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What is Disodium Inosinate Used For? Health Benefits and Side Effects of Disodium Inosinate in Food

Disodium Inosinate is a food additive. It is used as a flavor enhancer in packaged food products such as hamburgers. It is also used in processed cheese, fat-based desserts, processed fruits, vegetables, breakfast cereals, pastas, bakery goods, pastas, processed meat, fish and poultry, soups and for seasoning. It is important in metabolism of cell nucleotides and for the storage of energy in muscles and other tissues. Side effects include flushed skin and burning sensation, numbness of the arms, , tightness in the chest, headache, sweating, swelling and gastric discomfort.

by Margaret Walker on Mon, 03/07/2011 - 23:21


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