Ajinomoto part-1


Ajinomoto or MSG (Monosodium Phosphate) is a taste enhancer, it is added to make dishes taste better. Ajinomoto or MSG is used as an ingredient to enhance the natural flavors of foods such as meat, poultry, soups, stews, salads, gravies, seafood, snacks, noodles and vegetable dishes. People get addicted to the taste of these flavored dishes like noodles, pizzas, burgers ,fast food stuff like manchurians and they do not enjoy homemade food.

Youngsters love fast food and they indulge in parties, treats and slowly depend more on such food. The effects are observed in people who regularly intake fast foods. Obesity is a major issue and is intense with teenagers and children even

Ajinomoto doesn’t have a specific flavor of its own. MSG looks like salt and is made up of water, sodium and glutamate. Glutamate is an amino acid that is used to make proteins in food and our body. Glutamate itself is also found naturally in foods such as milk, wheat, corn, green peas, mushrooms and tomatoes.


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