Lupus - Good And Bad News
By Dr. Betty Martini
If the patient is on aspartame get off of it. Aspartame Disease mimics and can precipitate lupus. In cases where it just mimics it, it usually is gone on abstinence and detoxification. In the cases where it actually precipitated it, but the victim was warned in time and abstained, at least in the ones I know of, they became asymptomatic.
Here is how it happens as explained by Dr. James Bowen: "The ability of methyl alcohol/formaldehyde to create antigenicity, especially as combined in APM molecules is so great as to cause severe autoimmune reactions to the tissues deformed by formaldehyde polymerization, adduct formation. The immune system turns against the victim's tissues: Lupus".
Personally, I would worry about dangerous drugs. One doctor told me he wouldn't even prescribe a new drug until it was on the market for a year, and not for his family until it was on the market 5 years. I have a feeling this one was made because so many people have lupus from aspartame. I've heard of too many victims of aspartame lupus who weren't warned because they did not have the above information and lost their lives. So the reason for this note is to warn all lupus victims if they are on aspartame get off of it.
Remember aspartame is an adjuvant, an immune stimulator, and adjuvants all cause the same things, autism, MS, lupus, ALS, Parkinson's and other neurological problems. Aspartame (NutraSweet, AminoSweet, Canderel, E951, Benevia, Equal, etc.) is not an additive but an addictive, excitoneurotoxic, carcinogenic, genetically engineered drug and adjuvant that damages the mitochondria and interacts with drugs and vaccines.
So, if someone reading this is on aspartame and has lupus, the first thing they should do is get off the aspartame and see if their symptoms disappear.