What is glutamate? Glutamate is the amino acid responsible for the flavor of umami and plays an important role in digestion by signaling for protein digestion and fueling the cells of the GI tract.
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My question is, is MSG considered heavily processed? They are natural but how much processing had been made. There is a saying 'feed MSG to dog' and you get free of the dog.
Dumb question but why doesn't sodium spontaneously ignite in our mouth?
Having too much salt can be bad, but having too little is far worse for your health.
If MSG is harmful, why MOST oldest people 90 to 100++ years old age is from Asia that consume a lot of MSG in their life than non-Asia country?
That’s nutritional science for ya. Coffee is good, coffee is bad. Fat is bad, fat is good. Carbs are good, carbs are bad. Butter is bad, butter is good. Chocolate is bad, chocolate is good. Alcohol is bad, alcohol is good. 😠
Glutamate is my mate, not only gluta's.
The fear of MSG is completely irrational and based on pretty much nothing.
High sodium is better than low. High sodium increases blood pressure up to 1% but lower resting heart rate by up to 10%. Low intake sodium causes a vast array of health problems. It's no wonder animals risk their lives for sodium.
It's not that badddd
if you see instant noodle
its majority made by country that surround by water
like indonesian noodle (indomie), japanese noodles , etc
Ever time I eat msg my legs dwell up every single time and table salt isn't real that refined crap is just as bad smh grey Celtic sea salt or Himalayan Is what we need smh
I'm sorry to say, but whomever wrote this clearly doesn't know anything about msg triggering headaches. I have suffered from MSG triggered headaches my entire life. Some people are sensitive and some are not, but to say that it doesn't trigger migraines is simply irresponsible.
People still think MSG is deadly. In the western cuntries.
I’m pretty sure the msg scare has been manufactured by the restaurant industry to keep people from using this at home while restaurants keep using it in their food to keep you coming back for more
Where am I able to find some of the sources that were used in this video?
Dat titty don't just LOOK good it TASTES good.
I love the people that still think MSG can actually hurt you. Asia… wouldn't have existed… ever. A lot of their older cultural foods contain shitloads of natural MSG. Haters hate because it makes the food taste too good. They can't handle it.
Great video, I have been seeing a lot of sites advertising a suppose harm that MSG could make, like Cancer, Migraines, obesity and more.
This is such a one sided, biased way of looking at it 🙄
MSG and HVP inhibits various subtle metabolism processes. They make the brain more volnerable to free radical oxidation.
Man oh man, on my quest to determine what is/isn't healthy, the list of OKAY/GOOD things just keeps growing (and it includes a high-sodium diet, saturated fats, cholesterol).
SUGAR remains villian #1.
Why not just eat fresh food seasoned with salt? Why do I have to succumb to the idea that eating processed food is healthy???
Too much sodium?! How old is that study your researching?
When i eat too much MSG, i fell my facial muscle become hard and headache but the truth is my muscle still normal, either my mom. Why it happen?
I am shocked to learn that Ajinomoto Co., Inc.—the world's largest MSG manufacturer and owner of packaged food brands Tai Pei, Ling Ling, and José Olé—is supporting horrific and deadly animal testing." FOR SOMETHING THAT IS HARMLESS????????????????? Really?
If MSG is so harmless then, why "Since the 1950s, Ajinomoto has tormented thousands of dogs and other animals in laboratory experiments . For example, the company's experimenters have cut open dogs' stomachs and inserted tubes into them, starved them for 18 hours, given them liquid diets with MSG and other common amino acids, taken their stomach fluid, and injected them with drugs."
Sounds like Govt. Propaganda
I was curious and got me some of that MSG stuff by Ajinomoto. No matter how much I put some of that stuff on my food though, I simply can't detect any difference, except that everything tastes a bit more salty when I use a lot of it.
I call hoax.
Still somehow people wanna eat far more of the stuff that contains MSG than that with just salt. And producers don't even lower the salt content, they simply add the MSG to the oversalted product to make consumers devour even more. What else would they do? It's capitalism.
The Ajinomoto Group (food corporation) would be proud of your over simplification regarding the assurances of safety. However, I recommend everyone looks deeper into the existing research of excitotoxins, like MSG and Aspartame, and the real damage they can do. A great book written by a very experienced Neurosurgeon, Russel Blaylock, called "Excitotoxins", dives much deeper into the research and shows very clearly how free glutamate can bypass the BBB (which does not protect the entire brain) and cause severe damage to the brain causing several Neurodegenerative diseases. It is very well referenced and for those that want to understand this topic better you should pick up a copy, along with his other book "Health and Nutrition Secrets that can Save Your Life." Just a suggestion. That all being said, I love Osmosis and have found great value and education from your content.