Does MSG Promote Obesity?

Recent headlines about a study done in China on 752 healthy adults reported that those who consumed the most MSG were about twice as likely to be overweight as those who ate none.1 However, a much larger study done earlier in Hawaii, which examined about 5,000 users and nonusers of MSG found no evidence the regular use of MSG had any impact on body weight.

Certainly the Chinese study ...

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