Battling MSG myths: Is MSG really bad?

At restaurants in South Korea, one can easily find lists explaining the origins of ingredients. And next to that, there are usually notifications that say, “We do not use MSG in our food.”

Monosodium Glutamate, also known as MSG, is a type of seasoning that was widely used in the early 20th century but began to be chastised as an “enemy of health” around the 1970s and 1980s.

A 2016 survey conducted on some 1,000 working mothers across the country found that 61 per cent believed MSG is unhealthy.


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