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Is it true that prepared foods are full of unhealthy msg?

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Msg (Monosodium glutamate) is the sodium salt of glutamic acid and is commonly used to enhance flavor.
Msg is often used in prepared foods to avoid the use of high amounts of salt in order to cover bad taste. Therefore, its presence in prepared foods is not what makes them unhealthy. The biggest problems with prepared foods are high levels of fats and salt rather than msg.

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