PUNJAB FOOD AUTHORITY BANS CHINESE SALT AFTER SCIENTIFIC PANEL FINDS IT HAZARDOUS FOR HEALTH

By Stephen Fox
Mission Possible New Mexico



Posted: 18 January 2018


This is in response to the article entitled, Punjab Food Authority Bans Chinese Salt After Scientific Panel Finds It Hazardous For Health, which may be found at:


This article's headlines contain a misnomer. In fact, it is not "Chinese"at all. The chemical MSG is made by Ajinomoto of Japan, and although 1) it is frequently found in Chinese food all over the world, 2) the syndrome is called the "Chinese restaurant syndrome," and 3) there are some factoriesmaking it in China, the real name referred to should be "MSG made by Ajinomoto of Japan."

In response to Monday's Punjab Food Authority decision to Ban MSG in the Punjab

As reported: Punjab Food Authority bans Chinese salt (Ajinomoto)

This is really great news for consumer protectionists all over the world! My commendations to the authorities who set this in motion. You have done something great here which should, in due course, have implications and repercussions all over the world. Thank you!

Both Pakistan and India could agree to one thing for sure, and that is to move on to the next step, that of banning aspartame, the artificial sweetener, another neurotoxic food additive made by Ajinomoto, then sue the hell out of them for the proven neurodegenerative harm done by both of their infernal products. Maybe Pakistan in winning such lawsuits could more than make up for any potential or eventual loss of American foreign aid for the next 3 years. Similar suits in the US against Tobacco manufacturers in the early 90's resulted in judgments of $235 Billion!

How those two horrible Ajinomoto products, MSG and Aspartame, ever passed the Haram/Halal test is beyond me! Bribes, maybe? Corporations preying on colossal ignorance?

This is just one important article, one of many, by my colleague, Dr. Betty Martini, to consider while taking the next step:

AJINOMOTO, ASPARTAME & BRAIN TUMORS: RECIPE FOR DEATH!
http://www.wnho.net/recipe_for_death.htm

Over one year ago, I published this article asking the Health Minister in India to ban aspartame, but he never replied. India's Health Minister Asked to Rescind Aspartame Approval https://www.laprogressive.com/rescind-aspartame-approval

Clearly, the Punjab Food Safety Minister is taking his responsibilities far more seriously, to the benefit of Punjabis' overall long range good health.

Respectfully, Stephen Fox
New Millennium Fine Art
Santa Fe New Mexico USA