brain food


Dr. Russell Blaylock is an astounding neurosurgeon. Twenty-six years of practicing medicine and he has now decided to hang up his practice and he is now exclusively involved in research. His experience and studies are astounding. His primary research is excitotoxins, brain function, and nutritional protection of the brain. To say the least, I find it fascinating. Excitotoxins are a special group of amino acids that are the building blocks of protein that we call glutamate, aspartate, and cysteine. Food manufacturers add tons of these excitotoxins to foods of all kinds…yes, including baby food! The only reason glutamate and similar excitotoxins are added to foods is because they enhance the taste of foods. They also need the foods to be addictive. Monosodium Glutamate (MSG), a very popular excitotoxin, triples the amount of insulin the pancreas creates, causing rats (and humans) to become obese. It can also cause brain damage in your…

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