MSG: The Hidden Source of Belly Fat – Dr. Berg

Posted on Sep 09, 2016

EZ Diet Note:  This is so basic; I don’t mean to imply most of you don’t know this already. We do get a lot of new people stopping in and an occasional reminder is warranted. MSG is a big key issue in the food supply; especially in restaurant and fast-food franchises competing for your insatiable appetite for this nuero-excito toxin (drug) that increases the feel good hormone serotonin.  You get hooked, and the manufacturers know this. This short video is done well by Dr. Berg.

MSG or monosodium glutamate is one of the most common flavor enhancers in the market.

MSG intensifies the taste buds of your mouth. It makes food taste better than it really is. It can trick the taste buds in your mouth into eating lower quality food so that the food manufacturing companies can make more profits. But, it has major side-effects.

It is very addictive, you eat more food, it increases serotonin and it increases insulin by 300%. It is classified as modified food starch.

You would be surprised how many foods in a regular grocery store has modified food starch.

What is Insulin?

Insulin is the main hormone that make people fat. In the presence of insulin, you are not going to be able to burn any fat.

All 6 fat burning hormones are completely blocked by this hormone called insulin. This hormone is triggered by sugars, fine carbs and MSG.

MSG triggers triglycerides which are blood fats, a fatty liver and all sorts of health problems. MSG is in fast foods. Most companies hide the fact that their ingredients have MSG by renaming it to:

Modified Corn Starch

Natural Flavors

Smoke Flavors

Autolyzed Yeast Extract

For more information about Dr. Berg’s 3-day intensive program in Alexandria, Virginia, call 703-354-7336.

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