THE ‘SWEET’ POISON IN YOUR FOOD

Many adverse effects have been linked to regular consumption of MSG:
*Obesity
*Brain damage
*Eye damage
*Headaches
*Fatigue
*Depression
*Numbness& Tinglings
*Burning sensation
*Facial pressure or tightness
*High blood pressure
*Heart palpitations
*Increase in blood sugar level
*Chest pain or difficulty breathing   
*Nausea
*Drowsiness
*Skin Infections
*Hair Loss, etc

MSG is a very dangerous food additive with its side effects being cumulative. Just because you don’t react to MSG now, doesn’t mean you won’t in later years. According to Dr. Russell Blaylock, who wrote a book on the subject called Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills, sensitivity to MSG builds up in our bodies until we reach what he calls our “threshold of sensitivity.”

That’s because MSG overstimulates our nervous system — exciting our nerves and causing an inflammatory response. With time, these repetitive inflammatory responses cause our nerves to start producing more and more nerve cells that are sensitive to this kind of stimulation. The more overly-sensitive nerve cells we have, the stronger our immediate response to MSG will be.

That said, you still may be scratching your head about MSG.
If the worst that can happen is a migraine headache or some hives, why worry about eating it now, when it causes no reaction in you?

Way back in 1957, a team researchers decided to see if glutamate could help repair a diseased retina. Remember, glutamate is a common and necessary amino acid in our diet (arguably the most common neurotransmitter in the brain), so this presupposition isn’t so far fetched. The researchers fed rats MSG and were shocked by their results.

Rather than repairing the disease, the MSG destroyed the retinal cells that allow vision!

A decade later, the neuroscientist Dr. John Olney used their method of destroying retinal cells so that he could study visual pathways to the brain. He found that MSG not only destroyed retinal vision cells, but also parts of the brain. This brain damage was done as neurons became over excited, virtually exciting themselves to death. He called this “excitotoxicity,” and that has led subsequent researchers to describe MSG as an “excitotoxin.”

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