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Protection from MSG

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Monday, 14 Feb 2011 09:58 AM Current | Bio | Archive

Question: My husband is deathly allergic to MSG. How can he detoxify his body after ingesting MSG inadvertently?

Dr. Blaylock's Answer:

Toxicity from MSG, or monosodium glutamate, a food additive, can be greatly reduced by increasing one’s magnesium intake and taking other supplements. Magnesium dampens the glutamate receptor response. I take 500 mg of magnesium citrate/malate twice a day.

If you think you might be at risk of exposure, take dextromethorphan (cough syrup) before eating and every six hours after eating until bedtime. This blocks the NMDA glutamate receptors. But do not exceed the recommended dose. Another thing to do is mix 500 mg of magnesium citrate/malate with 8 ounces of water along with 1,000 mg of pyruvate after you eat. This brings relief and protects the heart and brain. A 1,000 mg dose of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) can also stop an attack.

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Question: My husband is deathly allergic to MSG. How can he detoxify his body after ingesting MSG inadvertently? Dr. Blaylock's Answer: Toxicity from MSG, or monosodium glutamate, a food additive, can be greatly reduced by increasing one s magnesium intake and taking other...
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