|MSG, What They Don't Want You To Know|
Tune with Sherry Beall when we'll discuss some astounding discoveries of the affects of MSG, and what they don't want you to know, including the many misleading names for MSG. We'll be joined by some of the nations leading experts and advocates. MSG was patented for use in food in 1909 by the Ajinomoto corporation of Japan and added to the rations of the Japanese troups during World War II. After the war it was introduced to America at the Chicago Symposium of 1950. Restaurants such as Colonel Sanders and Food Manufacturers like Kraft, Campbell's and Heinz soon discovered that adding MSG to food was an inexpensive way to make it taste better, and it had the advantage of making people eat more. Since 1950, the MSG use in the U.S. and countries with a westernized diet has grown dramatically. During the last six decades the occurence of obesity, diabetes and Autism Spectrum Disorder have also increased. We'll discuss the ailments MSG can be linked to and what the current evidence shows. This is a show you won't want to miss!
Carol Hoernlein is a former food process engineer and the founder of the website MSGTruth.org. She studied Food Science and Bio-Resource Engineering at Rutgers and worked for several global food companies in the United States until she quit the food industry altogether after discovering how harmful food additives – particularly MSG could be. Carol most recently appeared in Steve Kroschel’s latest Cinema Libre documentary, The Beautiful Truth, about dietary treatments, for chronic disease, which will be out on DVD March 17th.
Debby Anglesey suffered for 21 years with severe symptoms until she discovered that MSG was the main culprit. She decided to compile a survival guide/cookbook with all she had learned to help fellow victims of MSG toxicity as she calls it. She and her husband have a website dedicated to educating others about MSG and its aliases, and a discussion board which serves as a support group and method of sharing new findings.
Petition to remove MSG from America’s food on the docket at the FDA since December of 2007. http://www.regulations.gov/fdmspublic/component/main?main=DocketDetail&d=FDA-2007-P-0178