Aspartame found in anti-seizure medications

Aspartame found in anti-seizure medications

Indy Media
July 14, 2008

The Pacific Epilepsy Society in affiliation with the Epileptic Foundation of Maui has completed a seven year study on Epilepsy and Seizures, finding that epilepsy is at an all time high in Hawaii and the western states and Pacific Ocean Territories. There has been a100% increase over the two previous years. See EFM Survey, Freedom of Info Act 2000-2008 & EFM Survey 1999-03

The most profound reason for the spectacular increase in seizures is the inclusion of the drug ASPARTAME in with the new larger sized anti-seizure drugs: DILANTIN, DEPACOAT, TEGRATOL and several others produced by major pharmaceutical corporations. In 2007 the manufacture of Dilantin changed the description of the 100 mg. Dilantin, changed the 100 mg white capsule with red stripe to a much larger white capsule, orange on one end, which contains 100 mg of the drug, plus aspartame. 150 people who took the new Dilantin capsule found the seizure rate increased in every case. The Chemical Pharmaceutical Engineer employee, in fear of his job would not reveal his name, but said they were adding aspartame. He said the new larger orange & white Dilantin is also labeled 100 mg.

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Bill to Ban Aspartame in Hawaii
January 31, 2008, 3:44 am
Filed under: aspartame, Eugenics, fda, Hawaii, health and environment

Bill to Ban Aspartame in Hawaii

January 28, 2008

Many popular foods and drinks would be pulled from store shelves under a bill in the state Legislature to ban the sweetener aspartame.

While the Food and Drug Administration and many doctors say it’s safe, a growing contingent of consumers thinks the additive is dangerous if not deadly. One lawmaker is bringing the debate to the Capitol.

Diet soda — for many, a daily staple. But is what’s inside hurting us?

Some consumers are organizing against the no-calorie sweetener aspartame that’s found in numerous drinks and snacks. Critics say it’s been linked to 92 symptoms and several deaths. Hawaii lawmaker Rep. Mele Carroll heard concerns from dozens of her own constituents with conditions they blame on aspartame.

“Some of them felt helpless, helpless in the sense of they don’t know how to prove,” Carroll said.

She drafted a bill that would ban the additive in any foods sold in Hawaii by the end of this year.

“I think it’s great when we do extreme legislation because it raises the issue and it gets all of our attention,” Carroll said.

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