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Video Transcript: Is Aspartame Dangerous? with Dr. Daniel Nuzum
Ty Bollinger: What if your soda was giving you cancer? Have you ever heard of aspartame? I wanted to get the opinion of Dr. Daniel Nuzum. And while I was in California, I was able to sit down with him and get his opinion about aspartame that’s in most diet sodas and its effect on our health.
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: Google “aspartame” and look up all the different names for aspartame. It comes under quite a few different names, and not just an artificial sweetener. It has other chemical names.
And in the labeling process, they’ll label it under different things. So it doesn’t always say aspartame.
Ty Bollinger: But is it toxic to us?
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: It is very toxic. I always joke with my students that it’s a preservative, because it breaks down into formaldehyde. That’s what they preserve dead bodies with. It’s not an anti-oxidant though.
Ty Bollinger: What is the chemical make-up of aspartame? So you said it breaks down into formaldehyde.
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: As aspartame is metabolized, it ends up as formaldehyde, and formaldehyde is a toxic chemical itself. It’s cancer-causing. It’s a corrosive chemical.
Ty Bollinger: It’s embalming fluid, right?
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: Exactly. That’s what’s in embalming fluid. That’s what they use to preserve dead bodies. It’s the embalming fluid. Formaldehyde is #1 a neurotoxin. And it was originally designed as a neurotoxin in biological warfare weapons.
It was a nerve gas component. So when we eat this, we ingest aspartame, it converts into formaldehyde, and then starts to eat or corrode our nervous system. It’s toxic to our nervous system.
Ty Bollinger: Wow! So we’re eating something that is potentially…
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: Biological warfare…
Ty Bollinger: biological warfare.
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: Agent. Exactly. Now, the symptoms of neurotoxicity due to aspartame are identical to the symptoms of MS, multiple sclerosis, identical. It can give you the exact same symptomology. And I’ve had, I can’t tell you how many patients that we’ve pulled off of aspartame, off of all artificial sweeteners of any kind, and their diagnosis for MS had just disappeared.
Ty Bollinger: Well, I’ve read in the literature about the initial days of aspartame in the last ‘60s, early ‘70s with GT Searle. And apparently they found it was eating holes in the brains of the monkeys.
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: Exactly. It’s a neurotoxin, and it’s corrosive. It does. In essence what salt does to a car body; it eats holes in it.
Ty Bollinger: We saw that. We were up in Detroit recently interviewing Dr. David Brownstein. We drove up next to a car, and one of our camera guys, Travis, was it you or Allen? I think it was Allen. Allen said, “look at that car.” And the whole, it was all just rotted out. Because they salt the roads up here.
So aspartame does the same thing.
Dr. Daniel Nuzum: Does the exact same thing. Does what salt would do to the body of a car, only it does it to your brain and your spinal cord.
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Barry Tull says
Thanks for all your lovely knowledge on the subject of health related issues. I read your column every day. Barry Tull
JMS phillips says
What is the best diet to fight stomach cancer?
What a fantastic article. So how can we avoid aspartame – what exactly do we look for so we can avoid it?
Jacqui north says
Thank you for your sharing your wisdom 🙂
I couldn’t agree more. I have never been a regular soda pop drinker (the regular and diet forms). I like to chew gum but unfortunately aspartame is in a lot of those products as well. I wish it could be banned along with the other artificial sweeteners such as Splenda (sucralose) which is an endocrine disruptor. I’ve heard from those who are diet pop drinkers that it is very hard to get off the stuff. So kudos to those who have done it! As they say it is better to never get started on the stuff, but it was erroneously billed as being healthier for you. NOT! Don’t trust the advertisers!
There is gum without aspartame, “Pur” get it in health food stores. Yes, I had withdrawal symptoms, nasty for 3-4 days then not so bad for a week or so when I stopped all diet pop and gum. Really glad to be “off” that poison.
Good for you! There is Spry gum as well that I’ve tried which comes in several different flavors that I like but it’s not convenient to buy so most of the time I do without gum and if I buy some I check to see if it has sugar but no aspartame or other artificial sweeteners in its ingredients.
Barry Tull says
Thanks for all your lovely knowledge on health issues.
