Spanish to English Translation on Nutrition

MONOSODIUM GLUTAMATE (MSG)
 MSG is a sodium salt obtained from the fermentation of sugar cane and some cereals. It is used to whet the appetite, to enhance food flavor and to preserve it better. The labels can identify it under the number E-621, but not its exact amount, unless it contains a 100% concentration. Excess consumption causes headaches, migraines, muscle spasms, nausea, allergies, anaphylaxis, seizures, depression, and heart irregularities. So that their presence is not noticed in processed foods, it hides under the following names:
 • Hydrolyzed protein
 • Yeast extract (E621)
 • Hydrolyzed vegetable protein
 • Protein hydrolyzed corn
 • Hydrolyzed casein
 • Corn gluten
 • Hydrolyzed soy
 • Texturized protein
 • Yeast extract