While MSG is generally recognized as safe, some research suggests that consuming the additive in excessive doses could be harmful. According to the FASEB, when consuming 3 grams of MSG without food, some individuals may experience generally mild and transient symptoms, including headaches, drowsiness, and numbness.
MSG levels are high especially in foods such as tomatoes, mushrooms, and Parmesan cheese. Thus, it is clear that MSG within the limit is not at all bad for your health. One of the findings concluded that MSG is safe, although in some, MSG, when consumed above 3 g, may induce symptoms such as headache or drowsiness. The ideal serving of MSG should be less than 0.5 g in food.
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