How monosodium glutamate and other ingredients that contain MSG are manufactured (it's not what you think!)
Evidence that industry-sponsored studies used to substantiate the safety of MSG are so badly flawed as to be worthless.
Processed free glutamic acid (a.k.a. MSG) is a whole lot more than just a food additive called monosodium glutamate that “some” people need to avoid. It’s more than a headache after an MSG-spiked meal.
The industry that sells it has unlimited influence, and has mega dollars at stake in keeping MSG flowing freely -- unregulated and unlabeled.
Right now their propaganda machine is revved up and in full throttle. There is misinformation online, in print, and on TV in what appear to be “legit” presentations and articles -- even in cutesy videos that pop up on Facebook. All that hype, however, is constructed on six big fat lies. Learn what they are. Don’t be misled. Knowledge is power.
Falsehood #1: The glutamate contained in MSG is identical to the glutamate in the human body.
Falsehood #2: MSG is very well researched and found to be safe.
Falsehood #3: It must be safe since the FDA has said so.
Falsehood #4: MSG has been used for over a century without adverse reactions.
Falsehood #5: MSG is naturally made, similar to yogurt, vinegar and wine.
Falsehood #6: Monosodium glutamate occurs naturally in food.
Click on our links to learn what the truth looks like. You just might free yourself from all kinds of health issues – even ones that have been plaguing you for years.