienced such pain, never want to again.
>I would type more, but I want to wait until I know you are a real
>person and this is a valid email address.
>Thank you for your time.
>Ruth Covington


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