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|Posted on Saturday, August 01, 2009 - 2:10 pm: || |
I've been reading about neurotransmitters and serotonin on this board. I take antidepressants, and have trouble with migraines (which seem to be linked to eating MSG and other chemicals). Could there be any link between my meds and my headaches? I've been on antidepressants for about 40 years. Thanks.
|Posted on Saturday, August 01, 2009 - 5:36 pm: || |
Hi and welcome. I was very ill in so many ways and quite desperate when I found this board. After reading as much information as I could, I called my doctor and asked if I could discontinue my medicine safely while trying the test diet (http://www.msgmyth.com/). He agreed (frankly he was at a loss himself on how to help me). It was the smartest thing I ever did and the ONLY thing I tried in the last 25 years that did help.
If you can't completely discontinue your medicine safely you can find out if your doctor can prescribe safe medicine (without binders and fillers full of free glutamic acid). You can call the pharmacy and get a complete list of ingredients of all meds you are taking. Compound pharmacies are also an option since they can make medicine to exact specifications. However you decide to proceed I hope that you will give the test diet a try.
|Posted on Sunday, August 02, 2009 - 3:35 pm: || |
Stay as far away from shrinkology as you can. Shrinkologists are not interested in helping you.
There are 2 categories of people that doctors have difficulty making money out of - healthy people and dead people. They don't want you to be healthy and they don't want you to be dead. They want you to live as long as possible but in a state of sickness. In that way they maximize their revenue.
Doctors do 3 things:
The purpose of doing tests is to find some excuse to make a diagnosis.
The correct diagnosis is the one that makes the most money for the medical profession.
The correct treatment is the treatment that makes the most money for the medical profession. It is never one that would lead to full recovery. If they can keep you going for 40 years, why would they want you to recover and lose the revenue they could make out of you?
The correct dose of a drug is the dose that makes the most money for the medical profession. If the dose is too high, the patient dies and that is not good for the bottom line. If the dose is too low, the patient recovers and they have difficulty making money out of healthy people.
Drugs are poisons. The whole idea of a drug is to be a poison. If a drug is not a poison, then it fails in its purpose. You can do a search on any drug and find a list of poisonous effects of the drug. They are called "side effects" in order to hide the fact that they are poisonous effects. It is obvious to anyone who is not brainwashed by MDs (Medical Deities) that side effects are poisonous effects.
In the foregoing I am speaking of approved doctors. There are doctors whose patients actually get well. And they are into healthful living instead of torture (cut, poison, burn). And they are called quacks.
The best quick way to evaluate a doctor is to ask the question: Do the doctor's patients get well?