"The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease."
- Thomas Edison
"Dr. Gross told Congress that aspartame violated the Delaney Amendment, which had forbid anything being put in food you knew would cause cancer, and this was because without a shadow of a doubt, aspartame can cause brain tumors."
"And if the FDA violates the law, who is left to protect the public?"
There is new research showing that a sugar called xylitol (pronounced zy-li-tol) can significantly improve oral health, improve calcium absorption, increase bone density and remineralize tooth enamel. Xylitol also helps prevent or eliminate gum disease, cavities, tooth loss, asthma, inner ear infections, chronic throat and sinus conditions, osteoporosis, and cardiovascular disease. Xylitol has only 2.4 calories per gram, compared to 4 calories per gram for sucrose sugar. Xylitol is digested slowly, making it easier on your pancreas and useful for diabetics. You can purchase xylitol in five pound bags and use it in cooking and for all purposes you would ordinarily use sugar. Due to the health benefits from consuming xylitol, we suggest that it is a good substitute for ordinary sugar.
The herb stevia is the best no-calorie sweetener. Available in health food stores.
Sugar feeds cancer.
Fructose does not provoke an insulin response. Instead it
goes to the liver where it is converted into fat.
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From: Dr. Neal Pinckney firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: Unhealthy vs. Healthy Sweeteners - a guide
Date: October 04, 1999 at 19:23:47 PST
In Reply to: Re: aspartame posted by Dr. Neal Pinckney on October 04, 1999 at 19:02:44:
Healthy Sweetener Use Guide
Sweeteners to avoid:
Acesulfame-K (Sunette, Sweet & Safe, Sweet One)
Sweeteners to Use:
Barley Malt (Editor's note: see Jack Samuels' comment at bottom of this page)
Evaporated Cane Juice
Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) *
Sweeteners to use sparingly:
High Fructose Sweeteners
Sugar Alcohols (xylitol, sorbitol)
* Safe for Diabetics
Healing Heart Foundation
Meet Dr. Neal Pinckney email@example.com
Neal Pinckney is a graduate of the University of Southern California and Oxford University, where he received his Ph.D. in clinical and educational psychology. He has done post-doctoral work at Stanford University and the University of Vienna. He is professor emeritus and former chair of Behavioral Sciences at California State University, Sacramento and has taught at the University of California, Davis Medical School. He held a private practice in family and individual therapy and psychoanalysis for almost 30 years. He was psychologist and in-service trainer for the California Highway Patrol for 13 years. He is founder and director of the Healing Heart Foundation.
In 1993, at the age of 58, Pinckney was diagnosed with severe coronary heart disease. His right main artery, the "widow-maker", was 100% blocked and his two major left coronary arteries were 90% and 85% blocked. He was told he needed immediate by-pass surgery or he would soon die. He didn't have that surgery.
Searching the internet for information, he found many scientific articles by Dean Ornish, M.D. and read his best-selling Program for Reversing Heart Disease. Following that program and the writings of John McDougall,M.D., [ http://www.drmcdougall.com/ ] his condition quickly reversed. When he started the program he couldn't walk slowly around the block without severe chest pain, but only seven months later he finished in the middle of the pack of the Great Aloha Run, an 8.5 mile race.
Dr. Ornish's research indicated that people who joined support groups showed greater improvement, but Pinckney found there were none in the state. Asking local hospitals to establish one, two centers agreed to start groups, if he would lead them. More than 700 people have now gone through his ten-week free groups, which lead to his book, the Healing Heart Handbook. For the past three years Dr. Pinckney has been invited to be on the professional staff of Dr. Ornish's residential retreats.
Dr. Pinckney walks four miles up and down a steep hill every day before breakfast. He also practices yoga and meditation daily, lifts weights and sometimes bicycles 12 to 25 miles. His cholesterol has dropped over 240 points and his blood pressure is now normal. He lost nearly 40 pounds and seven inches in his waist. He travels around the world, giving talks and going on adventure treks where is 30 or 40 years older than the others in the group. He is living proof that reversing heart disease can be accomplished through lifestyle changes and without surgery.
Reversing Heart Disease through Lifestyle with Dr. Neal Pinckney
Please note: This discussion group is exclusively for reversing and preventing heart disease through lifestyle changes
Jack Samuels: Pinckney: barley malt makes MSG 12.15.00
Subject: Re: ANM: www.vegsource.com: Pinckney: healthy sweetener use guide 10.4.99
Date: Fri, 15 Dec 2000 00:24:12 EST
I disagree with Dr. Pickney's listing of "barley malt" as a sweetener to use.
"Barley malt" or "malted barley" introduce enzymes into the product to which it is added. If the product contains protein, the enzymes introduced from the "barley malt" or "malted barley" break down the protein, at least in part, resulting in some processed free glutamic acid (MSG), some processed aspartic acid (approximately 40% of aspartame), as well as other amino acids.
MSG sensitive people with little tolerance for processed free glutamic acid (MSG) suffer adverse reactions from products that contain "barley malt" or"malted barley" and protein.
http://www.truthinlabeling.org/ Truth in Labeling Campaign [MSG]
Adrienne Samuels, PnD P.O. Box 2532 Darien, Illinois 60561 858-481-9333 firstname.lastname@example.org "The Toxicity/Safety of Processed Free Glutamic Acid (MSG): A Study in Suppression of Information."
Accountability in Research (1999) Vol 6, pp. 259-310.