By Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum.
Mission Possible International
9270 River Club Parkway
Duluth, Georgia 30097
Telephone: 770-242-2599
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Posted: 18 August 2009

Aspartame Awareness Weekend is the first weekend after Labor Day globally. We usually always have a project, as one year we sent the Report for Schools to Board of Educations and Schools, and of course, still do. This year the project is to get aspartame off restaurant tables (Equal) as well as deadly Splenda, and we will have something written to give to restaurant managers and employees. We always give out flyers for information on NutraSweet but there is so much on aspartame even the medical text, Aspartame Disease: An Ignored Epidemic is over 1000 pages, by Dr. H. J. Roberts. As many of you know the incredible Idaho Observer to help the effort published the Artificially Sweetened Times, 24 pages booklets on aspartame for distribution and sell by the hundreds at a very low price to help the effort. So much better than a one page flyer. They also said they would keep them on the market until we got aspartame banned. They contain the FDA list of 92 symptoms, aspartame and MS, sudden death, the Diane Fleming case (in Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World) industry propaganda rebutted, Splenda, some who died of aspartame like Dave Rietz who the magazine is dedicated to who founded, web sites, etc, etc. They are wonderful to give your friends and family to save them from this poison. They can be given to restaurants with information we will have, as well as the public at large on this weekend. Some doctors give these to their patients.

I just received a note from Don Harkins that for Aspartame Awareness Weekend they are being put on special, even lower price. I don't know how many they have left because I know they have to republish. Here is their note. They are so generous to do this and have supported our efforts to ban aspartame for years. Happy to pass on this good news.

All my best,

Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum.
Founder, Mission Possible World Health International
9270 River Club Parkway
Duluth, Georgia 30097

Aspartame Toxicity Center:

The Artificially Sweetened Times

Aspartame Awareness Weekend is the weekend after "Labor Day". Here is your opportunity to inexpensively provide people with real educational literature on the pervasiveness of the aspartame poisoning problem in today's processed food and fast food culture. Adding to the importance of getting this information out, it has been confirmed that many medications now contain aspartame - especially troubling is that they are actually putting it in commonly prescribed anti-seizure medication! We are offering every bundle of 100 of The Artificially Sweetened Times, including S&H, for $30 for the Summer 2008 edition ONLY (while supplies last):

100 for $35 NOW $30
200 for $67 NOW $60
300 was $100 NOW $90
400 was $130 NOW $120
500 was $160 NOW $150

All orders must be paid via check or money order and will be mailed via USPS media mail. Please make check/MO payable to The Idaho Observer. Send orders to: The Idaho Observer, P.O. Box 457, Spirit Lake, Idaho 83869-0457.

In the Spirit of Personal Empowerment,

Don Harkins, publisher
Ingri Cassel, managernr>
P.O. Box 457
Spirit Lake, Idaho 83869
(208) 255-2307 / (888) 249-1421

Ingri Cassel, director
Vaccination Liberation
P.O. Box 457
Spirit Lake, Idaho 83869
(208) 255-2307 / (888) 249-1421

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