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: 13 March 2018

Most of you know who Cori is. She is an aspartame victim who drank diet pop and it precipitated MS. Here is how Dr. Russell Blaylock, neurosurgeon, explains the connection: After reading an article on aspartame she abstained and eventually walked out of her wheelchair. She had one of the largest lesions ever seen in an MS victim which all but disappeared 8 months later. I remember the day she called me with her story. She said, "A movie needs to be made about this." I said, "tell me about it". She then said, "I own the film company", and she went on to make "Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World."

When Cori was in a wheelchair she could hardly walk or talk. Aspartame has caused an obesity epidemic and she had gained a lot of weight. It wasn't easy for her to get back to normal health. She immediately lost the weight because she was off aspartame. She became a vegetarian and I remember when she was at my home filming she drank smoothies and made sure her diet was healthy. In person she looked healthy and beautiful, She then got married.

Today Cori is no longer married and lives alone. She no longer owns the film company. She hit on hard times and no longer could afford healthy food. She had a relapse that put her back in a wheelchair and someone has had to bring her meals. She told me she knows what treatment could help her walk again but hasn't had the funds for the treatment.

What really worries me is she can't walk and she lives alone. She is desperate and I hope everyone reading this will help out no matter how little they can afford. I do want you to know I have her address and phone number. So if there are people who would really like to contact her or can help her in any other way just get in touch and I can give you more information. Cori can still give radio interviews and some may have other ideas to help her. In the meantime, please go to her page on Gofundme and give something: Here is the GoFundMe address again:

Millions suffer from aspartame, and some people are just grateful to be educated about aspartame and regain their health when they abstain. But then there are those who play it forward and want to help others to abstain before aspartame can kill them. Many of them have become Mission Possible operations in their area to see how many they can save. Cori is the epitome of play it forward. "Sweet Misery: A Poisoned World" and "Sweet Remedy" which followed have been seen by millions and saved the lives of people all over the world. It has been translated as well in other languages. When we tried to get aspartame banned in New Mexico it was Cori who supplied tapes for the legislature. She has always been there for those who need her. She even had her own radio program to help people further. She lost her web site for non-payment. I wish I had known earlier. Her email came back and she didn't answer the phone. I do have her current email and phone number.

I could write all day on the generosity and help from Cori Brackett to the public.

Today, there is a new article that mentions aspartame by Marianne Stanley. It is titled "Are we too connected to the medical industry? She looks at the changes at what a lifetime can cause and says: "Just as the government once insisted that tobacco studies showed that tobacco is safe, we are now hearing that sugar and even the particularly dangerous sugar substitutes like aspartame aren't harmful. But the truth is that sugars and our processed foods are culprits in our declining health. Begin by eating foods that look like food and are not in boxes or cans, and then read. It is up to us to educate ourselves on how to be and remain healthy in these times."

Just think if aspartame had never been approved by the political chicanery of Donald Rumsfeld, Cori would not have lived so much of a lifetime of misery. Now think how many the world over are sharing lives like Cori Brackett because of Rumsfeld's Plague. So everyone lets first help Cori and then play it forward.

All my best,

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

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