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Read food labels before eating food? What about vaccine ingredients?

By Wells: (NaturalNews) If you are one of those people who reads most labels on food products before you purchase and eat them, then you are scanning for additives and ingredients that either you are allergic to, are genetically modified, are processed, are dead or are simply not what you prefer to consume. You flip that product over and find that list, and you know most of the dangers, the carcinogens, the "repeat offenders" of health detriment which you've read about and researched, at least a little, but enough "to know better."

Health Basics: How do MSG, artificial sweeteners and gluten cause fast weight gain?

By Wells: (NaturalNews) People want that fast track to "fit," but there's a price to pay for tricking your body into losing weight, since tricks sometimes involve losing water weight and just postponing bad food habits. There is no fast track to losing weight, but there is a permanent way to achieve and maintain your ideal body weight.

The truth about MSG and its addictive, neurotoxic side effects

By Edwards: (NaturalNews) MSG, or monosodium glutamate, is a food additive found in nearly every processed food, and you may not realize it due to its many, many names.

Monosodium glutamate escaped extensive testing because it is derived from an amino acid, glutamtate, one of the building blocks of protein. There are twenty such amino acids, many of which our bodies can produce on their own, while some of them our bodies cannot.

The common ingredient 'yeast extract' is functionally identical to MSG


"Yeast extract" is an innocuous-sounding ingredient that forms the base of several popular condiments worldwide, including Marmite, Vegemite, Promite, Oxo, Cenovis and Vitam-R. Yet, chemically, yeast extract is highly similar to MSG (monosodium glutamate).

The bitter truth about MSG


A bite of that flavored two-minute noodles can be tasty, yet what seems like a harmless quick eat might be anything but that. Monosodium glutamate, known in common parlance as MSG is a flavor enhancing food additive with a dubious reputation for causing many illnesses when eaten regularly. Obesity, hypertension, migraine, asthma to name but a few, are conditions consumers are more than likely to come into contact with. According to studies, an estimated 50 percent of the general population cannot tolerate MSG.
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Are you eating for life or death? That is the question


Everything you purchase, whether it is to eat, drink, or put on your skin, is a choice you make which either supports life or supports death. What are you buying next? Are you buying aspartame, MSG, GMO, bleached foods and fluoridated water? Are you buying medicine that was made in a lab that makes you sicker, or are you buying organic food, nature's food, and herbs and natural remedies? Do you know about Superfoods, or are you not even aware of that choice? It's time to double think every choice, to plan ahead and make informed, educated choices. Are you buying organic seeds? Are you growing your food in organic soil? Are you watering that soil with non-fluoridated, non-chlorinated, non-medicated water? In fact, are you buying spring water to drink, and I mean real spring water, not bottled tap water?

Why you should be concerned about MSG


Consumption of MSG causes numerous side effects, including headaches, migraines, muscle spasms, nausea, rashes, anaphylaxis, seizures, depression and heart irregularities. MSG is known to cause damage to the nervous system. In fact, there are whole classes of chemicals that can produce similar damage because they all share one important property, neurotoxins. When neurons are exposed to these substances, they become very excited and rapidly fire impulses until they reach a state of extreme exhaustion. Several hours later these neurons suddenly die, as if they were excited to death. As a result, neuroscientists have dubbed this class of chemicals "excitotoxins".
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