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MarionB
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Posted - 11/20/2002 :  08:15:00 AM  Show Profile Send MarionB a Private Message
This is not related to knitting at all, sorry. In the topic of how we incorporate knitting into our day (or in my case, how do I incorporate my day into my knitting?) I saw a post that someone is having headaches attributed to a heater. In her related info, I see she drinks diet sodas. I'd strongly suggest she do an experiment and not drink diet pop for a week to see if the headaches cease. Headaches are the # 1 symptom of aspartame poisoning. Aspartame is addicting and according to a scientific study done long ago, it increases your appetite. Anyone who wants more information on this may contact me or Barbara Mullarkey, 708-848-0116. She wrote a book called Aspartame, Diet Delusion. I might not have the title exactly correct. Her book is an eye opener. Marion mnbiagi@attbi.com

mokumegane
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Posted - 11/24/2002 :  08:19:44 AM  Show Profile Send mokumegane a Private Message
Not just that but caffeine can do it as well! I'd suggest give up the fake sugar for a while. If it stops, it's the sugar. Then, drink the diet pop but have the one with caffeine in it. After that, drop both. If you go about this in a scientific way, you can find out what it is and keep it out of your diet! People do this for allergies, as well. That's how I found out I was allergic to lactose! Now, no more speech problems and I can breathe so much easier! When you're done figuring it out and have deleted the perpratrator from your diet, I'd suggest to drink 1 to 2 gallons of water a day to flush your system!

Amanda


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