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What is Dipotassium Guanylate Used For? Health Benefits and Side Effects of Dipotassium Guanylate in Food

Dipotassium Guanylate is a food flavor enhancer used in instant noodles, potato chips, tinned vegetables, cured meat and packed soups. Health benefits include regulation of blood pressure and heart function, reducing the risk of stroke, providing energy to muscles, and controlling of convulsions,. It is also effective for rheumatism and arthritis, and promotes faster healing of cuts and other bruises. Side effects include mental confusion, tingling, pricking and burning sensation of arms, legs and hands; pale gray skin, stomach ache and black stools

by Margaret Walker on Mon, 03/07/2011 - 23:11

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