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Diet Coke Passes Pepsi To
Become No. 2 Soda In America
From Dr. Betty Martini,D.Hum
Dear Rachelle:
Cynthia Crossen wrote a book called "The Tainted Truth: The Manipulation of Fact in America. She even tells how polls are altered. She also says; "The road to hell was paved with the flood of corporate research dollars which in 1991 had burgeoned to over $2.1 billion. Researchers are working for people who don't like negative findings and who aren't likely to fund further research by those who produce them. .." "In today's corporate-dominated information market truth has become to belong to those who commission it."
With so much fraud in science today the only way to get the truth is from independent researchers who aren't paid by industry to defend their products. In fact, ILSI or Life Sciences is a front research group funded by such people as Coke, Pepsi, NutraSweet, etc. You have to be willing to say their product is safe or you are denied research funds. Here's an example with Dr. Richard Wurtman in the 8 month investigation of NutraSweet by United Press International.
http://www.mpwhi.com/upi_1987_aspartame_report.pdf Note that
Dr. Richard Wurtman admits he was threatened by Searle if he did studies on aspartame and seizures his research funds would be denied. Gordon also says that Searle didn't even deny threatening him. Indeed, Dr. Wurtman's research funds were denied.
Today, MIT gets research funds but Dr. Wurtman no longer speaks out on aspartame. However, he left quite a paper trail including a book he edited called: "Dietary Phenylalanine and Brain Function".
Phenylalanine in aspartame as an isolate and at 50% of the molecule is neurotoxic, floods the brain lowering the seizure threshold and depleting serotonin. Lowered serotonin triggers psychiatric and behavioral problems. Aspartame interacts with all antidepressants.
Did Diet Coke pass Pepsi to become No. 2 soda in US? I personally don't believe it. No amount of manipulation could convince me that Diet Coke whose sales have tumbled in past years suddenly
becomes #2 soda in US. However, on the other hand, I do admit that because aspartame is so addicting it's difficult to get consumers off of it. One Marriott waitress said, "If you have three diet soda drinkers on the left and three Coke Classic drinkers on the right, the diet Coke drinkers will consume three to every one the Coke drinkers consume. Diet Coke is their cash cow! The free methyl alcohol in aspartame is classified as a narcotic. It causes chronic methanol poisoning. This affects the dopamine system of the brain and causes the addiction. Some consumers say it's easier to get off cocaine than it is to get off aspartame. So the only real
competition would be a company selling cocaine or heroin.
So, even though there is a 1000 page medical text on the subject, Aspartame Disease: An Ignored Epidemic, www.sunsentpress.com by H. J. Roberts, M.D. and the Internet has millions of web sites and articles by physicians warning people off this chemical poison, the consumers are addicts,and getting them off cold turkey is very hard to do. We have an Aspartame Information list on www.mpwhi.com
where we help victims. Essence in Asheville, N.C. also takes consumers suffering from aspartame addiction. Here is Dr. H. J. Roberts article on the subject: http://www.dorway.com/tldaddic.html This chemical poison was approved by politics because it couldn't be proven safe by science. Even the FDA tried to have the company indicted for fraud because they were caught doing such things as filtering out what they didn't want FDA to see, and excising brain tumors from rats, putting them back in the study and resurrecting them when they died.
All components of aspartame are a poison. You have aspartic acid, 40%, which is an excitotoxin: "Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills" by neurosurgeon Russell Blaylock, M.D., - product that stimulates the neurons of the brain to death causing brain damage. Then there is a methyl ester which immediately becomes free methyl alcohol, and converts to formaldehyde and formic acid ,causing metabolic acidosis. The phenylalanine at 50% as mentioned above is a neurotoxin that depletes serotonin causing psychiatric and behavioral problems. Because it causes damage to the mitochondria or powerhouse of the cell it interacts with all antidepressants.
The whole molecule breaks down to DKP, a brain tumor agent.
