Ok, I got a ton of emails asking me about the following:
Avoid Putting the Weight Back On
I accidentally created a diet that not only drops weight, but also keeps it off. Here is a giant article on The Diet Nutritional Plan I created and lost 64 pounds with. As I described in a past article, I based my diet off of about 20 Nutritionist Textbooks. It is a very simple diet, just avoid food high in fat, cholesterol and salt. Well in doing so, I cut out a food additive accidentally called MSG. By doing this, I now can’t eat anything unhealthy. Hence, permanent weight loss.
What is MSG?
Monosodium Glutamate (MSG), is a salt that is not used to preserve food, but instead to flavor it inexpensively. It fools your taste buds into thinking that the food you are eating is healthy and rich in protein, when it probably isn’t.
Protein rich foods are expensive, so how do fast food companies give you the protein your body desires for a buck? They load it up with MSG, that fools your body! Another benefit for fast food companies, is that MSG acts as an anti-appetite suppressant that drops your blood sugar levels so you feel hungry when you aren’t.
To put it simply, MSG allows food companies to sell you extremely cheap food stuff that stimulates your hunger by adding a cheap additive.
What Does MSG do to Me?
MSG has been shown to cause these problems in numerous lab tests:
How Long Did it Take you to Become Allergic to MSG? (What Happens?)
Remember this was an accident, but I’m happy it did. I noticed that certain foods gave me stomach cramps about 2 1/2 months into the diet. The first thing that made me sick was salad from a salad bar. I didn’t know what was happening or why, but I received stomach cramps that lasted about 3 hours. They weren’t terrible, but not fun either.
What foods contain MSG?
MSG is found in a countless number of products. I’ll go over the most common ones here.
You can see here that if I’m forced to avoid every item on this list it will be pretty easy to keep the weight off. Really what are you giving up? Chips, Powdered Food Stuff and Fast Food. Don’t worry, you’ll be happy you did.
What should do I do if I accidentally eat MSG?
Accidentally I decreased the stomach cramps by taking two Ibuprofens. MSG is known as a glutamate and it just so happens that Ibuprofen is a glutamate blocker. The best results I received came from drinking a can of Red Bull, because I later read Red Bull contains a large amount of Taurine and Vitamin B6, which fight the negative effects of MSG.
Here are some other things that have been found to help others:
You don’t need any of these things if you just avoid MSG all together.
That’s All Folks
I hope that answers all of your questions, but if you have anymore just write them in the comments section below.
Till next time…