Charlene malone Heggie says
Thankyou for your emails, I find them most interesting, and this latest one has made my mind up to stop drinking diet juices, I suffer from fibromialgia, and I’m pretty sure these drinks make my pain a lot worse, so I’m quite excited to give them up, I’ll be encouraging my family to do the same.
Did you know that Lamotrigin and Lamictal contains Aspartam?
John Kitson says
I discovered this for myself many years ago when for a couple of days running I had blurred vision. I thought about what I had ingested over the previous days and yes, it was a drink with aspartame in it.
Ruth Haskins says
I just want to say thank you to all of you at TTAC. I have not developed this disease and hope not to do so. However, that this has not visited me as yet, is greatly due to the excellent and incredible information that has flowed from TTAC from its beginnings. I am so grateful for the information that is touching, restoring and bringing hope to so many people. I believe Jehovah and his beloved son Christ Jesus are supporting your efforts. We are Jehovah’s creation and he and Jesus treasure the life we are given. Your efforts show that you treasure life, too.
Probably over 20 years ago or more, I heard even the FDA had over 10,000 reports of people whose health had been harmed or adversely impacted by aspartame. After all these years, no telling how many have been hurt.
Since our great nation has gotten away from our Christian foundations and the love of God and our neighbor has been replaced by a love of money as the dominant motive of those who run business snd governrment., it is harder to make such dangerous, toxic substances as aspartame and Splenda illegal. Which brings up a question I have for those who want to respond.
Stevia is one of several excellent sugar substitutes. But many have complained that they didn’t like the taste of Stevia. That baffled me as the Stevia brand I use tastes very good. Then I realized the big popular brands offered to people are often mixed or adulterated wifh all sorts of other things and are not the pure, healthy stevia. That many of these seem to be made by big corporations more perhaps interested in exploiting the popularity for profits than helping peoples’ health. Nothing wrong with honest profits. But can’t help but wonder if these corrupted products produced by these big corporations are the reason so many people seem turned off to stevia? Any thoughts?
Why is this toxic poison allowed to be sold to unaware consumers under the guise of “diet soda”?
Steve Comer says
Hola Ty,, sounds like ca ca kola? ,, and with ref to my car ? it will remove rust from the chrome , and dissolve biological teeth down to bone in about three days ,, on the article , maybe best to aim a bit higher, , like your project , behind you all the way , lets make sure it survives ! happy new year BTW , Steve
Ty, I thank God for you and Charlene, and everybody else that is involved with TTAC. Our eyes, ears and hearts have been widely opened from all of the knowledge that is being offered to us. I’ve been a huge label reader for years and if I see anything that throws up a red flag, I put it right back on the shelf. These so called ingredients are making people deathly sick and sadly, people become so addicted to them. Kudos to everyone involved, all around the world, please keep up the great work!
LAURA URZUA says
I used to drink a ton of diet soda…embarrassing how much!!!!!! However, I have not had any in about 5 years and I am not aware of any symptoms or damage to my body…….does it ever leave your body if you stop drinking it???? no I’m all nervous after reading this!
Allison Bell says
Wasn’t Michael J Fox the public representative for diet Pepsi? Could this be the cause of his Parkinson’s ? I heard that it is kept very quiet that he had to drink gallons of Pepsi. And I’m in South Africa.
I am an addict 🙁 Is drinking Splenda as bad? Or Zevia?
