The Glutes make a big deal out of the fact that some of the
studies of MSG-toxicity were done with MSG administered
by injection to newborns animals (conveniently
forgetting the fact that other results of MSG-induced toxicity were based on
They suggested that injection
of MSG is more lethal than ingestion
of MSG, and in humans, they said, MSG isn’t injected. But that’s not entirely true. The
MSG used in vaccines is injected. Drawing on drug-culture vernacular, one could
say that the MSG in vaccines is mainlined.
The CDC list of vaccines and their excipients/additives follows. Highlighted are ingredients that contain the excitotoxic free glutamate found in MSG.
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Vaccines are certainly
among the most contentious issues you could possibly talk about these days, and
there are those who know a great deal more about the multitude
of concerns surrounding them than we do.
But we can tell you that there are
toxic ingredients in many vaccines that are almost
never discussed – the potentially excitotoxic manufactured
free glutamic acid (MfG) added to a wide variety of immunizations. A savvy grocery shopper can read labels to dodge MSG or the many
other MfG-containing ingredients used in
processed foods, but not so when it comes to vaccines. In
fact, the ingredients contained in what is meant to be injected into your body are
more of a secret than those contained in a loaf
of bread or jar of jam.
Many of the vaccines that contain excitotoxins such as monosodium glutamate, the hydrolyzed proteins and amino acids, are frighteningly intended for kids and seniors, those who are at the greatest risk of brain damage from these toxic chemicals.
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