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|Posted on Thursday, May 10, 2007 - 12:31 pm: || |
MSG intolerence is like being a detective. Its like every day I didnt know MSG was guilty I was suspecting the wrong thing, trying bad leads, spending time on the wrong areas. One day you felt real bad, or for days in a row you felt good. But once a detective starts to close in on the case, the real picture starts to become clear - the more tests I do now, the more I am sure MSG is guilty.
After 10 years of detective work I advise:
1. Do every other thing possible to get healthy, lose weight, exercise, and eat the free foods well.(getting enough magnesium in your diet for example - research this)
2. Dont hope for a quick solution, if youve been poisoned for any length of time, youve probably got some nerve damage, I know some of my nerves are, to remind me that I need to fight and get better.(see number 1)
3. Stop looking to others as YOUR primary healers. If YOU are an MSG sufferer, then YOU are YOUR primary healer and YOU have to control what YOU eat.
4. Because MSG is a toxin and effects very delicate, highly complex parts of the body the balance that is destroyed by the drug can tip in any number of ways in any individual. This is why symptoms vary from person to person.
5. Turn your MSG negatives into positives. You have been given a gift. Do you think that people who dont get any symptoms from ingesting MSG are lucky? No. You are lucky. Your body has given you an opportunity to get healthy and not be tricked like all the others.
But to answer the question on how I feel, the effect it has on me, that is, the effect I notice when only small amount is tested. I get a lumpy feeling in my throat. I have been thoroughly tested by top specialists for reflux disorder and I was found to have good valve function - twice.
I know I sound abit sparky, but you see, I have all this new found energy now, thanks this website. I was real down and lost once though.
|Posted on Thursday, May 10, 2007 - 2:36 pm: || |
I enjoyed reading this post with its clever heading.
|Posted on Thursday, May 10, 2007 - 4:13 pm: || |
Thanks for sharing this with us, Anon! All good advice.
|Posted on Friday, May 11, 2007 - 2:09 pm: || |
My name is David and I live on the south east coast of Australia. I initiated this post. From what I can gather the language on food labels down here is very similar to what you guys have. The good part of this is its easy to share warnings on a universal level. The bad part is that the trickery is world wide.
|Posted on Monday, May 14, 2007 - 1:35 pm: || |
G'day, David. We have heard from several Aussies, and have shipped many books down under. Yes, the labels are very similar, and we hope the word about MSG is spreading there and all over the world. MSG and its cousins are a global problem, one that is growing.