True Brew: 25 Yummy (and Non-Toxic) Coffee Recipes

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I have a confession to make. I don’t just like coffee…I have a deep, abiding passion for it. If you see me without a mug in my hand in the morning, I’m probably near death’s door. The first thing I do in the morning is stagger into the kitchen for java. My well-trained children rarely attempt conversation before my first cup.

My name is Daisy, and I am a coffeeholic…

Coffee with cream and sugar… Iced coffee… Flavored lattes… Espresso. The list goes on and on.

It’s not just me – the nation is coffee-obsessed. Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, and a host of other shops compete on every street corner, at the malls, and anyplace else they can plug in an espresso machine. There are entire aisles at the grocery store dedicated to nothing but coffee from the far corners of the earth and flavored creamers to please the palate.

Like nearly everything else that is sold for profit, however, coffee has become tainted. Artificial flavors, toxic sweeteners, chemical creations, and pesticide soaked beans make a lot of the offerings out there downright toxic.

If your drive to work includes a stop at a fancy coffee shop (or any other kind of coffee shop, for that matter) you aren’t doing your wallet or your health any favors. At nearly $6 apiece and an appalling amount of caloric damage, here are the 10 most unhealthy drinks from Starbucks, the trendiest java joint around.

An Assault of Toxins and Other Unsavory Items

It’s not only the high calories that you have to worry about. Starbucks recently came under fire for  the food coloring in the very popular Strawberry Frappucino. The frothy drink receives it’s lovely pink color from “natural coloring” aka “Natural Red #4”. It’s very natural, all right. It comes from dried, ground-up bugs, pictured to the left.

“Hi. I’d like a venti Strawberry Frappucino with whip and extra beetles , please.”

The light versions of popular drinks are even worse – they might be lower in calories and fat, but it comes at a price for your health. They are a chemistry project in a cup, full of neuro-toxic artificial sweetener, as well as an abundance of artificial flavors to make up for the fat and sugar that have been removed.

It might seem better to make your fancy coffee at home. While it’s definitely better for your wallet, if you are using some kind of “Timbuctoo Delight” flavoring, you may be ingesting some very unpalatable ingredients – and the ones labeled “natural flavorings” sound even more disgusting than the chemical cocktail versions.

Particularly bile-inducing is the source of  “natural raspberry and vanilla flavorings, Castoreum. That doesn’t sound so bad, does it? Well, castoreum, my coffee connoisseur, is made from a secretion from the anal glands of beavers. I kid you not. So if an ingredient label says “natural raspberry flavoring” or “natural vanilla flavoring” this may be what you’re consuming.

As far as potentially toxic chemicals are concerned, take a look at the ingredients list of Coffee-Mate Hazelnut Coffee Creamer:

Ingredients: Water, Sugar, Soybean(s) Oil Partially Hydrogenated and/or, Cottonseed Oil Partially Hydrogenated, Sodium Caseinate A Milk Derivative, Dipotassium Phosphate, Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate, Polysorbate 60, Flavor(s) Natural & Artificial, Carrageenan, Beta Carotene color(s)

1 tablespoon serving contains 40 calories and 1.5 grams of fat. (And lets face it, who only has one tablespoon of creamer?)

Let’s examine the toxins…er…ingredients.

  • Dipotassium Phosphate: The MSDS recommends protective gear when handling this substance.(Do not breathe dust. Avoid contact with eyes. Wear suitable protective clothing.) The Material Safety Data Sheet warns that this substance is “hazardous in case of eye contact (irritant), of ingestion. Slightly hazardous in case of skin contact (irritant), of inhalation.”
  • Natural and Artificial Flavors: We know what that means.(Mmm…beaver anal exudate, anyone?)
  • Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate: According to the MSDS, you should call a physician if this is ingested (Hazardous in case of eye contact (irritant), of inhalation. Slightly hazardous in case of skin contact (irritant), of ingestion)…first aid instructions are included in the listing. Most sites say this is not “as bad as” many other food additives, however, I tend not to consume things that require first aid instructions.
  • Hydrogenated Oils: These manipulated oils are trans-fats, substances that the human body can’t break down. The hydrogenation process increases bad trans-fats and saturated fats and lowers the amount of good fats.
  • Polysorbate 60: Foodfacts.com tells us that “Polysorbates are made by combining ethylene oxide, which is a precursor to antifreeze, with a sugar alcohol derivative. Polysorbate 60 and 80 are found in cleaning products, motor oils, lubricants, shampoos, cosmetics, lotions, vaccines, etc.

