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The makers...told me that it does not contain MSG, but the ingredients include whey protein isolate and whey protein concentrate as well as "natural flavors."
Subj: Re: MSG list of foods
Date: 5/5/2002 12:11:10 PM Pacific Daylight Time
I have had these MSG symptoms for 2 months
and before I go to the doctor, I am going to go on a diet that contains
no MSG type foods. Can you tell me if homemade yogurt made from whole
milk and cream and nothing else would contain MSG? I would like to
eat yogurt for the next couple of days to see if my symptoms go away, but
cannot find anything that tells me if whole milk is all right to use.
I think my problem is a whey protein powder that I bought a few months
ago and which I use to make muffins and other baked goods. The makers(EAS
Products) told me that it does not contain MSG, but the ingredients include
whey protein isolate and whey protein concentrate as well as "natural flavors".
I have been eating about 12 other things on your lists such as citric acid,
yeast, parmesan cheese and gelatin. I believe after reading your
information that I am full of MSG. I had stopped eating Chinese food
6 years ago because the MSG caused cranial pressure and head
"fog" for days. I just recently started eating the protein powder and parmesan cheese .Thanks for your help. I am always amazed at the people that allow MSG and Nutrasweet on the market when it is obvious that these products cause a lot of pain and suffering for the masses. Too much greed. G...
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