Please be sure to see the article at .mpwhi.com/aspartame_and_suicide_2.pdf which is an entire brilliant chapter from "Aspartame Disease: An Ignored Epidemic" by the late world expert on aspartame, H. J. Roberts, M.D. having to do with how and why aspartame causes depression and suicide.
[After my signature below, the entire chapter by Dr. Roberts is included for your study and reference.
Over the decades since aspartame's approval was rammed through the FDA by none other than Donald Rumsfeld, when he was CEO of G.D. Searle, the aspartame patent holding corporation, mental health problems have sky rocketed.
This is because the chemical poison, aspartame, is a psycho drug causing everything from bipolar, paranoia, and suicidal tendencies to panic attacks, hallucinations and schizophrenia. It interacts severely with all antidepressants, according to Internist, Dr. Roberts.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution in my city began publishing on the skyrocketing trend of suicide, especially in youth, but never mentioning aspartame.
One appeared on November 17, 2017 by Rhonda Cook "Youth Suicides Continue to rise sharply in Georgia, click here
Then came "Concerns, but no Consequences, after suicide in mental health system" by Alan Judd: click here
Recently on July 18, 2018 the AJC published: "With Youth Suicide On The Rise, Outreach targets Parents" by Asia Simone Burns - ALYSSA.POINTER@AJC.COM
This article explains why this is important: We've had children 6 years old commit suicide, GBI Director Vernon Keenan said in the PSA unveiled recently. They're in the GBI morgue to be autopsied. What a tragedy. A grade school child commits suicide? "Suicide is now the second leading cause of death in the nation for people between the ages of 15 and 19, , according to the CDC. Since the beginning of 2018, 23 youths under the age of 17 have taken their lives in the state."
When six year olds commit suicide, you can surmise that it has to be in their diet or drugs as aspartame is.
ASPARTAME: SUICIDE AND DEPRESSION: READ THE FACTS FROM THE MEDICAL TEXT!
Finally an article was published mentioning aspartame called: Violent Behavior: In Plain Sight.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution in my city began publishing on the skyrocketing trend of suicide, especially in youth, but never mentioning aspartame. One appeared on November 17, 2017 by Rhonda Cook "Youth Suicides Continue to rise sharply in Georgia:
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