MSG, or monosodium glutamate, has long been an additive used to enhance flavor in foods — but is it good for you? The short answer is no, but it isn’t as simple as merely raising your blood pressure or giving you a headache.
While MSG is cheap to use, it can also be addictive, creating additional hunger pains and other symptoms. You may find yourself struggling with a number of side effects, either exacerbated or caused by its consumption.
Fred Fletcher of Wellness.com has a list of 85 ways MSG can make you sick. Check it out here >>>.
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