Russell L. Blaylock, MD, has written Excitotoxins: The Taste that Kills,1 in which he explains that certain amino acids when overly abundant in the brain can. According to Russell L. Blaylock, a neurosurgeon and author of Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills, excitotoxins have also been linked to human neurological. Excitotoxins are everywhere, Blaylock said, hidden in food additives like MSG and aspartame, causing ailments like cancer, ALS, Alzheimer’s.

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Japanese cooks had found that MSG made even the most bland recipes “taste scrumptious. Blaylock is concerned about many situations that can result in low blood sugar with the consequent reduced brain energy level and ability to detoxify excitotoxins. The quack behind the MSG scare is still stoking fear for profit. In addition, they conducted neuroanatomical studies together with the aim of developing improved approaches in vascular intracranial surgery.

Oct 31, Shannon added it Recommends it for: After he lost family members to cancer despite conventional treatment, he set out to find why medical science fails cancer patients when there are so many obvious cures, like Vitamin C, sage, and green tea. The reality is that all of these ingredients deliver the same harmful side effects as MSG itself. In the introduction the author states that the book is “written mainly for the lay public, but also for those trained in medical science and biology”.

July 11, at 4: He tells documentarian Ty Bollinger that flavonoids like curcumin, quercetin, and ellagic acid can protect the brain from cancer and chemotherapy. This was a very informative read, with chilling implications about the destructive power of excititoxins in the human body, but the author spent so much time making this book into a primer on brain function that he nearly lost his own point. It was about the dangers of monosodium glutamate, or MSG, the target of a health scare that started with a letter to the editor written by a doctor who was mistaken for a medical opinion.


I don’t know if I’ll finish this one.

It also needed stronger editing. Natives of Guam who immigrated to the United States and were no longer exposed to any of the cycad flour still blaylovk the neurodegenerative diseases years later at ten to fifteen times the American rate. One need only look to the Asiatic countries where this ingredient was invented and is still generously used.

Aside from being harmful — more than enough reasons to avoid foods with any additives. How can I find out the truth? Also a little dated by now, 17 years later. Inhe published Natural Strategies for the Cancer Patientwhich showed the dangers of chemotherapy against better, more natural treatment options like fresh vegetables and supplements.

The idea is that, supposedly, certain food can cause excitotoxicity when an otherwise healthy person eats it. Today Excitotoxinz is added to most soups, chips, fast foods, frozen foods, ready-made dinners, and canned goods.

Dr. Russell Blaylock on Excitotoxins, Chemtrails, Cancer, Fluoride and Vaccines

Preview — Excitotoxins by Russell L. But, when they repeated this study and measured the amount of phenylalanine in particular areas of the brain they found the phenylalanine tends to accumulate in the critical areas of the brain so that while the whole brain has normal blalyock levels, these critical parts of the brain have very high phenylalanine levels. My suggestion is to do some research on the internet to find out more about this.

Blaylock explains in detail and with excellent illustrations exactly which areas excitoroxins the brain are involved in the neurodegenerative diseases: Blaylock is not a dentist.


The quack behind the MSG scare is still stoking fear for profit | The Outline

However, glutathione can only be formed from these amino acids when magnesium, potassium, and sufficient energy are all present. The bits of information I got from skimming through were good. How can that person simultaneously be an expert on vaccines, MSG, agriculture, chemtrails, and the deleterious effects of aluminum cookware? See 1 question about Excitotoxins…. But I really enjoyed this book.

Diseases we thought we had destroyed, like whooping cough and measlesare spreading and killing vulnerable kids.

Unlike his later work, these ideas were peer-reviewed and backed by scientific rigor. Sep 26, Laura rated it really liked it.

He also worked closely with Dr. Kempe over the ensuing years, who at age 91 continues to study neuroanatomy, ornithology and is an editor of a major journal on medieval studies. It would seem obvious even to the layman that you would not use a control excitotpxins to compare to a known toxin if the control contained the same class of chemical toxin.

I think there is a lot to be said for what’s in exccitotoxins book, but it is written in alarmist fashion which damages its credibility. Many biochemicals can act as neurotransmitters in the brain—some excite our neurons; others calm them.

George Schwartz, the author of his own MSG book who has since lost his medical licensein the forward.

Exercise can also “produce rather profound states of hypoglycemia.