Dana V. says
Melanie, Soda is not your friend (as well as most of the main food source today). Not only does the high sugar content in sodas keep peeps CRAVING more, it’s also a mindset you’ve given yourself permission to have. IF you THINK you’re addicted, you will continue to stay “addicted”. Imagine that the label of any “soda” you purchase says, “Cancer Causing Chemicals” or “Liquid Illness” or “Toxic Tonic for Body” as THIS is exactly what you are ingesting (marketing is simply meant to FOOL people so the labels aren’t truly reflecting what they are). It is NOT real food/drink. Try replacing the “soda” with a real juice (invest in a juicer and make fresh kick a** nutrient dense juices and before you know it, your body will no longer crave the toxic crap you’ve been feeding it). Don’t know where to begin? Kris Carr’s Crazy Sexy Juice is awesome (check it out on Amazon). As for Splenda you don’t have to go far to find just how bad it is. Here is a start: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/12/18/sucralose-side-effects.aspx Simply rememeber this as a rule of thumb to help guide you to make healther, wiser, choices. Food for medicine. “Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food” ~ (Hippocrates 460 – 370 BC) Simple. Hope this helps. 🙂
Brenda McNicol says
Melanie, Zevia contains stevia and erythritol as the sweetener source, both are natural none chemical sweeteners so this is a better chooice for a “diet” soda. I do not recommend drinking a steady diet of sodas of any kind and prefer to drink water, teas and coffee (which I do sweeten with stevia liquid drops). Even fruit juice can be over consumed if you are trying to reduce body fat as it contains a lot of natural sugar in the form of fructose. If you don’t like plain water try infusing it with lemon slices or chopped berries.
People with healthy liver and detox usually don’t experience bad side effects with moderate use. Fungal infections also produce aldehyde which is also corrosive and cancer causing. Extra Zinc, Molybdenum, and Niacin are needed to detox the alcohols. A good Milk thistle herbal combination is essential for a healthy liver.
My nephew was diagnosed with acute lymphoma in June 2016. An overweight adult child of autism and addiction and heavy drinker of diet sodas, went into ICU on life support fallowing first dose of chemo. I managed to bring him back after a little over a weak in coma, whereupon he showed major signs of recovery but dr said he would not live but a few days or maybe not to the next morning unless he had another chemo, which put him in twice as bad condition as before in ICU and major life support. My healing remedies helped a little but the damage was too great and he died one wk later in Aug 2016. The level of suffering of that last wk was unbearable. Explaining to an oncologist that he was a heavy diet soda drinker was not possible. Explaining to an oncologist that the patient was suffering aspartame toxicity would get one recommended for mental health counseling as aspertame is fda safe & approved.
In short, aspertame plus any compromise in the body is dangerous, and plus chemotherapy is deadly.
My understanding of Stevia is that it’s naturally processed from the plant and not chemically altered, so not addicting.
As for gum, there’s a great natural alternative called Spry gum, made with xylitol, a natural sweetener from birch or other hardwoods, also from corn (look for non-GMO). I buy it from a local heathfood store that carries it in spearmint, fruit flavor and cinnamon—tastes great! Just check at any healthfood store such as Wholefoods or locally-owned (probably not GNC), and they should carry different brands of healthy gum.
You can also buy xylitol sweetener instead of sugar. Definitely more expensive, but I’ve read that it’s not processed through the pancreas so better for diabetics. And I think the taste is very good—sweet, but lighter and fresher tasting than sugar.
Another downside to regular gum is that I’ve heard it actually contains a form of plastic, to make it pliable. No thanks!
Could your please tell us what other names aspertame is listed under?
Is this also prevalent in non- cola and is it in all soda drinks
Julia Robertson says
Try a keto diet should really help without drugs
Pamela Joy Fuge says
Google Aspartame and find out all the other names it gives under and then check every label of every food you are considering purchasing.
Richard Snook says
I notice that no one has replied to the question about Splenda – it’s my understanding that Splenda is in the SAME family of toxins as Aspertame, which also includes MSG (aka, Accent food enhancer). NONE of these “flavor enhancers” are safe; they are ALL neurotoxins – no matter what name they are marketed under! To be on the safe side, I avoid anything described as “diet”, and never choose those pink, blue or yellow packets where you buy food or drinks. I’m now in my 70’s, and am healthier than I have ever been!
Sucralose (which is in Splenda) and aspartame are completely chemically different. Without getting into the chemical components themselves, sucralose was originally developed to be an insecticide, and aspartame was originally developed to be a drug for peptic ulcers.
(Employed by Wisdom Natural Brands, SweetLeaf Stevia)
Appreciate your efforts but that was a pitiful interview. I was expecting much more.
TTAC Customer Support says
Thanks for the feedback!
