What M1D is and isn't...the science behind it

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    This is best you have to offer to affirm your position that aspartate is safe…
    Five divergent sentences and two irrelevant hyperlinks.

    “Aspartame is not zinc aspartate”
    Which I already clarified in the post of 12-12-2013

    “Skeptical retirement”
    Dr. Mercola has retired from clinical practice.

    “Formulated at 40mg by Hans A. Nieper, M.D, who was much more renowned for his work with MS and cancer”
    Hans Nieper is not an authority on excitotoxicity and has not published any papers on the subject.

    “The link above shows studies to discredit the majority of his statements”
    False. It does not.
    An anonymous author with no credentials who is a self-appointed medical authority on Dr. Russell L. Baylock
    The text contains many erroneous hyperlinks that discredit the article and there are zero citations of Dr. Baylock’s scholarly works.

    “He and Mercola both say not to get vaccinated against H1N1 because it's not dangerous......and you still believe them?”
    And with good reason…

    Dr. Mercola:
    The Canadian press recently broke the story that new research confirms initial findings that the flu vaccine appeared to actually increase people's risk of getting sick with H1N1, and cause more serious bouts of illness to boot.

    According to the Vancouver Sun:

    “Researchers, led by Vancouver's Dr. Danuta Skowronski, an influenza expert at the B.C. Centre for Disease Control, noticed in the early weeks of the [2009 H1N1] pandemic that people who got a flu shot for the 2008-09 winter seemed to be more likely to get infected with the pandemic virus than people who hadn't received a flu shot. Five studies done in several provinces showed the same unsettling results.”

    Full Article
    Confirmed! Flu Vaccine INCREASES Risk of Serious Pandemic Flu Illness
    September 18, 2012
    mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/09/18/flu-shot-increases-flu-illness.aspx

    You keep coming back for more and enjoy linking to things without tying them together
    Seems like an accurate description of your posts

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    Aspartate Induced Brain Damage


    Aspartate Induced Brain Damage

    1) Glutamate and aspartate impair memory retention and damage hypothalamic neurons in adult mice.
    Toxicology Letters, 2000 May 19;115(2):117-25.

    We examined the effects of systemic administration of monosodium glutamate (MSG) or aspartate (ASP) on the memory retention and neuronal damage in the brains of adult mice. Compared with the control mice, a single intraperitoneal injection of either 4.0 mg/g MSG or 0.5 mg/g ASP after acquisition trial significantly shortened the response latency in the passive avoidance test, accompanying by the transient weight loss. Histopathological analysis of the brains of these mice revealed that neurons in the arcuate nucleus of hypothalamus were damaged markedly by MSG (4.0 mg/g) or ASP (0.5 mg/g). Other brain areas including cerebral cortex and hippocampus did not show any pathological changes. These findings suggest that systemic administration of MSG or ASP could impair memory retention and damage hypothalamic neurons in adult mice.

    2) Glutamate-type hypothalamic-pituitary syndrome in mice treated with aspartate or cysteate in infancy
    Journal of Neural Transmission
    Volume 35, Issue 3, pp 207-215, 1974

    Monosodium L-glutamate (MSG), a neuroexcitatory amino acid is known to destroy hypothalamic (arcuate nucleus) neurons and give rise to subsequent obesity, skeletal stunting and reduced mass of pituitaries, ovaries and testes when administered subcutaneously to infant rodents. Here it is demonstrated that the same hypothalamic lesion and syndrome of neuroendocrine manifestations occurs following treatment of infant mice with either of two other neuroexcitatory amino acids (L-cysteic or L-aspartic acids) which destroy arcuate neurons but not from a structurally related amino acid (DL-α-aminoadipic acid) which lacks neuroexcitatory properties and spares arcuate neurons.

    3) Brain Damage in Infant Mice following Oral Intake of Glutamate, Aspartate or Cysteine
    Nature Vol. 227, 8 August 1970
    nature.com/nature/journal/v227/n5258/pdf/227609b0.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fresprt View Post
    Seems like an accurate description of your posts
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    not sure if you get the point yet....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fresprt View Post
    Aspartate Induced Brain Damage

    1) Glutamate and aspartate impair memory retention and damage hypothalamic neurons in adult mice.
    Toxicology Letters, 2000 May 19;115(2):117-25.

    We examined the effects of systemic administration of monosodium glutamate (MSG) or aspartate (ASP) on the memory retention and neuronal damage in the brains of adult mice. Compared with the control mice, a single intraperitoneal injection of either 4.0 mg/g MSG or 0.5 mg/g ASP after acquisition trial significantly shortened the response latency in the passive avoidance test, accompanying by the transient weight loss. Histopathological analysis of the brains of these mice revealed that neurons in the arcuate nucleus of hypothalamus were damaged markedly by MSG (4.0 mg/g) or ASP (0.5 mg/g). Other brain areas including cerebral cortex and hippocampus did not show any pathological changes. These findings suggest that systemic administration of MSG or ASP could impair memory retention and damage hypothalamic neurons in adult mice.

    2) Glutamate-type hypothalamic-pituitary syndrome in mice treated with aspartate or cysteate in infancy
    Journal of Neural Transmission
    Volume 35, Issue 3, pp 207-215, 1974

    Monosodium L-glutamate (MSG), a neuroexcitatory amino acid is known to destroy hypothalamic (arcuate nucleus) neurons and give rise to subsequent obesity, skeletal stunting and reduced mass of pituitaries, ovaries and testes when administered subcutaneously to infant rodents. Here it is demonstrated that the same hypothalamic lesion and syndrome of neuroendocrine manifestations occurs following treatment of infant mice with either of two other neuroexcitatory amino acids (L-cysteic or L-aspartic acids) which destroy arcuate neurons but not from a structurally related amino acid (DL-α-aminoadipic acid) which lacks neuroexcitatory properties and spares arcuate neurons.

    3) Brain Damage in Infant Mice following Oral Intake of Glutamate, Aspartate or Cysteine
    Nature Vol. 227, 8 August 1970
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    I bet he cycles his creatine and follows iifym religiously

  

  
 

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