Excitotoxicity of MSG (Monosodium glutamate)-Scientific Review
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Excitotoxicity of MSG (Monosodium glutamate)-Scientific Review

The most significant finding in the whole history of the food industry is one particular branch of neurotoxins that are called excitotoxins. The only relevant factor when dealing with neurotoxins is the level of exposure. The industry doesn’t deny all of the neurotoxic effects of glutamate and other excitotoxins. They just try to convince people that the level we eat from food is safe.

Food Industry- Hunger by design
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Food Industry- Hunger by design

A political strategy used in collaboration with international food cartels is to undermine countries farming production creating dependence on imports. As small farms disappear, withholding food or raising prices can then be strategically used as a war strategy to coerce cooperation. The country’s resources are siphoned elsewhere by importing overpriced food that could be supplied from within. Control of an entire economy and the nation that relies on imports of food is easily accomplished. Not with war, but with food, or the lack of it.

Food Industry- Historical review
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Food Industry- Historical review

Today the six privately held grain companies were carved out from the centuries-old Mesopotamian-Roman-Venetian-Burgundian-Swiss-Amsterdam grain trade route, which today extends around the world. They issue no public stocks. They don’t have an annual report. The food and raw materials cartel have complete control over the entire world grain trade. But it also controls dairy, oil and fats, meat, fruits and vegetables, sugar, and all forms of spices. The entire world’s food trade and food production, and the processing and distribution of every aspect of it are controlled.