Friday, May 7, 2010

Does Flavoring Agent also Obesity Agent?

According to report by "Science Daily" recently, a research issued by the U.S. North Carolina University - Chapel Hill branch and published on the” Obese” magazine showed that with same physical activity and total calorie intake, people using sodium glutamate (namely MSG) as a flavoring agent added to daily diet were more likely to become overweight or obese than people who do not eat MSG.

The researchers said that in recent years, there are many animal experiments have shown that MSG maybe related to weight gain, and this is the first study show that the human body weight has relations with of MSG.

Originally Posted: About Additive