Very interesting . Thanks
Jennifer hart says
Well I did share this article with my family… with my niece who had a late stage breast cancer many years ago. She did the normal 3 of cut, burn & poison & she’s still alive AND drinking soda. She sent me back a link on the American Cancer Society site that says nothing has been proven that aspartame causes ANY diseases and that it is approved by the FDA and suggested I should check out my sources before I forward things to other people. I guess we both have the people/organizations that we trust and never the twain shall meet.
Thank you for sharing all the wonderful knowledge and interviews that you do. I’m alive today because of your webinars!
Oyefunke Araba says
Ty you and your team are God sent to rescue those that will hear and change their lifestyle. You are good people. You say it as it is and also as proven. Government and the UN cannot rescue us. Thanks for bringing these knowledge to the public domain.
Patricia Glover,MD says
They didn’t mention seizures. When one of my patients or friends develop new onset seizures, one of the first questions I ask them is possible ingestion of Aspartame. I see vision is mentioned in comments above. Aspartame not only breaks down into formaldehyde, another breakdown product is methanol–methanol, or “wood alcohol”–which was the likely cause of blindness in people who ate Sterno to get alcohol during the Depression. Sterno is methanol.
Junk soda, junk cola, junk pepsi, junk any can with junk sugar is to be avoided like the plague. Surely this has been common knowledge for decades now? We have been talking about this in the last century in Europe, has the USA only just woken up?
Marketers are geniuses in a way in that they are able to sway the masses to promote the food and drink products that contain so many of these harmful ingredients. I feel much of the packaged food on our grocery shelves has been engineered for our tongues. For most, if it tastes appealing, it will sell often to the detriment of food quality. I strongly believe so many of today’s ailments are caused by the over-processing of food and drink and the excess amounts of sweeteners so many products contain. In the long run, we are all better off sticking to natural and organic food and beverages with no additives. A loaf of bread was never meant to sit on the shelf with no spoilage for weeks on end…
Yes there is. Spry gum does not have aspartame but it’s not readily available in stores that typically sell gum. I have to go to Nutri-Smart, a healthfood store, to get it and it is more expensive so as a consequence I don’t eat as much gum as I used to. So be it.
Dennis Basse says
Let’s not forget that soda and sports drinks are not only acidic (pro-inflammatory)
but actually oxidizing (causing systemic & cellular damage). Yes, on a cellular level, we rust and then our immune system, liver, etc. have to repair the damage. Add to that the neurotoxic effects of these artificial sweeteners and you have a bomb waiting to go off by exploiting your individual genetic weakness. And you thought cigarettes were bad. Wake up America and take back your healthcare by making wise decisions based on what we already know. God knows
ehat we will still discover so act now.
Hello Ty, Have you ever heard of Advocare? This company is huge and claims that the artificial sweeteners used in their products are not harmful. They have a product called “Spark” that is labelled a neurovitamin and amino acid grouping that enhances focus and clarity. This product, as well as many of their meal replacement shakes and bars, all contain artificial sweeteners. I have brought the question up with them and the answer I consistently receive is that they are not harmful to health. I find their multivitamins to be fantastic, and although prior to starting on their multivitamins avoided all artificial sweetners like the plague, I have begun using the Spark product daily. I don’t want to be harming myself while attempting to do my body good. Could you respond to this?
TTAC Customer Support says
We currently do not have information about this product to provide you with.
Margaret Caffrey says
My eldest sister was prescribed both statins and a chewable calcium tablet, the latter contained three artificial sweeteners, one being Aspartame. I tried to persuade her to discontinue both. In 2009 I listed for her all of the then known side effects of both, but she argued that she was only on a low dose of statins and thought that, like many, her doctor would not prescribe anything dangerous. In 2011 I warned her that I had read that Aspartame was being linked to brain tumours and pleaded with her to go to the Health Shop and buy a good calcium supplement. (I had had a diagnosis for osteoporosis and reversed it in less than a year, which I had been told could not be done; that I could only possibly stop it from getting worse). My sister told me that she was getting them free on the British NHS. In 2014 she died of a brain tumour – free on the NHS. I have considered that as statins shut down the brain’s separate supply of cholesterol altogether, both medications, prescribed like Smarties on this side of the Atlantic, that the two might work in synergy to produce tumours.. The proof of the pudding?….. M.