Aspartame Documentarian's New Website Combats a Poisoned World

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Those searching for the latest news in FDA revolving-door activity, neurological disorders and food additives now have a useful resource to add to their bookmarks. http://www.sweetremedy.tv contains an expansive list of material resulting from documentarian Cori Brackett's celebrated exposé, "Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World". Those visiting the site also find new stories about GMO's, medical malpractice, substance prohibition, PR stunts, and mind control.

Those searching for the latest news in FDA revolving-door activity, neurological disorders and food additives now have a useful resource to add to their bookmarks. http://www.sweetremedy.tv contains an expansive list of material resulting from documentarian Cori Brackett's celebrated exposé, "Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World". Those visiting the site also find new stories about GMO's, medical malpractice, substance prohibition, PR stunts, and mind control.

The new site, http://www.sweetremedy.tv, is updated daily by the makers of the two scathing films, "Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World" and "Sweet Remedy: The World Reacts to an Adulterated Food Supply." Cori Brackett and her husband, J.T. Waldron will incorporate over 120 hours of never before seen excerpts and interviews that were not included in the final cut of "Sweet Remedy".

New footage includes pilot testimony concerning aspartame, Dr. Russell Blaylock's presentation linking Alzheimers with vaccines, and coverage of Stephen Fox's battle to get aspartame banned in New Mexico. Similar to other battles against corporate tyranny, "sweetremedy.tv" will take on the conscious misdirections put forth as truth that contradict empirical evidence.

"This site is not completely about emphasizing what's negative about our world", Cori states in a RBN interview with Frank Whalen on the nationwide program "Frankly Speaking Radio", "It's simply designed to strip away the facade of corporate medicine. Within this huge struggle for sanity and health, there ultimately lies a path to freedom and empowerment. We celebrate that."

Cori's extensive daily of habit of searching through news feeds will eventually culminate into a new weekly cable television program, "Notes from a Poisoned World", which will premier in May of 2007. This program will not only provide a summary of what was covered on the site, but will included interviews and exclusive footage from our "poisoned world."

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