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The study of the mechanisms of the effect of various food additives on the human and animal organism is one of the most pressing problems today. The work of physicians, toxicologists, physiologists is aimed at studying the mechanisms of the toxic effect of food additives, as well as studying compensatory-adaptive reactions in response to their ingestion. Monosodium glutamate (E621) is widely used in marketing as a flavor enhancer and is added to many processed foods. Today, about 50% of store products contain this additive, while the average daily human consumption in industrialized European countries is approximately 0.3-1.0 g. The purpose of this work is to analyze the literature data on the effect of monosodium glutamate on various organs and systems of the human body. The research used the bibliosemantic method of analyzing scientific publications. The article assesses 40 literary sources. Special attention is paid to the sources for the last 5 years (2016-2021). This review of the scientific literature proves the importance of further study of food additives and their effect for the development of a scientifically based strategy for increasing the tolerance of humans and animals to xenobiotics by activating genetically fixed mechanisms, as well as by creating new perfect adaptogens.

September 1, 2010 - A website by the same name has appeared in the guise of Adobe Flash Media Server 3.5, as confusing as this is, both are different only due to the WWW prefix. That, or the old one was absolved by Adobe, while the new one is using the WWW prefix. Anonymous of Jacksonville says e621 simply has a messed up DNS record for the base domain, but the WWW subdomain is still correctly configured. Either the record's TTL hasn't yet expired (in the case of hacking or hostile takeover, this is a good thing) or someone somewhere has made a silly mistake. (When the site is typed in with, and without WWW it goes to Varka's page, the site itself depending how you reach it will send you to either by a 50/50 chance, it's easier to just put in WWW with it.) (needs update).

 

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A summary of different experiments assessing the effects on health of monosodium glutamate was published by Raif et al., 2000. Their final conclusion was that the results of numerous researches performed on monosodium glutamate allow to consider it as a generally safe food ingredient. Neither epidemiological nor challenge studies could provide any evidence that intake of monosodium glutamate leads to adverse reactions in the population at large. Some experiments showed that large doses of monosodium glutamate taken without food may lead to subjective symptoms in people who believe that they react to monosodium glutamate. However these symptoms are rare and neither serious nor persistent and these reactions did not take place when monosodium glutamate was given with food. (Source: www.food-

FDA considers the addition of MSG to foods to be “generally recognized as safe” (GRAS). It is the sodium salt of glutamic acid and FDA classified it in the list of “Special Dietary and Nutritional Additives” with amino acids and claimed it is a direct food additive and may be safely used as nutrients added to foods.

 

 

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