• While Science Sleeps

  • By: Woodrow C. Monte
  • Narrated by: Kristina Yuen
  • Length: 14 hrs and 20 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 05-03-13
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Woodrow C. Monte
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.7 (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The introduction of aspartame into the food supply of the United States began in the summer of 1981. Since that time, the incidence of Alzheimer's deaths has increased 100 fold (10,000%). Autism has, with no explanation, increased 25 times (2500%). Autoimmune diseases have reached epidemic proportions, with Lupus (SLE) up 300%, and Multiple Sclerosis, Type II Diabetes and Rheumatoid Arthritis headed out of control.
Cancers, the hallmark of formaldehyde exposure, have exploded. Skin cancer has shot up over 400%, liver cancer has tripled, kidney cancer has doubled, and breast cancer is up 50%. The list goes on... This audiobook explains to the average person the fascinating process by which methanol, a poison hidden in aspartame and some other foods, is converted to formaldehyde at the very locations in the human body where these diseases originate, revealing, for the first time, the exact details of the probable cause of each.
It is a cautionary tale of the legacy of the danger of a poisonous food additive and the failure of a government, corrupted by greed, to safeguard the health and welfare of its people. This is a handbook that teaches the tools you will need to protect those you love and inform them about the causes of a number of diseases that have, until now, proven inexplicably elusive to a medical community beholden to Big Pharma...While Science Sleeps.
Woodrow C. Monte PhD, Emeritus Professor of Nutrition, Arizona State University
©2011,2012 Woodrow C. Monte (P)2013 Woodrow C. Monte
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5 out of 5 stars
By RK on 02-15-17

Everyone should listen to this!

Even though this can be very hard to listen to and there is a lot of science it is interesting. We really should think about what we consume and who is telling us what is ok for us to consume. Makes you think!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Brooke on 09-12-16

very enlightened

in a time of decreasing ethical standards for profit we have to be more aware of the process of both science, industry and government. this book is very well written and reasoned. my mom could read it (high school grad) and learn from it. I could read and love the Book (doctorate level scientist) we have to educate, defend and protect ourselves. this is a worthy listen.

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