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Patent confirms that aspartame is the excrement of GM bacteria


Saturday, August 24, 2013

by Michael Ravensthorpe

(NaturalNews) In 1999, The Independent published an article entitled "World's top sweetener is made with GM bacteria," which revealed that Monsanto was knowingly adding aspartame to soft drinks in the United States - and that aspartame is made from GM bacteria. This report, which remains one of the earliest disclosures on aspartame in a mainstream newspaper, received little attention after its publication - possibly because its implications were underestimated at the time - and it has long been forgotten.

Since 1999, the world has become a little more attentive to Monsanto and aspartame, but ignorance still abounds about the latter's genesis. While more and more people are starting to awaken to aspartame's destructive effects on our health, do they know how it is actually made? Fortunately, a 1981 patent for aspartame production, once confined to the drawers of patent offices, is now available online for everyone to see - and it confirms everything that Monsanto was happy to tell us in 1999 before their meteoric growth necessitated greater prudence.

The production process
The patent, which is entitled Process for producing aspartame and is credited to Bahl, Rose, and White, summarizes the process as follows:

"The artificial sweetener aspartame, a dipeptide with the formula Asp-Phe-me, is produced using a cloned micrcorganism [sic]. A DNA which codes for a large stable peptide comprised of the repeating amino acid sequence (Asp-Phe)n is inserted into a cloning vehicle which in turn is introduced into a suitable host microorganism. The host microorganism is cultured and the large peptide containing the repeating Asp-Phe sequence is harvested therefrom. The free carboxyl group of the large peptide is benzylated and then hydrolysed to benzyl Asp-Phe dipeptides. This dipeptide is methylated and then debenzylated to form aspartame."

This scientific jargon obfuscates (perhaps deliberately) a truly disturbing process:

1.) 'Cloned microorganisms' (which the patent later reveals to be genetically modified E. coli) are cultivated in tanks whose environments are tailored to help them thrive.

2.) The well-fed E. coli cultures defecate the proteins that contain the aspartic acid-phenylalanine amino acid segment needed to make aspartame.

3.) The proteins containing the Asp-Phe segments are 'harvested' (i.e. lab assistants collect the bacteria's feces).

4.) The feces are then treated. This includes a process of methylation (adding an excess of the toxic alcohol, methanol, to the protected dipeptide).

While common sense dictates that this abomination doesn't belong anywhere near our bodies, the patent's authors made no secret about their belief that aspartame constitutes a safe and nutritious sweetener:

"Aspartame is not only sweeter than sucrose, but is preferable as a food to sucrose. While sucrose can provide the body with little more than energy, aspartame is composed of amino acids, the building blocks of body proteins, and like other proteins is broken down by the digestive enzymes in the stomach to its constituent amino acids thus providing nutritive value. [...] For these reasons, aspartame holds significant promise in replacing sugar as a sweetener."

So there we have it: An official document that not only reveals the shocking truth behind aspartame production, but also freely admits that it was intended for mass consumption as a sucrose substitute. Therefore, the next time someone claims that your reservations about this sweetener are unfounded, direct them to this patent - the truth behind aspartame is now in plain view.



So that means that every one that eats aspartame is eating crap!! Glad that I stopped eating that a long time ago. Gave me headaches and also made me hungry all the time.
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  Member Comments About This Blog Post:

IGNITEME101 1/28/2014 1:15PM

    yuk~ Are you aware that Nutri-System helped sponsor or create this chemical? I worked for them in the 1971 (?) at one of their 1st clinic openings in VA.

unsure now of all (if any) ties with the chemical.

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WOLFMOM64 9/15/2013 8:25PM

    Stick to the natural when ever possible. It always seems to be the best choice, and worth any extra effort.

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SUNSHINE084 9/14/2013 12:52AM

    Thanks for sharing. I wouldn't eat anything with aspartame in when I was prego.

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ROSIEJ1942 9/6/2013 10:30PM

    emoticon for sharing, great article

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RORYLYONS 9/1/2013 10:42PM

    Nothing good thats for sure...Thanks for the information. emoticon

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MAYBER 8/27/2013 12:04AM

    Putting artificial anything into our body is not natural
One day at a time

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REXTINE1 8/25/2013 6:48PM

    A large number, if not most, medicines are created through the use of bacteria. You could call the output urine, and make the same arguments for alcohol and bread - after all it's yeast waste that makes bread rise and turns sugar to alcohol. The FDA has approved this for sale. There are similar arguments against sucralose(splenda).

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LOVETOLAUGH56 8/25/2013 12:47PM

    I don't like any kind of sweetners, but after reading that article from your link I got more curious and found this article. Might help to have another to look at too.
http://www.aspartame.net/ru
mors/aspartame_safe_sweetener.asp

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EOSTAR_45 8/25/2013 8:02AM

    Oh wow, that is mind-boggling. I never liked the funny taste it had and prefer actual sugar for my coffee or tea but they out aspartame into so many things, it is ridiculous! They have never been up to no good, Never,

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NADINEL 8/24/2013 8:43PM

    Wow! That is weird news! I gave up aspartame years ago also. Gotta give this to my sister.
Hope you all are doing well!

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