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    Tips for Keeping MSG Out of Your Diet

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    Tips for Keeping MSG Out of Your Diet

    Post by JesSDA on September 2nd 2012, 9:26 am

    Tips for Keeping MSG Out of Your Diet

    In general, if a food is processed you can assume it contains MSG (or one of its pseudo-ingredients). So if you stick to a whole, fresh foods diet, you can pretty much guarantee that you’ll avoid this toxin.
    The other place where you’ll need to watch out for MSG is in restaurants. You can ask your server which menu items are MSG-free, and request that no MSG be added to your meal, but of course the only place where you can be entirely sure of what’s added to your food is in your own kitchen.
    To be on the safe side, you should also know what ingredients to watch out for on packaged foods. Here is a list of ingredients that ALWAYS contain MSG:

    Autolyzed Yeast Calcium Caseinate Gelatin Glutamate Glutamic Acid Hydrolyzed Protein Monopotassium Glutamate Monosodium Glutamate Sodium Caseinate Textured Protein Yeast Extract Yeast Food Yeast Nutrient

    These ingredients OFTEN contain MSG or create MSG during processing:x

    Flavors and Flavorings Seasonings Natural Flavors and Flavorings Natural Pork Flavoring Natural Beef Flavoring Natural Chicken Flavoring Soy Sauce Soy Protein Isolate Soy Protein Bouillon Stock Broth Malt Extract Malt Flavoring Barley Malt Anything Enzyme Modified Carrageenan Maltodextrin Pectin Enzymes Protease Corn Starch Citric Acid Powdered Milk Anything Protein Fortified Anything Ultra-Pasteurized

    So if you do eat processed foods, please remember to be on the lookout for these many hidden names for MSG.Reference: x. Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation, Samuels, Jack “MSG Dangers and Deceptions”

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