Michaels Massage-Myrtle Beach Mobile MassageMSG…. Monosodium Glutamate. Oh, she goes by many names when she tries to hide her tasty goodness.
From being called “spices” , and natural flavors.. autolyzed yeast extract and seasonings. It’s all the same, more or less, although slightly chemically altered…. MSG. It’s causing illness and disease globally,it is thought to be responsible for a countless amount of money spent on health care, and yet it is an approved food additive signed and sealed by the very entity that is supposed to keep our foods safe. The FDA. I must give the FDA some credit though… they did alot of research and studies on MSG before approving it as a flavor enhancer in our foods. Here’s what they found.
- burning sensation in the back of the neck, forearms and chest
- numbness in the back of the neck, radiating to the arms and back
- tingling, warmth and weakness in the face, temples, upper back, neck and arms
- facial pressure or tightness
- chest pain
- rapid heartbeat
- bronchospasm (difficulty breathing) in MSG-intolerant people with asthma
This study was comissioned by the FDA and conducted by the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB). The study resulted in a 350 page report completed on 31 July 1995
I would also like to add that… U.S. Government Food Safety Warning. The transport of MSG is controlled by the Bioterrorism Act of 2002.
Seriously? The bioterrorism act?
Here is a list of foods to avoid containing Monosodium Glutamate.
Most chicken boullion cubes and or chicken base pastes.
Most Campbells soups contain MSG.
All Pringle chips (Except for plain! Yay Me!).
Most flavored snack chips.
Jimmy Dean sausage and the majority of processed sausage in the grocer.
Some brands of bacon contain MSG.
Planters peanuts contain MSG.
Chcken breast filets especially flash frozen normally are injected with solution containing MSG.
Ranch dressing and especially Ranch dressing powder contains a hi amount of MSG.
I can go on, but I simply cannot stress enough to start reading labels,become aware of the different names that MSG masks itself behind, and start eating healthy,home cooked meals. Your body and mind will love you for it!
I encourage my people out there to start living in a healthier manner…. exercise a bit more, pick up some outdoor hobbbies, cook and eat fresh foods and avoid all processed foods when possible, start reading food labels! and above all else…. book a massage with me! http://www.myrtlebeachmassagetherapist.com/