i asked in a physics forum but my thread was banned or takin down so I am asking here instead in hopes someone here knows. currently I have been hearing about msgs on the net. one person said msgs are good for you and another person said the opposite and that msgs will make you hungry for the food products you buy so you come back and by more so the food company or whatever can rake in the doe when its bad for you or awful for the body. this is a contradiction, so who is right? is msgs good or bad? the next question is my mother was telling me how sugar and salt put into tomato pizza or spaghetti sauce takes out the impurities in the sauce and makes the sauce better health wise while the sugar and/or salt melts away out of it. I asked her because I was going to eat spaghetti at a place I go to but then they put sugar in the spaghetti sauce so I did not eat it as I thought the sugar would be bad health wise for my body and go towards messing my teeth up since its sugar. So is my mother right? is adding sugar to spaghetti sauce bad for the body or not?
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msgs, truth,facts and putting sugar into spegettie sauce or pizza suace
Posted 20 December 2018 - 05:17 PM
Posted 20 December 2018 - 05:21 PM
I hate sugar in pasta sauces, & find it totally unnecessary to use it.
I do use salt, but less than any recipe calls for, as its just way too much for many things.
Posted 21 December 2018 - 01:04 AM
MSG is monosodium glutamate, a naturally occurring ingredient in many foods that makes food taste better. MSG is not harmful, I often use it in the meals I prepare. It is wise to add less MSG than salt. I see no harm in making food taste better.
I rarely add sugar to anything. I do use less than a teaspoon of sugar in my one cup of coffee per day.
A little bit of sugar or a little bit of salt will not ruin the nutritional value of a good meal. The key is moderation.
Salt is a required nutrient, we need it, so it would be unwise to completely avoid salt in the diet.
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Posted 21 December 2018 - 01:34 AM
MSG makes me blow up like a balloon with fluid retention, & I don't feel well after eating it at all....almost like a drugged feeling.
Posted 28 December 2018 - 04:39 PM
Again thanks all for answering, much apreciated, i hope you all enjoy new years.
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