Saturday, June 23, 2012

Monosodium Glutamate tastes good, and MSG is good for you!

There is no legitimate, proven, medically endorsed connection to the maladies that most of you are attributing to MSG. You concerns are relegated to the same realm as vampire hunting, Sasquatch and unicorns. Unless you can prove it, don't bring it up. If you don't want to prove it - just don't eat it. And shut up about it. Maybe I have the order wrong.

A study done by Dr. Nicholas Maragakis and Dr. Jeffrey Rothstein posted in the Journal of Neurology called “Glutamate Transporters in Neurologic Disease”, found no connection to claims of neurological damage or migraines from even large quantities of MSG.

Yet another study by Dr. Stevenson called “Monosodium glutamate and asthma” (J. Nutr. 130: 1067S-1073S) found no connection with MSG increasing or worsening asthma.

And most recently last year, an article in the medical journal Clinical & Experimental Allergy reported that after more than a decade of study, no connection between MSG and allergies were ever found.



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  2. Disagree see studies and Dr. Russel Blaylock's description of what MSG can do to nerve cells. And studies on chemically similar aspartame and the non-industry studies which were covered up. Who sponsored the study in Clinical and Experimental Allergy?

  3. The FDA categorizes MSG as Group II, which means "generally recognized as safe." This category includes ingredients with a long history of use and some scientific research to back up their safety. Other Group II substances include common salt, cooking spices and sugar. This puts MSG in a group of relatively innocuous food ingredients

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