If you knew it was another word for the known neuro toxin Aspartame you wouldn’t buy the product! (we hope)

Phenylketonurics is not an ingredient but defines individuals who suffer from phenylketonuria.

These are people who are unable to metabolise the amino acid phenylalanine. Phenylalanine is a component of the artificial sweetener Aspartame (951). Products containing Aspartame are required to display a warning ‘contains phenylalanine’.

In some countries, such as Australia, the word Aspartame and the code 951, may not appear on the label, but the phrase ‘Phenylketonurics: Contains Phenylalanine’ appears instead.  This is deception!  As shown in the U.S documentary titled Sweet Misery, apart from being a neurotoxin, people who wish to avoid Aspartame for reasons other than phenylketonuria may not know that a product contains aspartame if it is not listed on the label.

For more information on aspartame (951) see the book titled, The Chemical Maze.

Once ingested- Aspartame is broken down into substances that are very liver toxic- it takes the liver a long time to break these products down, hence, its regular biological functions are reduced- one of which is the breaking down fat, increasing the development a fatty liver.

Aspartame is extremely toxic to a diabetic, with lifelong irreversible symptoms- Optic Neuritis (blindness) to name but one.

Find out more about aspartame by visiting www.dorway.com

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