If you think that a powdered non-dairy creamer is better for you than the liquid concoction…well, you might want to reconsider that. Powdered creamer is lower in calories but has a villain-studded ingredients list.

This is the list for Borden Cremora Royale Original Coffee Creamer Powder:

Ingredients: Corn Syrup Solids, Vegetable(s) Oil Partially Hydrogenated (Coconut Oil, Canola Oil and/or,Palm Kernel ), Sodium Caseinate, Dipotassium Phosphate, Sugar, Monoglyceride, Flavor(s) Natural & Artificial, Silicon Dioxide, Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate, Sodium Tripolyphosphate, Salt, Datem, Flavor(s) Artificial

Right off the bat, we see that this contains Corn Syrup solids. Any product containing corn should be strictly avoided, as more than 90% of the corn in North America is genetically modified. Corn sweetener products have a proven link to obesity.

Sodium Caseinate: Modified milk product with the lactose removed (this is how they can call this non-dairy). It is a source of free glutamic acid (MSG), a neurotoxin.

Artificial Flavors: According to FoodFacts the FDA does not require that manufacturers disclose the chemicals and ingredients combined to create “artificial flavors” as they are “trade secrets.” The website gives an example: “A typical artificial  flavor contains over 30 chemicals. According to manufacturer safety data sheets those chemicals cause eye irritation, corneal damage, eye burns, skin irritation, severe / permanent damage to digestive tract, gastrointestinal irritation, gastrointestinal tract burns, CNS depression, neurological effects, liver abnormalities, cardiac abnormalities, or other harm.”

Not only are the ingredients above highly questionable, but when combined, non-dairy creamer is highly flammable….observe, the creamer cannon, made using only non-dairy creamer, compressed air, and a flare.

But…I really love coffee.

Some studies show measurable health benefits for coffee drinkers. Those who drink more than 4 cups per day have a decreased risk of oral cancer, prostate cancer, and basal cell carcinoma.  Moderate coffee consumption can also reduce your risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes. Coffee drinkers are also less susceptible to Alzheimer and dementia.

Some feel that coffee is not exactly health food, but it is incredibly high in antioxidants. And you can make far better choices than the usual offerings. You should start with a quality organic coffee bean. Green unroasted, coffee beans store the longest. If properly stashed away in a cool, dark place in mylar bags with a desiccant and an 02 absorber, it can last for ten years or more. Roasting coffee releases the oils, which means that the bean immediately begins to age.

Consuming conventionally grown coffee means that you are also consuming a significant amount of pesticides, according to Dr. Joseph Mercola of Mercola.com.

Dr. Mercola is not a coffee fan but, if you simply MUST drink coffee here are a few tips to help reduce the chances of harmful effects:

  1. Use organic coffee: Again, coffee is a heavily sprayed crop, so drinking organic coffee might reduce or eliminate the exposure to toxic herbicides, pesticides, and fertilizers. The only drawback is that the countries where coffee is produced probably have less control and monitoring for compliance to organic practices. You will also be helping to protect the health of the people working in the coffee fields, as you will be helping to reduce their toxic exposure as well.If you want to go a step further, look for fair-trade certified coffee, which means the coffee farmers have been paid fairly and treated well.
  2. Swiss Water Process” decaf: If you are going to drink decaffeinated coffee, be sure that it is one that uses a non-chemical based method of decaffeination. The “Swiss Water Process” is a patented method and is the best choice. Most of the major brands are chemically decaffeinated, even if it says “Naturally Decaffeinated” right on the container. If you are unsure of the methods, contact the manufacturer.
  3. Unbleached filters: If you use a “drip” coffee maker, be sure to use non-bleached filters. The bright white ones, which most people use, are chlorine bleached and some of this chlorine will be extracted from the filter during the brewing process.

Be your own Barista

And don’t despair because of the cast of bad characters in the flavored whiteners we discussed above. You can still have your flavored coffee and drink it too, while saving money over the chemical bombs discussed above. The key is to be your own Barista and concoct some yummy taste sensations from wholesome ingredients in your kitchen. Always start with a good organic coffee or espresso.

First…the milk:

  • Choose organic milk to avoid the addition of hormones, antibiotics and GMO-fed dairy.
  • Other options include animal product alternatives like soy milk, rice milk, and almond milk.  If you make the milk yourself you are sure to have a wholesome ingredients list.

