Why cant you drink diet drinks on homeopathic hcg Diet?
Drinking diet drinks while on the HCG Diet will throw your metabolism
off. It takes 21 days to reset your hypothalamus. Artificial sweeteners
will Prevent this from happening. Aspartame changes the ratio of amino
acids in the blood, blocking or lowering the levels of serotonin, tyrosine,
dopamine, norepinephrine, and adrenaline. Therefore, it is typical that
aspartame symptoms cannot be detected in lab tests and on x-rays. Textbook
disorders and diseases may actually be a toxic load as a result of aspartame poisoning.
COMMENTS BY DR. BETTY MARTINI
In regards to obesity and aspartame, the Trocho Study in
Barcelona in l998 showed that the formaldehyde converted from the free
methyl alcohol accumulates in the cells and damages DNA with most
toxicity in the liver but substantial toxicity in the adipose tissue
or fat cells. Further a recent epidemiological study by Sharon Fowler
at the University of Texas in 2005 linked diet drinks with obesity.
In the Congressional Record, Senate, S – 5511, May 7, l985, and part
of the protest of the National Soft Drink Assn, now American Beverage,
is this Statement:
"Aspartame has been demonstrated to inhibit the carbohydrate-induced
synthesis of the neurotransmitter serotonin (Wurtman affidavit).
Serotonin blunts the sensation of craving carbohydrates and this is
part of the body’s feedback system that helps limit consumption of
carbohydrate to appropriate levels. Its inhibition by aspartame could
lead to the anomalous result of a diet product causing increased
consumption of carbohydrates."
So as far as product liability is concerned you have companies
marketing an addictive excitoneurotoxic carcinogenic drug to the
population as a sugarfree diet product knowing full well this is
causing obesity. They also know that aspartame is addictive and that
the methanol component is classified as a narcotic. Aspartame
liberates free methyl alcohol causing chronic methanol poisoning. This
affects the dopamine system of the brain causing the addiction.
Dr. Betty Martini
Founder, Mission Possible International