Hazardous Balsamic Vinaigrette at Restaurant
Trying to eat healthy by ordering a salad at a restaurant?
The dressings can be a real hazard.
Do you experience headache, nausea or vomiting after eating out in a restaurant? It could be that they are loading the food with MSG. Headaches are the most common side effect.
Here’s one example of a salad dressing “Balsamic Vinaigrette” from Potbelly
- It contains 3 kinds of sugar, (one can act like MSG or MSG is formed in the processing of corn to maltodextrin).
- Two inflammatory junk oils, probably genetically modified
- Ingredients that are or act like MSG (“spice”, Natural flavor)
- Carcinogenic coloring – Caramel color
- Thickener that causes GI distress in some – xanthan gum
- Cornstarch – probably Genetically modified corn used
Potbelly Balsamic Vinaigrette:
Soybean Oil, Balsamic Vinegar, Water, Sugar, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Olive Oil, Contains less than 2% of: Distilled Vinegar, Spice, Salt, Garlic, Caramel Color, Xanthan Gum, Maltodextrin, Onion, Cornstarch, Canola Oil, Natural Flavor.
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