The sweetener:

The flavor:

Try adding any of the following and you’ll be ready to open your own coffee bar. (Many of these combinations were created by my daughter, Rosie Luther). Stir them into a base of 1.5 cups of milk and 1.5 cups of cream. I have only used cow’s milk products to make these but a friend tells me that the alternatives work well too.

If you don’t want to make a full batch of the creamer, stir just a small amount of the flavorings into an individual cup of coffee and add milk.

Mix the flavoring into the milk and bring to a simmer on the stove, whisking constantly until it begins to steam slightly. Remove from heat, allow to cool, then store in the refrigerator. Feel free to adjust the amounts for stronger or sweeter flavors. Don’t bring it to a boil, because your creamer will curdle.

  1. Mocha Java: 2 tbsp of cocoa powder, 4 tbsp of muscovado (or brown) sugar
  2. Mexican Mocha Java: 2 tbsp of cocoa powder, 4 tbsp of muscovado (or brown) sugar, 1 tsp of cinnamon
  3. Nutella aka Chocolate Hazelnut: (we make our own “Nutella” from scratch with a food processor) 4 tbsp of Nutella or an organic chocolate hazelnut spread – no other sweetener needed
  4. Gingerbread: 2 tsp molasses, 2 tbsp of muscavodo (or brown) sugar, 1/2 tsp each of ginger, clove, and cinnamon
  5. Almond Toffee: 4 tbsp of sugar of choice, 1 tsp of almond extract
  6. Vanilla Latte: 2 teaspoons of pure vanilla extract, 4 tbsp of turbinado (or white) sugar
  7. Great White North Maple Java: 6 tbsp of pure maple syrup
  8. Mocha Mint: 2 tbsp of cocoa powder, 1/2 tsp of pure peppermint extract, 4 tbsp of turbinado (or white) sugar
  9. Cinnamon Roll: 2 tsp of cinnamon, 1 tsp of vanilla extract, 4 tbsp of muscovado (or brown) sugar, and a dash of salt (yep, salt)
  10. Caramel “Mockiatto”: 6 tbsp of muscovado (or brown) sugar, a dash of salt, 1 tbsp of cocoa, and 1/2 tsp of pure vanilla extract
  11. Amaretto: 1 tbsp of almond extract, 4 tbsp of turbinado (or white) sugar
  12. Cherry Amaretto: 1 tbsp of almond extract, 4 tbsp of turbinado (or white) sugar, 1/2 tsp of cherry extract
  13. White chocolate mocha: 1 cup of white chocolate chips, 1 tsp of cocoa  (melt the chips into the milk, whisking constantly)
  14. Mint white chocolate: 1 cup of white chocolate chips, 1 tsp of  pure peppermint extract
  15. Black Forest: 2 tbsp of cocoa, 4 tbsp of muscovado (or brown) sugar, 1 tsp of cherry extract
  16. Chocolate coconut mocha: 2 tbsp of cocoa, 4 tbsp of turbinado (or white) sugar, 2 tsp of coconut extract (or replace half of the milk with coconut milk)
  17. Irish Cream: 2 tbsp cocoa, 1 tsp pure vanilla extract, 1/2 tsp almond extract, 2 tbsp of instant coffee, 4 tbsp of turbinado (or white) sugar
  18. Eggnog: 1 tsp of pure vanilla extract, 2 tsp of rum extract, 1 tsp of nutmeg
  19. Pumpkin Pie Latte: 3 tbsp of  pumpkin puree, 1 tsp of pumpkin pie spice, 1 tsp of cinnamon, 4 tbsp of muscovado (or brown) sugar, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  20. Hazelnut: 1 tsp of hazelnut extract, 1 tsp of pure vanilla extract, 4 tbsp of turbinado (or white) sugar
  21. Frangelico Cream: 1 tbsp of cocoa,  1 tsp of hazelnut extract, 1 tsp of pure vanilla extract,  and 4 tbsp of muscovado (or brown) sugar
  22. Chai Latte: Simmer 3 Chai tea bags in creamer mixture with 4 tbsp of muscovado (or brown) sugar
  23. Chocolate Raspberry:  4 tbsp of seedless raspberry jelly, 2 tbsp of cocoa
  24. Almond Joy: 2 tbsp of cocoa, 4 tbsp of turbinado (or white) sugar, 1 tsp of almond extract, and 2 tsp of coconut extract (or replace half of the milk with coconut milk)
  25. Salted Caramel: 6 tbsp of muscovado (or brown) sugar, a dash of salt
All of these delicious combinations can be made ahead of time and stored in your refrigerator for 7-10 days (although they don’t last that long here).

