When you’re enjoying that family or company picnic this Summer, you may want to steer clear of the cold cuts.
I’ve received several emails asking, where MSG came from. So I did some research.
If you’re using powdered seasonings in your cooking, you may be surprised to learn you’re poisoning yourself.
I’d received a few e-mails in the last few months asking if applesauce contained MSG. So I did some research.
Frozen foods are delicious and convenient. But for anyone with an MSG allergy, they’re something to absolutely avoid.
For those of us with an MSG allergy, the holiday season can be challenging when you’re enjoying yourself at holiday parties or at a wonderful holiday meal with friends and family.
Did you know that many manufacturers of processed meats add Soy as a filler? If you experience allergic reactions to MSG, you’re also allergic to Soy and Whey – which makes processed meats a no-no.
In a victory for lovers of Campbell’s popular chicken soup, and everyone with an MSG allergy, the company today announced it has removed MSG from its chicken noodle soup.
This was THE MOST shocking thing I’ve discovered yet in my research of MSG In foods.
In an earlier post on pasta sauces, I told you that MSG is naturally occurring in tomatoes. But I also discovered that the EPA has approved the use of MSG as a treatment method for crop growers. Which means, the fresh fruits and veggies you but have been sprayed with free glutamic acid.