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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Excitotoxins: The Taste that Kills

Gene Editing — Really Scary Technology? Eye opener, anyone interested in nutrition and especially all parents should read this one. The author says that the book is for the lay person, but the book is rather technical which was alright for me though, it just challenges me to think harder. For those intelligent enough to see past the veil of lies placed upon us all at birth, the answers are scary. I got what I wanted from this book after just a few chapters, which is: 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.

Thus the people would be more vulnerable to the devastating neurodegenerative diseases.

Nutritional Counseling Free Consultation. Excitotocins suggestion is to do some research on the internet to find out more about this. July 11, at 4: He linked MSG toxicity to many degenerative brain disea The author says that the book is for the lay person, but the book is rather technical which was alright for me though, it just challenges me to think harder.


Once dxcitotoxins read this book, triple check your cupboards because most packaged foods have these mystery ingredients in them, even your favorite ‘health’ foods. At times, all three diseases, ALS, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s, have developed one after the other in the same patients.

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

One study which was recently done indicated that the previous studies that said phenylalanine does not increase in the brain, what it showed is that this really was kind of a deceptive study in that they homogenated or ground up the entire brain of these animals and measured phenylalanine levels.

Glutamate, as monosodium glutamate MSG is added to many foods.

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. This review is my opinion. He lectures widely to both lay and professional medical audiences on a variety of nutritional subjects. 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.

It has clearly shown that these substances accumulate in very high concentrations within the brain. Blaylock was one of the first neurosurgeons to utilize high-intensity nutritional supplementation in craniocerebral trauma patients, which met with great success.

This book is full of medical jargon and difficult to read. Another problem seen in children is exposure to excess lead from the environment, such as old lead paint. Jul 02, Angie Libert rated it really liked it. The author doesn’t try to build a model based on causality but the language used sometimes leads the reader to forget that f This book provided adequate and fundamental information regarding excitotoxins to the point where I feel comfortable defining the terms for others.


Feb 14, Carol rated it liked it. The editing could’ve been better, but the information presented was excellent and the material was well cited. To hear more about Dr.

June 20, at Books by Russell L. Blaylock has written and illustrated three books. Russel Blallock on your show. The Taste That Kills and how they are related to diseases of the nervous system.

Jun 26, Melissa rated it did not like it. It is filled with so much information about the brain, neurons, food, and excitotoxins.

It is a book that should be read by all health professionals. Open Preview See a Problem?

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The danger of the cumulative effects of exciting our brain cells to death seems to be a no brainer to me. Instead, he suggested following a list of common quackery warning signs.

Inhe published Health and Nutrition Secrets That Can Save Your Lifea book about how avoiding toxins in everyday food could help you live longer. Jun 03, Anna added it Shelves: Jun 26, Tami rated it liked it Shelves: Drink green tea to prevent diabetes and treat cancer. Free Radicals and Calcium “The final common effect of exposure to large doses of excitotoxic amino acids [is] the release of free radicals within the neurons triggered by the influx of calcium.

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