Excitotoxins Book Review
I’m not sure what to say about Excitotoxins other than confirming it carries an important message. But for most people who may read this post, there are many better books to spend money on. And they too will confirm that chemicals manufactured to replace sugars or make food taste better have no place in a human or any other living organism’s diet. It’s that simple.
But if you have spare Audible credit to use or need to use this book like the famous Alan Carr’s smoking cessation books, which are designed to scare you to death and make you stop smoking your way to death, then Excitotoxins could be used in the same manner.
The book presents its subject matter and the science well, it just gets a little too repetitive. But if you are interested in the subject, it is worth investing the time and hearing it from someone as credible as Dr Russell Blaylock, a neurosurgeon.
Publishers Book Summary
Ex·cí·to·tox·in: a substance added to foods and beverages that literally stimulates neurons to death, causing brain damage of varying degrees. Can be found in such ingredients as monosodium glutamate, aspartame (NutraSweet), cysteine, hydrolyzed protein, and aspartic acid.
Citing over five hundred scientific studies, Excitotoxins explores the dangers of aspartame, MSG, and other substances added to our food. This is an electrifying and important book that should be available to every American consumer.
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