MSG (monosodium glutamate) is a flavor enhancer they add to lots of food and drink. It makes you obese

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Examples of foods:
Fast food. One of the best-known sources of MSG is fast food. …
Chips and snack foods. Many manufacturers use MSG to boost the savory flavor of chips. …
Seasoning blends. …
Frozen meals. …
Soups. …
Processed meats. …
Condiments. …
Instant noodle products.

I had a flavored coffee this morning. The syrup contained natural flavors which is another name for MSG. My nose has been running ever since drinking the coffee

Other names for MSG
• Autolyzed yeast
• Autolyzed yeast protein
• Calcium glutamate
• Carrageenan
• Glutamate
• Glutamic acid
• Hydrolyzed corn
• Ingredients listed as hydrolyzed, protein fortified, ultra-pasteurized, fermented, or enzyme modified
• Magnesium glutamate
• Monoammonium glutamate
• Monopotassium glutamate
• Natural flavors (ask manufacturers their sources, to be safe)
• Pectin
• Sodium caseinate
• Soy isolate
• Soy sauce
• Textured protein
• Vegetable extract
• Yeast extract
• Yeast food

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Please read:
www.prevention.com/food-nutrition/a20472934/other-names-for-msg/

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