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MSG and Chinese Restaurant Syndrome

MSG and Chinese Restaurant Syndrome

Chinese Restaurant Syndrome is a term that use since a long time ago. This term is a collection of several symptoms such as headache, burning and nausea after eating Chinese food that contain high MSG. Robert Kwok was the man who described the terminology of Chinese Restaurant Syndrome in 1968. He explained from his experience for years after eating in a Chinese Restaurant. He continued, the prominent symptoms; numbness at the back of the neck, gradually radiating to both arms and neck. Also, general weakness and palpitation. For the record, this article does not contain racism, only tries to explore the terminology that has existed long ago.

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