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Campbell's to remove MSG from kids' soups, announces phase-out of artificial additives

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(NaturalNews) Major progress is being made at Campbell Soup Company. The leading soup manufacturer has announced they will be introducing a new line of organic products to appeal to rising tide of health conscious consumers. Notably, the company also has plans to remove an artificial additive called monosodium glutamate (MSG). This synthetic, salt form of an amino acid was first isolated from a Japanese sea weed called kombuin after World War II. It is commonly used by food manufacturers today to addict consumers' brains to common food products.

As an excitotoxin, MSG signals the brain to produce excess dopamine, making the person feel good about the food product they are eating. This tricky flavor-enhancing technique is one of the reasons why consumers become addicted to certain processed foods and eat them over and over again.

Campbell Soup Company raising the bar for both the food and vaccine industry

MSG is manufactured into a host of common products including canned soups, barbecue sauce, salad dressings, soy sauces, flavored crackers, bouillon cubes, and infant formulas. It's also an additive in some vaccines. MSG is said to protect the vaccine from changes in humidity and heat, but it also negatively affects the mind and body of a person once consumed or injected.

Whether it's in soups or vaccines, MSG can destroy the nervous system of the recipient. As an excitotoxin, MSG stimulates neuron receptors to their max, causing the neuron cells to die off. This inflammation can readily occur in the hypothalamus region of the brain, negatively affecting metabolism, pituitary hormones, and sleep, while wreaking havoc on the activities of the entire autonomic nervous system. The hypothalamus region is especially vulnerable to MSG onslaught because there is no blood-brain barrier protecting it. This renders vaccine-injected MSG even more dangerous because it has an easy entrance into the bloodstream, bypassing gastrointestinal filters straight to the unprotected regions of the brain.

If food companies can remove MSG from their deceptive food product chemistry, then vaccine manufacturers can get rid of it too!

Campbell Soup Company is not only giving the food industry something better to strive for, but they are also raising the bar for vaccine manufacturers by simply eliminated synthetic MSG.

"What we've been doing is reinventing the company for a better growth trajectory," said Denise Morrison, Campbell's chief executive, in an interview. "We recognize an important part of that is reshaping the portfolio."

Part of this revamped portfolio includes a new line of organic Plum line purees for children and a fresh selection of Pepperidge Farm Goldfish crackers made with organic wheat. By 2018, the company promises to remove all artificial colors and flavors from its North American market. The Pepperidge Farm fresh breads will be getting a makeover too as the company takes out high fructose corn syrup from the bread. And, in 2016, all new products will be free of corn syrup too.

The cumulative negative effect of all these food additives is taking a toll on the population. People are figuring out what's making them suppressed, diseased, depressed and brain damaged. The demand for cleaner food and cleaner medicine continues to grow.

Companies looking to survive the rising storm of consumers wanting to take their health back should follow the example of Campbell and start removing those sinister artificial ingredients (like MSG) that are tricking the brain and exciting neurons to their death.







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