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Aspartame and Glutamate: Chronic Pain

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"Removing Aspartame and Glutamate from the Diet for 4 Months Can Eliminate Chronic Pain Symptoms."
(Annals of Pharmacology)

I contend that most chronic pain patterns stem from an underlying structural and/or postural problem. Therefore, that particular structural problem requires a structural solution.....a solution we handle in our office with a highly technical skill.

However, even with wonderful structural and posture rebuilding, lingering pain may persist.

That pain may be due to the repetitive intake of food and drink which contain the chemicals known as Aspartame and/or Glutamate. Aspartame and Glutamate are two nasty chemicals that are found in foods, drinks, and/or chewing gum. Aspartame is an artificial sweetener. Glutamate is a food flavor enhancer. Food and Drink manufacturers add these substances to sweeten foods/drinks as well as stimulate your brain to "like" a food better (therefore increasing your chances of eating more and more and more).

If you have a chronic pain pattern (and even if you do not), I suggest beginning to read the nutrition label of the foods, drinks, and chewing gums while you are at the grocery store. Avoid the products which contain the words aspartame and/or glutamate.

Patient Testimonials

  • Danielle L. (4)

    "Dizziness and headaches are practically gone"

    Dizziness and headaches are practically gone. Still have some pain in upper back- where pinched nervs is- but it comes and goes- not so consistent.

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  • Dolores S.

    "I feel more limber and I can move more freely"

    I feel more limber and I can move more freely without as much stiffness and discomfort. My joints feel lubricated since I am taking arthrisea. The staff

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  • Doug L.

    "Now almost pain free can sit and drive anywhere. No problem picking anything up. My wife''s happy!"

    When coming in at first pain in hip was so bad. I needed help sometimes to get in and out of a

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  • Barbara S.

    "I'm able to walk much better"

    So far, I'm able to walk much better. And, able to do more at my house than before! I do see an improvement and still need some more to get as close to normal as I

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  • Joanne D.

    "I can lift my arm higher than before"

    My shoulder seems to be getting better. It is slow in happening but I can feel some difference. I can lift my arm higher than before.