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    Get Rid Of MSG IN Your Food
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    matt2525 posted:
    Did you realize that the food you eat contains MSG am sure you are aware of this as most are, but what are you doing about it?

    Fact about MSG this food additive was not even fully tested by the FDA them self's matter of fact MSG was grandfather in to the FDA in the 1970's as approved to be used in foods, without proper testing to see how people react to the MSG Drug.

    people need to seek out foods that are MSG FREE if you are curious on how to find these foods that haven't been subjected to MSG you can find out below by clicking the resource link. Resource Link
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