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Msg side effects?


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Answered 2010-07-13 00:35:43

I'm allergic to MSG, so these are just my symptoms. You may not experience all/any of them.


-Joint Stiffness/Pain

-Trouble Focusing

-Memory Lapses

-Severe thirst

-Severe hunger

-Hand/foot swelling


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I believe my aches and joint stiffnes are aggrevated by intake of foods high in MSG, such as donner kebabs, Chinese style spare ribs. I have no proof of this, only more pronounced discomport/pain and stiffnes after consuming the above foods, this usually occurs within 24/36 hours after eating. On a website, making people aware of the side effects of MSG, that soy sauce also contains MSG, I regularly take this with my food.. I will cease doing so

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I have a severe allergic reaction to MSG which has caused me to grow my own vegetables and carefully pick my foods. Some of the bad side effects I've gotten have included -insomnia, as a result of the seizures which I usually get when I'm about to go to sleep. -Creepy nightmares -Tightness and lock of jaw -Stiffness of joints -headaches These, I have found to be the result of my MSG intake... It's a poison.

Headache. Flushing. Sweating. Facial tightness. Numbness, tingling or burning in the skin. Rapid, fluttering heartbeat. Chest pain. Nausea.

Persistent salty-but-not-salty flavor. Uncomfortable aftertaste. Stinky bowels. Those are the only sure effects. Likely effects include overeating and the associated obesity, poor food choices (because they taste better,) and hypochondria while reading about MSG on the Internet.

Granted I have a sampling of only a handful of people, and this was not by any means a scientific test and the side effects I note could be related to other ingredients. Test foods: Chips, Beef snacks, general food with MSG powder added Possible side effects so far: Bad breath Weird aftertaste Dry/sore throat (starting and lasting through the next day) More offensive bowels (You can add MSG to hunting dogs' food to make them stop eating their own) Nothing (from my sample of ~10 people, only two volunteered any side effect)

Many people, myself included, have various reactions to MSG in their systems. It can cause increased blood pressure, migraines, heart-attack like symptoms, and extreme water retention. These side effects are a reaction to the chemicals found in MSG. Although there are a number of people who are immune to these physical changes from consuming MSG, many are sensitive to them, and therefore find that it is better to request foods that do not have MSG in them. This is why many Chinese food establishments now carry signs that declare their food MSG-Free (since Americanized Chinese food is one of the big culprits of using this additive).

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Headache, sweating and nausea are common harmful effects of Ajinimoto. Excessive or regular consumption of MSG can also lead to brain damage.Having Ajinimoto can also lead to dehydration. Swelling on the face, eyes and skin tightness are few harmful effects of Ajinimoto.MSG can gradually lead to chest pain, breathing disorder and laziness. Even cold or running nose, sneezing and drowsiness are few other health disorders of MSG.Burning sensation in the stomach and throat are experienced after having Ajinimoto due to its acidic ingredient.Frequent urination, vaginal pain or swelling, prostate swelling are other harmful side effects of Ajinimoto.Bowel movements, lower abdominal pain, vomiting and diarrhea are common side effects of Ajinimoto.Ajinimoto can lead to muscle and joint pain especially in the knees. Ajinimoto weakens the bones and decreases calcium content in the body.Ajinimoto can cause blood pressure fluctuations. High or low blood pressure level, arterial fibrillation, palpitations and arrhythmia are dangerous side effects of having Ajinimoto.People can suffer from migraine due to MSG. It is best to leave Ajinimoto if you are getting prince mathew pm

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