On Wednesday, August 6, at 6:00 pm, Prof. Woodrow Monte, author an internationally recognized expert in food science, will give a presentation in Toledo on how aspartame, like smoking, contributes to the development of Alzheimer’s disease, along with a good general background on the danger of methyl alcohol and how it can be avoided.
Since 1981, the civilized world has seen a mysterious explosion of Alzheimer’s Disease, autism, breast cancer, multiple sclerosis, melanoma, arthritis, stroke, heart disease, diabetes, and more. Why? What happened in 1981 that changed everything?
The point of origin for these epidemics distinctly coincides with the FDA’s 1981 approval of aspartame for use in diet drinks, and increases in diet soda consumption correlate precisely to the increases in these diseases, as noted around the globe. The evidence is overwhelming. Within 15 minutes of consumption, Aspartame is broken down, releasing methyl alcohol into the body, where it is immediately converted to formaldehyde, and over time, the build up of formaldehyde in the body causes tremendous damage.
Three years ago, Prof. Monte’s groundbreaking book, While Science Sleeps a Sweetener Kills, illustrated by Toledo artist Becky Miller, was published. Since that time, such experts as Dr. Mercola have become persuaded that he has solved what has been a great mystery. Numerous scientific studies released since publication of his book have confirmed his findings.
Anyone who is concerned about Alzheimer’s disease, or any of the other diseases caused by exposure to methyl alcohol, will find Dr. Monte’s presentation very enlightening. It is a real honor to have a speaker of this stature come to Toledo.
The presentation will be held Wednesday, August 6th at Pig Feathers BBQ, 300 S. Main Street in Toledo. There is no charge for the event, no purchase is necessary, and all ages are welcome, though the science involved will be somewhat complex for children. Guests are advised to arrive early to assure seating, and if intending to eat, 5:00 arrival is recommended. For more information, see www.WhileScienceSleeps or call Becky Miller at 503-504-7289.