Articles by Russell Blaylock, MD
List of Important Articles on the Internet

Aspartame and Pilots
ies, Damn Lies and Statistics About Mercury, Part 1
Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics About Mercury, Part 2
Is Glutamine Supplementation Helpful or Harmful?
The Killer Vaccines
An Honest Physician Warns of Serious Dangers

Special Report: Vaccines Can Kill
Special Report: Save Your Brain
Special Report: Cholesteral Drugs are Dangerous
Special Report: Why Fluoride is Toxic
Special Report: Heart Saver
Special Report: Survive Your Hospital Visit
Special Report: Health Exams
Special Report: Prevent Cancer
Special Report: Omega 3
Special Report: Autism
Special Report: Diabetes
Dr. Russell Blaylock is editor of The Blaylock Wellness Report, published by
Board-certified neurosurgeon Dr. Russell Blaylock is a retired Clinical Assistant Professor of  Neurosurgery at the Medical University of Mississippi. He has practiced neurosurgery for the past 24 years and runs a successful private nutritional practice.
Dr. Blaylock’s first book, Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills, demonstrated the link between food additives and degenerative diseases.
He also has contributed to medical textbooks and written and illustrated booklets on multiple sclerosis and bioterrorism.
Dr. Blaylock serves on the editorial staff of the Journal of the American Nutraceutical Association and the editorial board of the Medical Sentinel, the official journal of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons.

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Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills (Paperback) by Russell L. Blaylock

It is almost a cliche in this day and age for someone to ask the waiter at a Chinese restaurant 'no MSG, please,' as is the waiter's knowing smirk in response. MonoSodium Glutamate (MSG), or 'The essence of taste' (as coined by the Japanese), is used as a 'taste-enhancer' in nearly every form of processed food on the market today, though 'taste addiction' may be a more correct term. But what exactly does it do? And how is it harmful?

Dr. Russell L. Blaylock answers these questions and poses some startling evidence as to the eventual consequences of a heavy MSG-diet in his book _Excitotoxins: The Taste that Kills_. In basic terms, MSG (and other, similar agents) pierces the blood-brain barrier and over-stimulates the neurons of a brain to a deadly degree. Habitual intake among animal experiments has shown the development of tumors, memory loss, and a whole host of neurodegenerative diseases as the end result of excess excitotoxin intake, including Alzhiemer's, Parkenson's, Lou Gerhig's etc.

Walk into any gas station in the United States (or grocery store, for that matter) and, upon close investigation, you will find that 75%-90% of the available food has been 'enhanced' to some degree by excitotoxins. The chemical agents are often disguised by such ambiguous terms as 'spice' and 'natural flavors' or, my personal favorite, 'hydrolyzed vegetable protein.' A consumer society must have consumer slaves to keep it functioning; MSG is the crack cocaine of the food industry...and it is legally perpetuated by slush-fund advocates and a pork-glutted FDA. As proven again and again, money talks, ... [you can finish the maxim for me].

Blaylock's thesis is written in a technical style, but the use of repetition throughout each chapter hammer in his myriad points into the reader with precision and power. An important book for anyone concerned with the health of self and family. You are what you eat---but do you know _what_ it is you are eating, below the surface of taste/fulfillment?

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