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Vision loss could result due to MSG

A recent study which was published in the Experimental Eye Research journal cautioned that Monosodium Glutamate (MSG), which is used in flavouring oriental and processed foods could result in vision loss due to retina// injury. Glutamate is an amino acid which acts as a neurotransmitter, a chemical...

THE CURE FOR CANCER? Documentary Film Defies the American Medical Community's Prescribed Treatments for Cancer and Chronic Disease

... a renowned neuroscientist, founder of the field of science known as "excitotoxicity" and leading researcher on the links between aspartame, msg (monosodium glutamate) and brain cancer; and Dr. Hal Huggins, a former licensed dentist who now is a pioneer in identifying toxic dental materials, ba...

GLEH LA, a Nonprofit Affiliate of Gay & Lesbian Elder Housing, Announces New Program Director

... a community service center supporting the needs of GLBT elders, for both residents and non-residents, has announced the hiring of Sheila Moore, LCSW, msg as its new Director of Programs & Community Outreach. Sheila comes to GLEH LA directly from the Olympia Medical Center where she worked as Director of...
MSG in Medical Technology

John Legend and Gap Join (PRODUCT)RED(TM) to Help Eliminate AIDS in Africa with Exclusive (RED)ZONE Seating at Madison Square Garden

... New York tri-state area will include a special access code enabling shoppers to obtain one ticket in the reserved RED(ZONE) section for John Legend's msg show. Even better, with each (RED)ZONE ticket purchase, shoppers will automatically receive a second ticket to the show free of charge. Additionally, ...
MSG in Biological News

UNC researchers find MSG use linked to obesity

CHAPEL HILL People who use monosodium glutamate, or MSG, as a flavor enhancer in their food are more likely than people who don't use it to be overweight or obese even though they have the same amount of physical activity and total calorie intake, according to a University of North Carolina at Ch...

ESA to provide essential launch control services to EUMETSAT

...has been awarded contracts by EUMETSAT for similar msg launch services in the past. MSG-3 and MSG-4 a...G) guarantees operational services until 2018. msg satellites serve Europe's forecasting needs espec...on of previous-generation satellites. The first msg satellite, which was renamed Meteosat-8, was launc...
MSG in Biological Technology

Fufeng Announces 2008 Interim Results With Strong Sign of Recovery

...ncreased sales volume and enlarged market share in msg market. As for xanthan gum, the Group successfully..., "It is expected that the market consolidation in msg market will continue in the 2H of 2008. Then the supply of msg products will be further stabilised and therefore ...

Fufeng Announces 2007 Annual Results

..., we strived to capture the opportunity brought by msg and glutamic acid industry consolidation and activ... increase for its MSG segment. The sales volume of msg increased by nearly 200% to 91,850 tonnes, this pr... in 2008; it is expected that the restructuring of msg market will come to an end in 2008. Then the suppl...
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