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Yes, MSG Is Safe to Eat, Plus Everything Else to Know About the Flavor Enhancer

By November 7, 2019In the News
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Published in Better Homes & Gardens magazine (online), October 24, 2019

Author: Karla Walsh,

“We turned to health pros and the latest scientific research for answers to the most common MSG mysteries—and to clear up some MSG myths—so you can order and eat wisely.”

“Based on current evidence, the headaches and palpitations anyone feels after eating food with MSG might be due to the placebo effect (in other words, perhaps a friend mentioned that recipes with MSG make her feel odd then you do too) or due to some other common component in the recipes that just happen to call for MSG or MSG-rich ingredients.”

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