Synchromysticism

" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

May 9, 2012

MSG on the Brain and MSG on the Chest Sync

 I was surfing a bloggers of sync list called 
The Synchronicity and Semiotic List  
while wearing the above t-shirt and saw this entry called  
"MSG on the Brain" by iAhuasca, so I took that as my que to check it out.
It was quite interesting and reminded me of a book I had purchased and was yet to read called Excitotoxins by Russell .L. Blaylock M.D.
and the excellent documentary Sweet Misery, which is about aspartame and MSG.
Michael J Fox was admittedly a diet cola addict, so this might go a long way to explaining what brought on his illness...just food (?) for thought...and not very good food (?) at that *- ) 
Crystalline Monosodium Glutamate is similar in appearance to Cocaine, crack, or heroin. Like other dangerous substances, it is processed from natural sources.
You can read more about MSG here;
Monosodium Glutamate MSG Health Dangers and Side Effects of Toxic Additives and Excitotoxins

3 comments:

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

A strange sequence of synchros here!My dad had parkinson's, but didn't use aspartame or msg. I suspect his illness was triggered by a long time exposure to an electrical transformer box that was 20 feet from his bedroom window. Not that the power companies would ever admit such a thing.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

MSG is an additive,so it's in a lot of stuff that you wouldn't probably know it was in,like Chinese food,potato chips,noodles,tinned soups,cookies (especially chicken flavoured ones),etc.
Aspartame is in just about all sugarless gum and candy,as well as all diet colas.

Mike Perry said...

MSG is one of the things that puts me off Chinese take-aways. I guess, as with all things, moderation is the key, however boring that may be.