Gerson Healing Newsletter, Sept-Oct, 2006 by Charlotte Gerson John Erb, a long time research assistant at the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ont. Canada, discovered that no strain of rats or mice is naturally obese. In order to do studies on obesity in animals, the scientists had to create obese animals to use in diabetes test [...]
Poison in the Pantry — The MSG Syndrome The amount of MSG used in food processing is increasing. It finds its way into many products on the market shelves. It is served in many of the “best” restaurants. Unsuspecting parents may be shocked to learn that it is used as a flavoring in school lunchrooms. [...]
By Lois Lenz 25 years ago, four of us went to dinner at Dr. Hoagley Woagley’s Texas Barbecue in California. We all ordered different meals in order to test them. I ordered roast beef, and everyone raved about how tender it was. Within an hour, I became deathly ill. I felt as though my heart [...]
Originally published on the Internet on trustedhands.com at this website. It’s everywhere! Food manufacturers have found the golden key to keep their food tasty to you – and keep you coming back for more. But by eating foods containing MSG, could you be poisoning your brain? Let’s look at how MSG works in the body. [...]
The glutamate industry and companies, including pharmaceutical firms, that wish to use processed free glutamic acid (MSG) in their products, improperly claim that the term “MSG” only applies to the food ingredient “monosodium glutamate.”
The dictionary definitions for “Wholesome”:
1. conducive to moral or general well-being; salutary; beneficial: wholesome recreation; wholesome environment.
2. conducive to bodily health; healthful; salubrious: wholesome food; wholesome air; wholesome exercise.
3. suggestive of physical or moral health, esp. in appearance.
4. healthy or sound.
At Ban MSG Now, we fail to see how any food is “wholesome” if it contains MSG. How can it be conducive to bodily health or sound?
The other interesting thing about monosodium glutamate is that it can be found in a number of vaccines. MSG is very common. I do not know how many people have gone without eating or feeding their children any of the products I show here: cream of mushroom soup, flavoured chips, Hamburger Helper, Mr. Noodles, or MSG in its crude form, Accent, which is used in the Philippines. They usually place one to two tablespoons in a bread roll and are able to kill a dog. It causes an epileptic fit, and then they kill the dog. Unfortunately, in some areas of the Phillipines, the dog is then eaten pre-seasoned.
The Codex Alimentarius lists Monosodium Glutamate (ref #621) as a flavor enhancer approved with no daily limit to be added to a broad range of food categories. (17th Report of JECFA, 1974) Monosodium Glutamate is an amino acid that affects on almost every major system and organ in the body. Glutamate receptors trigger many different responses and can be over stimulated to cause cell death and other systemic problems. For thirty years, scientists and researchers have used MSG in their experiments to purposely create obese and pre-diabetic test subjects, trigger epileptic seizures, create ischemic strokes, and destroy cell tissues in vivo and in vitro.
On Friday we reported that a recent study from Japan, published in Experimental Eye Research and reported in the latest issue of the New Scientist, suggested that diets high in the flavour enhancer monosodium glutamate could lead to vision loss. The glutamate industry, quick to respond to the study, has issued a variety of statements [...]
Controversy surrounding food additive E621, otherwise known as monosodium glutamate – a common flavour enhancer – was re-ignited this week when a Japanese researcher suggested that consuming too much of the ingredient could make you go blind. Researchers at Hirosaki University in Japan have found that rats fed on diets high in MSG suffer vision [...]