MSG Monosodium Glutamate
Vaccine ingredients  Food Inc

[In every vaccine under hydrolyzed gelatin  (which is at least 10% pure free glutamic acid the most active form of glutamate 1) where it affects the formation of glutathione.]

See: Aspartame  Glutathione


[2016] Artificial sweeteners can reduce fertility

[2012 June] MSG Hidden in Variety of Foods and Contributing To Illness

[2006] The Slow Poisoning of Mankind. A Report on the Toxic Effects of the Food Additive Monosodium Glutamate Presented by John Erb of Canada to the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee On Food Additives

[2009 Nov] Scientific Link To Autism Identified
[pdf press release] Scientific Link to Autism Identified

MSG Activist forced drugged

E mails from Carol Hoernlein

[2009 jan] MSG and Autism By John Erb

[2008] IACC meeting Carol Hoernlein, P.E.  free glutamic acid which is found in EVERY VACCINE in the US, affects the formation of glutathione - which one of the genes for ASD codes for. Glutathione gets rid of mercury from any source. The mercury doesn't have to be in the vaccine for vaccines to cause heavy metal injury. That is why you all have to get off your thimerosol high horse to get at the truth. The vaccines cause heavy metal injury even when the vaccines DON'T have mercury in them.

[2005] MSG - The Slow Poisoning Of America  

MSG In Vaccines by Jack Samuels /Yurko Project


Russell L. Blaylock, M.D.
John Erb
Carol Hoernlein
George R. Schwartz
Dr Olney MD

Sites: (Carol Hoernlein, P.E.)

[2009] Sudden Cardiac Death and Food Excitotoxin Additives by Russell L. Blaylock, MD

[2005] MSG - The Slow Poisoning Of America  
Slow Poisoning of America by Donna Russell

Proof MSG Causes Obesity In Experimental Studies

Battling the MSG Myth

Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills by Russell Blaylock, M.D
The Slow Poisoning of America
In Bad Taste: The Msg Symptom Complex : How Monosodium Glutamate Is a Major Cause of Treatable and Preventable Illnesses, Such As Headaches, Asthma, Epilepsy, heart by George R. Schwartz
Battling the MSG Myth by Deborah L. Anglesey