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my attacks of tacky cardia (severe heart racing and feinting) have not occurred in a month!
Subj: msg intolerance
Date: 5/20/2002 1:09:39 PM Pacific Daylight Time
Thank you so much for the reply to my email. I have been following your advice to avoid MSG and processed foods and my attacks of tacky cardia (severe heart racing and feinting) have not occurred in a month! Thank you thank you thank you!
PS Is there anything I can do do help
the campaign to get food labelled properly?
In your letter to the Truth in Labeling Campaign, you asked if there was anything you could do to help the campaign to get food labeled properly. The answer is yes. For the only hope we have in the present industrial/political climate is to raise the levels of awareness of everyone who values their own health and the health of their children, and ask them, also, to let others know that processed free glutamic acid kills brain cells, is an endocrine disrupter, causes behavior and leaning disorders, and causes adverse reactions like migraine headache, skin rash, seizures, and tachycardia.
The answer lies in helping one person at a time understand the processed free glutamic acid (MSG) is harmful and recognize where it is hidden in cosmetics, drugs, and food. Ask your grocer for food without processed free glutamic acid (MSG) in it or on it. Ask your wine merchant for wine made from grapes that have not been treated with fertilizers, pesticides, etc that contain processed free glutamic acid (MSG). Talk to you doctors and dentists and any other health care professionals with whom you come in contact. Don't forget emergency room physicians and paramedics. They may do nothing -- but you will have made one more person aware that someone thinks that processed free glutamic acid (MSG) is a problem. If you're asking, ask over and over again. If you're talking, keep talking.
You can always help be identifying deceptive and misleading labels and passing them on to the Truth in Labeling Campaign so we can share them with others. We have a few listed on our Web page. And if you find any other sort of thing that is helpful to you, pass it along to us, also.
Good luck. Stay in touch.
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