Two weeks ago I had a very nasty experience that turned out to be acute MSG poisoning. It felt like having had a wooden steak hammered through the
middle of my back and coming out my chest, I underwent a 3 day fast,and I couldn't even keep water down for the first couple of days, only to wet my
mouth and lips. By day 3 I was taking Coconut water for electrolytics, and on day 4 I managed a banana, and then onto a coddled egg, then rice,
yogurt, and slowly back up now to chicken and seafood. I tried a small minute steak, but after a short while my lips became very dry and burning and
that lasted for 4 hours. Apparently they spray meat with some toxic substance to keep it looking good.
On day 4 I had the energy and interest to fire up my computer and check into a couple of things that had come to mind during my detox period, and sure
enough, found the MSG poisoning cause.
This site provided me with info and case histories of what others had experienced, and advice to get going again.
What I underwent due to being too ill to keep anything down was the equivalent to a water fast:
On reaching the state where your body goes into a different mode of metabolism, burning brown insted of white fat, you are then drawing on the bodies
energy reserves, and that provides the energy you need to allow you to slowly and gently start gwetting nutrition back in your system, but the brown
fat burning process will continue to provide the exta energy you need until it determines your nutrition input has reached sufficient levels that it
can swith modes again.
Since my system reboot, I have slowly been incorporating more items into my diet, making sure I am ingesting no MSG. Fortunately I like the new
subtle tastes my decontaminated taste organs now detect, and have been happy with eggs, rice, yogurt, and a great addition was the hemp seed hearts.
It can be used in combination with just about anything, even in a glass of milk. Whole milk that is, skimmed has some nasty cr@p added for some
I'm up to doing a nice chicken and prawns with sautéed green onions and celery, on wild rice now, so my eating experiences are not going to be
totally dull, and as I add more safe ingredients, the permutations mean eating should remain a pleasant, and now healthy, experience. And I haven't
even felt the need to experiment with spices yest, as my new taste senses are totally different than the old ones.
This site lists the known effects of MSG on different organs, senses and processes within the body.
I found this youtube video, 1 hour long, sound way out of sysnc, but this may be the most important hour of video (or you can just listen to the audio
really) you will ever see. In it, the Doctor tells of what he found, and how no mainstream media would cover the issue, and how he was warned by a
number of sources 'not to go there'. He mentions in the vid that he had 2 extra pieces of information that he was holding back as a protection
agains those who thretened him.
Well, I think I found those 2 extra effects that MSG has on the body, and they are the most destructive of all. Without too much trouble I learned it
accumulates, and at certain increasing levels it can trigger diseases or conditions we now assume are natural aging processes. The severity of these
ailments increases with the increase in accumulated MSG levels, hence the more debilitated we become as we 'age'. Rapid, transient changes in MSG
levels still trigger the familiar Chinese restaurant syndrome feelings, and most people assume the MSG might remain in their systems for a couple of
days, but it is only the spike in levels causing the restaurant symptoms that fades, not the accumulated background level, which will also rise too,
but does so slowly.
The second and most devastating mechanism is that this free MSG inhibits the bodies ability to automatically repair defects in the Myelin sheath that
is wrapped around the nerves. To put it a simply as possible, the Myelin sheath acts as an insulator around your nerves, as it does on an electrical
wire. When damage to the sheath from other ongoing electrical/chemical processes in the body, weaknesses in the insulation can allow electrical
signals to jump through to the nerve. In themselves these charge exchanges might not cause any reaction, but as the defects accumulate, as the body
can not repair them, then the 'noise' now present in the nervous system can interfere with the exquisitely balanced communications between the
bodies organs and glands. Enough noise initiates a chain reaction of miscommunication or loss of communication between body parts, and you end up with
a positive feedback system, where the problems multiply exponentially in the end. The body can not function correctly if its components can not
communicate effectively, ans as with MS, the end result is total failure of the system.