MSG and the Brain

MSG and the brain... not a good combo!

We've heard of MSG and should know that it is hidden in most, if not all, fast food and the damage it does. It's infamous for its relationship with Chinese food. MSG is a type of neurotoxin called excitotoxin which we know has adverse affects on the brain.

They do their damage by overstimulating neuron receptors. Neuro receptors are responsible for brain cell communication. Overstimulation of these causes the cells to rapid fire. This tends to exhaust the cells to death.

Consuming excessive MSG may also result in headaches for some people!

MSG is commonly found in: frozen dinners, salad dressing, canned food, crackers, meat, fast food, or cafeteria food.

Check out this link to find sneaky names for MSG: 

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