|Posted on Wednesday, January 28, 2004 - 10:10 pm: || |
This week, there are three possible MSG related stories. One concerns fragile X syndrome that affects autistic males - the gene involved in this disease affects the proteins in the brain dealing with nervous system function. Perhaps the syndrome makes these individuals more susceptible to MSG sensitivity. Then there is the grapefruit diet story - eating grapefruit with meals leads to weight loss. It is well known in scientific circles that MSG sensitivity is reduced by vitamin C - perhaps that is what is at work here - protection from the obesity inducing nature of MSG. The third story is the apparent link between altered testosterone levels and Alzheimer's. Clearly there are endocrine disruptions taking place here. What if the testosterone loss and Alzheimer's are just both symptoms of a larger problem - damage to the brain from MSG? Do we have another case of an innocent bystander being mistaken for the perp?
|Posted on Thursday, January 29, 2004 - 9:17 am: || |
Did anyone see the news today concerning the high percentage of brain lesions found in migraine headache sufferers? Dr. Blaylock has talked about this in his book...he has always said that there is an epidemic of brain lesions and tumors among even young people...he would know as a neurologist and brain surgeon....and he has always blamed it on MSG, aspartame, and l-cysteine, the major excitotoxins in our food.
|Posted on Thursday, January 29, 2004 - 1:59 pm: || |
Another news story just out - is about depression in teens and a smaller hippocampus (part of the brain). http://www.ajc.com/health/content/shared-auto/healthnews/depr/517182.html
|Posted on Tuesday, February 03, 2004 - 4:50 pm: || |
Dr. Blaylock has said that excitotoxins alter the brains of fetuses....he suggested that we would see more brain abnormalities, lesions, and neurological disorders as a result.
|Posted on Friday, July 07, 2006 - 7:44 pm: || |
Ein Schloss, Ein Wurst, Ein Kopf !nnn