MS and Parkinson’s symptoms from MSG and aspartame

The poisons found in artificial sweeteners and MSG

What do diet sodas and flavor-enhanced foods have in common?

As Dr. Gloria Gilbere explains, artificial sweeteners and MSG, found in many foods, are both excitotoxins. Excitotoxins are poisonous to the body: they release excessive neurotransmitters that damage nerve cells. The effects include heart palpitations, symptoms of MS and Parkinson’s, and eye diseases.

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