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Health Discussions => SayNOtoMSG.com :: To Your Health - Dedicated MSG Section => Topic started by: misfitguy on March 09, 2007, 01:49:59 PM

Title: Links About Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
Post by: misfitguy on March 09, 2007, 01:49:59 PM

This site was shared with us by a friend.  It has an excellent treatment of how a company can be influenced by consumers and also how reading labels can save you a lot of grief.  You are not alone, though it may seem so, if you just started trying to understand your MSG affliction.  

http://www.newstarget.com/021674.html (http://www.newstarget.com/021674.html)

You can reach this site from the one above, but I thought it was worth re-posting.  It is a 5-step method of eliminating MSG and its derivatives from your diet.  This is exactly the method we used for eliminating MSG from Sass' diet.

http://www.newstarget.com/How_to_Eliminate_MSG_and_Aspartame_In_Five_Steps_1.html (http://www.newstarget.com/How_to_Eliminate_MSG_and_Aspartame_In_Five_Steps_1.html)

Last, I am copying a biography of the individual responsible for this information and also posting a URL for a chart he has produced.  It is a free download and worthy of downloading, saving and printing.  It is called the Honest Food Guide and is in the body below.  

"Mike Adams is the creator of News Target, Truth Publishing and the Five Step Solution you're reading now. A former pre-diabetic suffering from chronic back pain and depression, Adams cured his own health problems by learning and applying the secrets of natural medicine found throughout nature: through foods, herbs, nutritional supplements, sunlight, exercise and a variety of natural treatments.

Adams is the creator of the free down-loadable Honest Food Guide at www.HonestFoodGuide.org (http://www.HonestFoodGuide.org) and the author of more than twelve books and reports on nutrition found at www.TruthPublishing.com. (http://www.TruthPublishing.com.) Adams has authored more than 1,500 articles on health and interviewed many of the industry's top doctors, researchers and writers. Many of his interviews are available at www.NaturalHealthLibrary.com. (http://www.NaturalHealthLibrary.com.) "

Title: Re: Links About Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
Post by: Sassafras on January 17, 2009, 09:55:41 PM
I realized that I have a large list of links in my favorites which are not on the Forum so I thought I would take the time to make a list. These links might be helpful to those people searching for information about Monosodium Glutamate.

These links are FAIRLY in order of general information (for the beginner) to in depth knowledge (for the science and biology lover).

http://www.saynotomsg.com/  This is our own site, Sass and I have developed to help educate MSG sufferers.
http://theinfovault.net/vault/streamingarchives_files/itsallinthefoodstreaming.html  Video.  Long but worth it!
http://www.naturalnews.com/021674.html  Article about Amy's Kitchen ad autolyzed yeast extract
http://www.freepatentsonline.com/4975274.html     Hair care compositions are provided that include glutamic acid and water soluble salts thereof to improve the flexibility and elasticity of the treated hair.
http://www.kellykennedy.net/BrainGlucoseFebruary.pdf  Not about MSG, but Glutamate within the brain when head injuries occur - you have to have a little science/biology to really fully understand this article.

Use this site to find out about ingredients in shampoos, conditioners, cosmetics, and more:

If anyone has questions or information about a particular website, please start a NEW thread/topic and state the URL somewhere in the body.

Just Me

Title: Re: Links About Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
Post by: Sassafras on January 26, 2009, 09:08:23 PM
I decided to add this website to the list not because it has good/truthful information, because it doesn't, but rather insight on how the soul-less corporations and their minions try to pass off MSG onto the public. 

International Food Information Council

I wonder how many members who make up the IFIC are members of The Glutamate Association!?!
Ah,... So many things to wonder!!!

Just Me

Title: Re: Links About Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
Post by: Sassafras on March 10, 2009, 08:41:30 PM
New MSG link:


Nice site, good information, read it!!

Just Me

Title: Re: Links About Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
Post by: 333angel on October 28, 2009, 06:24:48 PM
My instructor accepted truth in labeling for my final essay project with emphasis on MSG's. She said as long as I can find an arguement for an against and that it be controversial. Wellllll, Thanks to these websites and all the info from Sass, I am sure I can write an acceptable paper! Thank you Sass, will let you know how it goes. d(BD)b More than likely will be calling you!!!! lol          PS.... Hey Mick! ~D~
Title: Re: Links About Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
Post by: Sassafras on November 20, 2009, 01:48:00 PM

It has been nearly a month since your announcement of your final essay for class.  How's it going?  I don't know when your project is due.  I might just be over-anxious.

Just Me

Title: Re: Links About Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
Post by: Sassafras on April 13, 2012, 03:26:42 PM
I have a couple of links I would like to add.

Dangerous Ingredients  http://www.drmillerssuperholytea.com/toxins/hhtoxins/toxinlist.htm

Quote from: Dangerous Ingredients
Banned in other countries, these two preservatives are considered carcinogenic but remain in U.S. manufactured foods that contain oil as they retard rancidity. Found in foods and body products.

Food Allergy, Intolerance & Sensitivity  http://www.medicalinsider.com/foodallergy.html

Quote from: Food Allergy, Intolerance & Sensitivity
Amino Acids as Food Additives:

We have examined above how certain amino acids can be problematic for the body in high concentrations, i.e. Homocysteine on the Nutritional page. We shall examine two others. The first is Glutamic acid or Glutamate (as Mono-Sodium Glutamate - MSG). The other is Aspartyl-Phenylalanine-1-Methyl Ester, a.k.a. Aspartame or Nutrisweet.

I hope these sites help in your search.

Just Me