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Sneaky names for MSG. Check your food labels!

MSG goes by many, many names…

monosodium glutamate, maltodextrin, sodium caseinate, autolyzed yeast, autolyzed vegetable protein, hydrolyzed vegetable protein, yeast extract and even citric acid, to name a few.

MSG in all of its forms is considered a neuro-toxin because it has been shown to damage nerve cells by overexciting them to the point of cell death. MSG is also a chemoinducer of obesity, type II diabetes and metabolic syndrome.

One must make it a practice to always read the nutritional facts, and ingredients labels, when purchasing their food products in the market place. Most of our competitors have not been thinking of the health risks they impose on the consumer. If you read their ingredients labels, you will notice that many add MSG (monosodium glutamate) which is a reported cancer-causing agent. These same manufactures also realized that the consumer is getting educated about this harmful drug so they now deceive unsuspecting customers by using a different names. For a more complete list of MSG names, please click HERE.>>>>>[To learn more on how to avoid hidden MSG in the health food aisle, click here!]

Marin Blog

Marín de La Isla Verde™, is a manufacturer of authentic Hispanic foods and was established in May of 2009 by Paul G. Marín Sr. This is their Blog.

One thought to “Sneaky names for MSG. Check your food labels!”

  1. They are sneaky indeed. This is valuable information that everyone needs to know. They even use names adding the word “protein” to give a false impression of value.

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