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Is Msg Bad For Your Health?

Monosodium glutamate (MSG) is the sodium salt of glutamic acid, one of the most abundant naturally occurring non-essential amino acids. MSG is naturally found in foods like: Tomatoes Parmesan cheese Mushrooms Soy sauce As well as many other foods So the simple reality is that most of us eat MSG every single day, even on a Paleo or Vegan diet. MSG and Umami Variously described as "savory," "meaty" or "earthy," umami has come to be recognised as the fifth taste, in addition to sweet, salty, sour and bitter. Just as sugar is sweet and lemons are sour, glutamates are umami and make food yummy. In that list above you may notice these ingredients are commonly included in recipes. This is almost certainly because of the flavour enhancing effects that come from their MSG content. For many years I thought MSG in Chinese and processed foods made me thirsty. Then (while trying to replicate the recipe for KFC at home) I discovered that for me MSG does not make me thirsty. Not at all. So while there is something in many processed foods that does have an adverse impact on me, my personal experimentation on me indicates it's not actually MSG. As far as health impacts go MSG is thing to which we a Continue reading >>

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  1. Hira Mailk

    Having bad breath is kind of like getting toilet paper stuck to the bottom of your foot: usually harmless, but so awkward that nobody will tell you about it. At the microbial level, bad breath happens when the naturally occurring bacteria in our mouths break down

  2. Roy Chambers

    This is a really interesting question. Let me start you off with a fun fact. If you rub raw onions on someone’s feet then 10 minutes later they will have the taste of onions in their mouth and have onion breath.
    The reason is that the onion smell gets into their blood and then travels around the body.
    So basically the moral of the story is that your breath is a combination of what you just ate and internal sources. These include
    Things that get into blood (eg onion or alcohol and th)

    Bacteria in your mouth.

    The morning breath thing comes mostly from bacteria on the tongue, which is why you can buy a tongue brush as well as a toothbrush.

  3. Deepak Jaiswal

    What have we eaten before starvation ,The food particles of that got stucked in our teeth and between cheeck and gum.after a couple of time, bacteria starts fermentation on it. in particular, food particles start rottening. so as we know every rottening substance smells bad because of they evolve bad smelling gas.thats why our mouth smells bad after long starvation. (Fact- generally our mouth has more bacteria than on the toilet seat)

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