Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
- Several vaccines contain Monosodium Glutamate (MSG).
- MSG is used as a food additive but is also used as a stabilizer to help vaccines remain unchanged when exposed to heat, light, acidity or humidity, according to the CDC.
- MSG is known to be an “excitotoxin,” which is a term used to describe a class of chemicals (usually amino acids) that over-stimulate neuron receptors in the brain, causing them to die.
- MSG consumption through foods is notorious for causing headaches in some people and can also cause fatigue, disorientation and heart palpitation, per the Mayo Clinic.