Make your own syrups:

Syrups, like the kind at the fancy coffee places can be easily homemade. You need to make a syrup base with 1/2 cup of turbinado (or white) sugar and 1 cup of water, then add 1-2 tsp of any kind of extract you want – you are only limited by the extracts available to you: vanilla, rum, coconut, cherry, almond, etc.  Look for pure extracts without artificial ingredients.

Do you have any homemade versions of “fancy” coffees that you’d like to contribute? Please add them in the comments section below.

True Brew: 25 Yummy (and Non-Toxic) Coffee Recipes
Daisy Luther

Daisy Luther

Daisy Luther is a coffee-swigging, globe-trotting blogger. She is the founder and publisher of three websites.  1) The Organic Prepper, which is about current events, preparedness, self-reliance, and the pursuit of liberty on her website, 2)  The Frugalite, a website with thrifty tips and solutions to help people get a handle on their personal finances without feeling deprived, and 3) PreppersDailyNews.com, an aggregate site where you can find links to all the most important news for those who wish to be prepared. She is widely republished across alternative media and  Daisy is the best-selling author of 5 traditionally published books and runs a small digital publishing company with PDF guides, printables, and courses. You can find her on FacebookPinterest, Gab, MeWe, Parler, Instagram, and Twitter.

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  • Good, eye opening article! Thanks! 🙂

    Coffee.. creamer.. anyone? Care for some beetles, ground up, and some beaver anal gland secretions, too? Oh, but be sure and read first aid instructions before ingesting and exposing yourself to all the ‘secret wonders’ found within! O.O

    This is what just infuriates me about our government. Our government “supposedly” comprised of people who are elected to “serve the people”, do NOT do anything to actually do what they are elected for.

    We do NOT elect people to serve the best interests of the wallets of the rich, especially the profits of the huge conglomerates. We do NOT elect people to meddle in the personal lives and personal choices of the people. We DO elect people to serve the best interests, safety, and well being of the people, ALL the people, however. But yet, are we being served? Injustice, perhaps!

    Instead of focusing on what consenting adults’ personal choices are, and focusing on “objects”, when by themselves, do nothing against the people, our good ol’ government ought to focus on the very elements which “cause and contribute to more suffering, both physically and mentally, and death than anything else COMBINED”, and this is: “our food industry”!!!! …along with all those with their bloody fingers in the pie!!!!

    WTH good is the FDA? Other than sucking money from the struggling people’s pockets, but in reality serve the best interests of the Food and Drug Industry, NOT the people, while the Medical Field, the Weight Loss Industry, and insurances along with the legal field ALL get a piece of the pie and at who’s expense, both monetarily and health wise?

    Anything natural is highly scrutinized and criticized, shot down, shot to hell, whether in regard to our food, treatments (especially preventative), or with the type of energy we use. ..And why?? Because there are TOO MANY reaping the monetary gains and money is so much more important than the health and well being of the people!! ..Of our earth we all happen to live on. Right?? Wrong!! Just because those doing the reaping out of greed, refuse to see what’s REALLY WRONG! GRRRRR

    • What’s wrong is thinking that putting people in power and giving them the authority to kill, enslave, steal, and commit violence, will work, as long as you give them a piece of paper with rules on it.

      These problems happen because government is in charge of the food. The FDA permits these disgusting things to go on because of monied interests and the food lobby. If the FDA didn’t exist, then there would be no avenue for this corruption.

      This goes for every last part of the government.

  • Wow, great post Daisy. I haven’t bought commercial coffee in a few years but now I have more reasons not to!

    Have you ever tried butter instead of cream? I’ve been putting grass-fed Kerrygold in my morning coffee for a few months now and I’m falling in love with it.

    • Why is the Kerrygold butter not organic? I saw it at Bj’s but was afraid to buy it and bought the organic butter instead. However, the organic butter was not labelled as grass-fed. It’s so hard to find food(except for fruits and veggies) that is 100% healthy!

  • OK, this is the second time I have come across the info on the “natural raspberry and vanilla flavorings” made from castoreum, from the anal glands of beavers. LOL, I want to know who and how this is collected. I have never seen a job posting for “beaver anal secretions collector”. What is the job title for this particular job? Do the beavers wait in line peacefully for the collector to arrive? Or do you have to dive into the beaver pond and catch the furry beasts? Is it anything like expressing impacted anal glands on dogs? Sorry this is getting just a little much for me….. no more “natural raspberry and vanilla flavorings” for me. LOL I will be reading ingredient lists with a passion never seen before. 🙂 . Patti

  • Now I just wonder if there is a truly non-dairy creamer I can make at home? The milk based recipe sounds amazing but I am both lactose and casein intolerant..

