MSG (The Legal Poison)

MSG (Passive International Genocide agent #1)
Independent research has identified the following adverse reactions to MSG                         (Monosodium Glutamate)

•    Neurological Damage (enhanced nerve damage with high blood sugar, schizophrenia, attention/learning disorders,  non-psycho based anxiety/panic attacks, lethargy, pre-stroke conditions, psychotic aptitude, etc)
•    Nausea/vomiting
•    Diarrhea
•    Stomach cramps
•    Irritable bowel syndrome
•    Bloating
•    Asthma (some other respiratory disorders)
•    Extreme dryness of the mouth
•    Hives or rash
•    Heart Palpitations
•    Flushing
•    Food Addiction
•    Mouth lesions
•    Deplete Vitamin D, B1, and B6.
•    Cancer/ Tumor growth
•    Hormonal/ sexual orientation development of the fetus                                                    (Natural, but MSG artificially creates fetal neural DNA errors of virtually all types.)

MSG has been shown to cause lesions on the brain, especially in children. These lesions cause cognitive, endocrinological and emotional abnormalities. In children excess glutamate affects the growth cones on neurons. Growth cones are vital in laying down chemical pathways in the brain to enable the brain to operate effectively. Children that have been fed MSG from birth or throughout their childhood show decreased reasoning development, poorer discriminate capacities between stimuli, reduced self-discipline and memory recall abilities, and increased potential for the development of phobia’s, autism, and schizophrenia.

The implications for human children are that MSG seriously affects their cognitive skills and cause learning difficulties.  The ever increasing rise in student discipline disorders and the rise in parents with the same problems can be measured as clear evidence of mass social poisoning. Damage is both instant and long-term accumulative.

HIDDEN SOURCES OF PROCESSED FREE GLUTAMIC ACID (MSG)
NAMES OF INGREDIENTS THAT CONTAIN ENOUGH MSG
TO SERVE AS COMMON MSG-REACTION TRIGGERS

The MSG-reaction is a reaction to free glutamic acid that occurs in food as a consequence of manufacture. MSG-sensitive people do not react to protein (which contains bound glutamic acid) or any of the minute amounts of free glutamic acid that might be found in unadulterated, unfermented, food.

These Usually contain MSG
Glutamate                                 Glutamic acid                 Gelatin
Monosodium Glutamate             Calcium caseinate           Textured protein
Monopotassium Glutamate         Sodium caseinate           Yeast nutrient
Yeast extract                             Yeast food                     Autolyzed yeast
Hydrolyzed protein (any protein that is hydrolyzed)
Hydrolyzed corn gluten                Natrium glutamate

These OFTEN contain MSG or create MSG during processing
Carrageenan                             Maltodextrin                            Malt extract
Natural pork flavoring                  Citric acid                               Malt flavoring
Bouillon and Broth                      Natural chicken flavoring         Soy protein isolate
Natural beef flavoring                  Ultra-pasteurized                     Soy sauce
Stock                                        Barley malt                             Soy sauce extract
Whey protein concentrate            Pectin                                  Soy protein
Whey protein                             Protease                               Soy protein concentrate
Whey protein isolate             Protease enzymes                                                                 Anything saying natural flavor/ flavoring(s)                 Seasonings(Unless stating no MSG)

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2 Responses to MSG (The Legal Poison)

  1. Lenore Wyche says:

    Lots of research has been done on soy protein. A long time ago, soy isolate (high quality protein extracts) are only used in industrial applications. They are added to foods and other supplements to boost the nutritional value of the products. It wasn’t until the late 1990s that this wonderful plant protein is introduced to the general public.;

    Most recently released piece of content on our own web site
    <'http://www.foodsupplementdigest.com/essential-amino-acids-list/

    • 4peacebooks says:

      The article research from the food supplement digest was paid for by the soy industry……

      Here is a non-corporate funded report.
      ———————————————————-

      Soy Increases Estrogen Levels causing a Decrease in Testosterone Levels in Men

      Testosterone is a hormone that is predominant in men. Testosterone plays an important role in men’s health. Testosterone is responsible for (i) muscular development, (ii) libido, and (iii) bone development. Testosterone also plays a role in red blood cell production. There are a number of natural things men can do to help maintain and increase testosterone levels. See How to Increase Testosterone Naturally.

      Soy contains compounds with estrogen like properties that increase estrogen levels in men causing a decrease in testosterone levels. Phytoestrogen compounds found in soy can interfere with both hormone levels and normal hormone function.

      Doctors at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey/Robert Wood Johnson Medical School examined the impact of soy protein powder on testosterone levels in male participants. The male participants consumed two scoops of soy protein powder, which contained 56 g of soy, daily for 28 days. Researchers reported in the April 2007 issue of Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention that subjects experienced decreases in testosterone levels. Testosterone levels increased within two weeks after discontinuing soy protein powder use.

      Soy not only can lower a man’s testosterone levels, but has soy has also been found to lower men’s sperm count. US researchers have found that Eating a half serving a day of soy-based foods could be enough to significantly lower a man’s sperm count.

      The study was the largest in humans to look at the relationship between semen quality and a plant form of the female sex hormone estrogen known as phytoestrogen, which is plentiful in soy-rich foods. “What we found was men that consume the highest amounts of soy foods in this study had a lower sperm concentration compared to those who did not consume soy foods,” said Dr. Jorge Chavarro of the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, whose study appears in the journal Human Reproduction.
      Soy has become a Filler in many Foods

      Warning! Soy has become a filler for many products, including many so called ‘health’ or ‘protein’ bars, drinks and shakes.

      Read food content labels before you buy and have your mom, wife or girlfriend read them before they buy for you. Products that contain soy should be avoided by men.

      Guys, the indications are that soy reduces testosterone. Why take that risk?!

      Soy, because it encourages the production of estrogen, also can inhibit production of the Growth Hormone. See What Stimulates and Inhibits the Growth Hormone
      Male Athletes Should Avoid Soy as a Protein Source

      Soy Lowers Iron IntakeMale Athletes should also note that soy protein is a rich in phytic acid which reduces mineral and trace element absorption. Studies assessing markers of Iron status show that supplementing isoflavone rich soy protein isolate reduces Iron status by more than 7%. In contrast, the same study also showed that a whey protein supplement actuall increased iron status by more than 9%.

      Iron is essential to red blood cell production essential for oxygen transport and to maintain muscle performance, yet many athletes suffer with low iron stores. Symptoms of low Iron include shortness of breath, poor exercise performance and slow recovery after exercise. It is clear that supplements containing soy proteins could bring about iron deficiency and impair exercise performance.

      http://www.1vigor.com/article/soy-decreases-men%27s-testoserone-levels-increases-estrogen/

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