Aspartame Documentary Sequel Sweet Remedy Suggests that Lower I.Q.'s Are a Matter of Corporate Policy

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"Sweet Remedy: The World Reacts to an Adulterated Food Supply" is a newly released documentary of personal, legal and political struggles in the face of an increasingly toxic food supply. In her previous film, "Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World," Cori Brackett surmises, "the institutions designed to protect our food supply have failed us." What's next?

The makers of "Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World" have expanded upon the results of a corrupt, flagship regulatory agency that brought us aspartame. Picking up where approval left off, "Sweet Remedy" further examines lives left in the wake of a toxin deemed "non-existent".

In addition, inadequate food safety requirements have given birth to numerous problems in our food supply. This is no accident. A close examination of the global corporate power structure demonstrates that neurotoxic foods resulting in a dumber populace are simply a matter of policy. In the United States and through each nation within its global corporate grasp, maintaining a healthy mind and body is an act of civil disobedience. Ultimately, healing becomes a path of resistance for informed individuals.

In "Sweet Remedy" Cori Brackett interviews a host of MD's and Natural Health practitioners to gain the clearest possible perspective for a path to recovery. Perhaps the sweetest remedy this film offers is the hope provided by witnessing a variety of people withstanding the confusion, casualties, and obstacles involved with their food and their health.

Among those appearing in the film are Dr. Russell Blaylock, Dr. Joseph Mercola, Jim Turner, ESQ, Dr. Michael Ruff, Dr. Candace Pert, Professor Noam Chomsky, Sheldon Rampton, Jeffrey Smith, Jack Samuels, Dr. Janet Starr Hull, Robert Scott Bell, Spice Williams-Crosby and many more.


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