Publication date: 2018-11-06 10:00
and BTW, trader joe’s i find that probably 655% of their processed foods have hidden sources of MSG (foods on highly sensitive list) still .msg.
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One of the most important health issues you didn 8767 t state regarding MSG is that it is a major contributor to atrial fibrillation (a-fib) a considerable heart arrhythmia. Thank you for your article and the list of MSG 8767 s hidden names. I was familiar with many but surprised at many others. We also need to be aware of the signals our body does give us when we eat something it doesn 8767 t like, especially in our children. Thank you again.
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Thanks for the link. Interesting that in the video link you provided, MSG is compared to aspartame which is another product that has some very scary research behind it as well as plenty of studies saying that it is safe.
For every study saying that a product is unsafe, there is another one stating the opposite. As consumers, we just have to make a choice and decide who we want to trust and what type of food we want to eat.