Aspartame is genetically engineered with E. Coli bacteria. It goes from the toilet to the sanitation department where this E coli bacteria is bought according to Dr. Bill Deagle.
I guess Coke needed some good publicity since a new study linked diet drinks with heart attacks and stokes. I especially liked Melanie Warner's article, "Have A coke and a Stroke!" This was the third time a study has linked diet drinks with cardiac problems.
How does it happen? Aspartame triggers an irregular heart rhythm and interacts with all cardiac medication. It damages the cardiac conduction system and causes sudden death. Read some of the articles about this from the experts: http://www.mpwhi.com/aspartame_and_sudden_death.htm
Coke not only has to overcome the bad publicity that their product causes consumers to have a heart attack or a stroke or even drop dead, but right at the time that Coke is engaged in their new advertisements. Have you seen the red heart on packs of Diet Coke
encouraging Diet Coke for heart health! There is a whole chapter in Aspartame Disease: An Ignored Epidemic of the heart problems triggered by aspartame! There is a law against stumbling the public with lies. It's Title 18, section 1001, the same law that the FDA used in 1977 when they tried to have the manufacturer of aspartame, G. D. Searle, indicted for fraud. So while Coke is promoting Diet Coke for healthy hearts, consumers can die from aspartame's effect on the heart.
Aspartame is exposed in the movie, Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World, cori@soundandfury.tv
All my best,
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
Diet Coke Passes Pepsi As Number Two In America
By Jeremiah McWilliams
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
As the soft drinks industry tries to recover from a long slide, Coca-Cola Co. has new bragging rights in its rivalry with PepsiCo.
Coca-ColaAtlanta-based Coca-Cola Co.now has the top two soft drinks in the country.
Diet Coke passed Pepsi-Cola in sales last year to become the second-largest soft drink in America, trade journal Beverage Digest says. That gives Coca-Cola the top two soft drinks for the first time since Beverage Digest has compiled market share data.
Sales of Coca-Cola and Diet Coke dipped by half a percentage point and one point, respectively, in 2010. But sales of Pepsi-Cola fell 4.8 percent.
Beyond the sales decline, Credit Suisse analyst Carlos Laboy said he worries about the "morale implications for PepsiCo's beverage people" of seeing the company's core soft drink drop to No. 3.
Sarah Walraven, who lives in Paulding County, drinks Diet Coke instead of coffee in the morning. She picked up the habit in college. The diet version was an acquired taste at first.
"Now, I can't stand the taste of regular (Coke)," said Walraven, 24. "There's no turning back."
Soft drink companies need more devoted fans like Walraven. Sales shrank for the sixth straight year, although the decline was less dramatic than in 2009, according to Beverage Digest. Texas-based Dr Pepper Snapple Group and Coca-Cola both took market share from PepsiCo.
The Coca-Cola brand accounted for 17 percent of the nation's soft-drink sales last year, followed by Diet Coke's 9.9 percent and Pepsi-Cola's 9.5 percent. Rounding out the top five: Mountain Dew at 6.8 percent and Dr Pepper at 6.3 percent.
With the volume declines of the last six years, the category is roughly the size it was in 1996, according to Beverage Digest.
PepsiCo still has large beverage brands, despite the shrinkage of Pepsi-Cola. Mountain Dew is the No. 4 soft drink brand, and Diet Mountain Dew, the eighth-largest, was the top performer among big soft drink brands last year. It had sales growth of 5.8 percent.
Diet beverages -- including the fast-growing Diet Mountain Dew, Diet Dr Pepper and Coke Zero -- now represent 30 percent of the soft drink business, according to Beverage Digest.
The top 10 soft drink/sodas in America are: Coke, Diet Coke, Pepsi-Cola, Mountain Dew, Dr Pepper, Sprite, Diet Pepsi, Diet Mountain Dew, Diet Dr Pepper and Fanta.
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