Vudojora Should food manufacturers cut back? This could explain why some people cannot diet away their obesity. These substances pass through the placenta to developing children, excitotoxlns are known to cause acute symptoms of weakness, headaches, and muscle cramps while exciting brain cells to the point of killing them, leaving lesions on the brain. Follow the Author But if you want the whole story up until publication. People must be warned. Books by Russell L.
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Shelves: healthy-living , general-non-fiction I had a hard time getting through this book. I felt like I was reading something intended for medical professionals. 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".
The first chapter is optional Needless to say, this I had a hard time getting through this book. Needless to say, this "crash course in how the brain works" was very discouraging for me. I spent quite a bit of time reading and re-reading the 20 page chapter so that I felt I understood and retained most of it.
I have always avoided aspartame, and since reading this have been trying my best to avoid msg and msg containing ingredients hydrolyzed vegetable and yeast extracts, etc. The danger of the cumulative effects of exciting our brain cells to death seems to be a no brainer to me. Pun intended A good read for those who like to distrust "the man"..
May be of special interest for those who are pregnant, nursing, have children, those who have experienced trauma to their brains injuries, fevers, strokes, etc and those who have neurological disorders that could be cause by or aggravated by the consumption of excitiotoxins. My main gripe is that it seems to be geared towards incitement and fear-based tactics to inform.
EXCITOTOXINS THE TASTE THAT KILLS PDF
Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills
Excitotoxins: The Taste that Kills