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The danger of "MSG" if you eat too much. Risk of heart attack - temporary paralysis


“MSG” is not a seasoning that is harmful to the body in terms of ingredients. Because, as many people know, real MSG is made by fermenting molasses from sugar cane. or sugar from tapioca starch which is a natural raw material But MSG also has side effects on the body in the event that people who eat it have allergic reactions or overeating.


Why do people put MSG in their food?

Dr. Danai Teewanda, Deputy Director-General of the Department of Health, said that the popularity of MSG in food It is believed that it will enhance the taste of food to make it more delicious. In fact, MSG is known as Monosodium Glutamate which contains sodium as well MSG will dissolve fat to blend with water. It makes it taste like boiled meat and stimulates the nerve endings of the tongue and throat, making the food sweet and delicious.

The dangers of "MSG"

In case of allergic reaction to MSG or eating foods that contain too much MSG May cause side effects on the body as follows:

1. Numbness in the mouth, tongue, or around the face and ears.

2. Muscle pain in the cheekbones, neck, chest

3. Your heart beats slower.

4. Difficulty breathing

5. Stomachache

6. Nausea, vomiting

7. Thirsty

8. Dizziness

9. If there is a severe allergic reaction, the heart may beat abnormally faster.

10. It can be dangerous to the point of being temporarily paralyzed.

11. Pregnant women can harm the unborn child.

In addition, newborns up to 3 months, if MSG is ingested, it will affect the growth of the brain in children at this age. It does not include the condition that too much sodium salt makes the kidneys work harder as well.


Preventing the dangers of MSG

Consumers should avoid stores that add too much MSG. And the store itself should put MSG in small quantities. Or it's best to use broth made from animal bones instead of MSG or seasonings. So there's no need to add a lot of MSG to add flavor.

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