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americannutritionassociation.org/.../free-glutamic-acid-msg-sources-dangersWhy is free glutamic acid added in vast amounts to processed foods? Our large
profit-driven food companies have found that manufactured free glutamic acid, in
the form of monosodium glutamate (MSG), hydrolyzed vegetable proteins, etc.,
etc., when added to our processed foods, masks off flavors and makes the
www.truthinlabeling.org/manufac.htmlWWW.truthinlabeling.org -- Home page. On the Subject of Manufactured vs
Natural Glutamic Acid. OVERVIEW - There are a number of straightforward bold
faced lies used by the glutamate industry in defending its contention that
exposure to free glutamic acid found in processed food does not cause adverse
https://www.edenfoods.com/articles/view.php?articles_id=207In real, natural foods amino acids are rarely free. Rather, they are linked or bound
in long chains to other amino acids in peptides or proteins. D-glutamic acid '
outside of protein' or 'free glutamic acid' is artificially and chemically produced
outside of the body. This is what is known as monosodium glutamate or MSG.
https://fooddemocracy.wordpress.com/.../hidden-sources-of-manufactured- process-free-msg-glutamic-acid/Feb 12, 2008 ... Ingestion of processed free glutamic acid (MSG) is known to produce a variety of
adverse reactions in some people. These reactions, although seemingly
dissimilar, are no more diverse than reactions found as side effects of certain
neurological drugs. The most common symptoms of MSG sensitivity are ...
www.funmedidaho.com/wp-content/.../Hidden_Sources_MSG.pdfHidden Sources of Processed Free Glutamic Acid (MSG). The MSG reaction is a
reaction to free glutamic acid that occurs in food as a consequence of
manufacture. MSG-sensitive people do not react to protein (which contains
bound glutamic acid) or any of the minute amounts of free glutamic acid that
might be found in ...
completelynourishedcommunity.com/.../msg-monosodium-glutamate-hidden -sources-health-effectsFlavors, Flavoring, Natural Flavor, Artificial Flavor – These ingredients are vague
and may contain free glutamic acid. If you wish to eat the product, you should
contact the manufacturer directly to determine whether or not their “flavor/
flavoring” contains any “free glutamic acid.” Do not ask if it contains “MSG”
because they ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glutamic_acidThe carbon atom adjacent to the amino group is chiral (connected to four distinct
groups), so glutamic acid can exist in two optical isomers, D(-) and L(+). The L
form is the one most widely occurring in nature, but the D form occurs in some
special contexts, such as the cell walls of the bacteria (which can manufacture it
https://www.fda.gov/Food/.../ucm328728.htmNov 19, 2012 ... Monosodium glutamate (MSG) is the sodium salt of the common amino acid
glutamic acid. Glutamic acid is naturally present in our bodies, and in many foods
and food additives. How is it made? MSG occurs naturally in many foods, such as
tomatoes and cheeses. People around the world have eaten ...
https://www.baumancollege.org/forum/index.php?topic=12130.0Sep 13, 2011 ... These are also naturally-occurring. Added glutamates/glutamic acid, which is a
man-made chemical, would, in my opinion, be a very different thing. This link can
help you understand the difference between naturally occurring free glutamic
acid and manufactured products: http://www.truthinlabeling.org/III.
www.thewaytobalance.com/msg_glutamic_acid_chart.pdfprotein does not cause adverse reactions. To cause adverse reactions, the
glutamic acid must have been processed/manufactured or come from protein that
has been fermented. The following are ingredients suspected of containing or
creating sufficient processed free glutamic acid to serve as. MSG-reaction