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MSG 'Sneaky' Names Ingredient List
MSG comes hidden under many different ingredient names on products ranging from seasonings to sauces, syrups, powders and condiments. Keep this grocery companion list with you to refer to whenever you are grocery shopping to be sure to stay away from known hidden seizure triggers.
MSG or aspartame may contribute to seizures, in some cases. These are called excitotoxins because they irritate the nervous system.
Glutamic acid (glutamate) and aspartic acid (aspartate) are two non-essential amino acids our bodies make out of other proteins. Glutamate is the main amino acid for our brain – it is one of the main neurotransmitters. If we are found to have excess glutamate, no matter from what source, it can over excite the neurons to the point of killing neurons. Having too much glutamate is known to cause brain death – neurons in the brain that become over-excited and die can lead to seizures, reduced pain threshold, sleep disorders, pain syndroms, insomnia, emotional disturbances and things like ALS and other neurodegenerative diseases. To understand the idea that some food can be is dangerous to your brain, understand the glutamate is the main protein in the synthetic flavor enhancer MSG. MSG is a known seizure trigger.
Neurological problems stem not only from the glutamate in msg, but also from free glutamate which is also an excitotoxin. Free glutamate is created in ultra pasteurized dairy products and over-cooked or highly processed proteins like lunch meat, sausages, hot dogs, etc.
Glutamate, which is known to be an excitotocin or neurotoxin, causes damage to nerve cells as well as cell death in the brain and nervous system. If a sensitive person is exposed to toxins like msg, for example, their brain’s immune system can be activated. This activation allows subsequent toxin exposure to build up in the brain and cause disease that result in things like seizures.
Artificial sweeteners and flavor enhancers like MSG and aspartame damage and lead to the destruction of the brain. Dr. Blaylock coined the term ‘excitotoxin’ to describe the way that certain amino acids like MSG (monosodium glutamate) and aspartic acid (aspartame) actually excite the cells in our brains literally to death.
Neurotoxins like MSG and aspartame can also compromise the blood brain barrier in sensitive or compromised individuals which in turn affects the nervous system.
There have been over 10,000 reports documenting the adverse reactions such as seizures (including death) from the use of aspartame, with migraines being the most frequently reported reactions.
Know what ingredients are secretly used to disguise the well known neurotoxin name of MSG. Keep this information at your fingertips wherever you go by purchasing and downloading this companion grocery list today.
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