Study says MSG does not cause weight gain

04/14/2010 | FoodNavigator

A new study contradicts earlier evidence that people who consume large amounts of the flavor enhancer MSG are more likely to be overweight. The analysis of 1,282 Chinese men and women over a five-year period found no connection between MSG intake and weight gain.

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