    • Kelley

      It might not be quite as creamy in texture, but I think that any of these could work with soy milk, almond milk, or rice milk. Be careful with adding the sweeteners – you might need to adjust them somewhat. You should taste it while your heating the mixture. 🙂

      Can you let me know how it works out for you with your milk alternative? I’d be very interested and I’m sure that a lot of other people would be too!

      Daisy

      • was grossed out by the propylene glycol in the flakes of coconut in the plastic bags. so whack and chunk your own- freeze in bags- can use by putting in blender with water. -coconut milk ( is very good in other things as well, such as fried rice)

    • try coconut oil (unrefined, organic) it forms a film on top which some people find a little off-putting because the oil floats on the coffee surface but if you stir it up and sip its very creamy and satisfying, also coconut oil has myriad health benefits

  • The kind of Stevia you can buy in the store is clear. If it is, then it tastes odd because the natural color has been removed. You can get natural stevia and even natural flavored stevia at the company web site below. Empowernet has been around for a long time and has excellent products. We have used them for over 15 years. The Latin Delight tea has stevia leaf in it and is the best tea ever. Healthy and delicious!

    http://www.empowernet.com/products/ll/stevia.php

  • Coffee is a brewed beverage with a distinct aroma and flavor, prepared from the roasted seeds of the Coffea plant. The seeds are found in coffee “berries”, which grow on trees cultivated in over 70 countries, primarily in equatorial Latin America, Southeast Asia, India and Africa. Green (unroasted) coffee is one of the most traded agricultural commodities in the world.’

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  • Thank you, many times over!!! I quit drinking any kind of creamer last summer after reading and understanding what I had read of the ingredients. I mostly like black coffee or the flavored bean coffee. What I have been doing is adding cinnamon, pumpkin pie spice or apple pie spice to my coffee grounds before brewing…shaking the powder in the grounds to mix. I’ve used the syrups once in a while, but do not like sweet coffee. Though must admit I never thought to add milk with the flavorings.
    For my peppermint coffee I drop mini candy canes in the pot. I do these mostly on the weekend for a treat which used to be the creamer.
    Desperate actions that worked for me, LOL!
    Thank you, again!

  • Why is everyone so freaked out about cochineal beetles being used as dye? And what’s with the use of the quotation marks around “natural color”? Cochineal IS a safe, non-toxic, completely natural red/pink dye that has been in use for over 1500 years. It is, as far as I know anyway, the only color-fast and light-fast crimson red dye in North and Central America, but can also easily be used to create many beautiful shades of pink and even some shades of orange, in a completely non-toxic manner. It has been used to dye everything from clothing to fabrics to baskets, cosmetics, food, even the red coats worn by the British owed their distinctive color to cochineal.
    It is easy for anyone to make because it requires no special equipment and no machines. It contains no coal tar, petroleum by-products or any of the other countless chemicals that are rampant in food, cosmetics and everything else these days. In many cases cochineal can even be organic (though I’ve rarely seen it labeled as such) because the beetles themselves live in a delicate web of white silky stuff (the first time I saw it, I thought it was some sort of fungus) on the pads of the prickly pear cactus, can be quite prolific and do not usually require spraying or fertilizing. At least none of the people I know use either.
    Cochineal is a great dye. Yes, it comes from a beetle. But so what? Unless you are a vegetarian or a vegan I don’t see why on earth that would matter.
    Now I am no fan of Starbucks for a number of reasons, but frankly, I applaud their decision to use a truly natural dye instead of the coal- and petroleum-based alternatives that are so readily available. I have used cochineal for years to dye all sorts of things and it always works great. It has become a lot more expensive recently because more and more environmentally conscious companies and countries have outlawed the truly toxic chemical versions of red dye and gone BACK to this superior, natural alternative. This has, in turn, been great for the small cochineal farmers in areas like Mexico who can now get a much better price for their product. I don’t see how that is a bad thing.
    I just found your site last week Daisy, and I LOVE it! I was particularly excited to find your “How to Make Chocolate Milk” article today (we used to have that when I was little, but I never knew how to make it, so thanks!) which is what lead me here, since we are also enormous lovers of coffee. But I ask you to not swallow the media hype on this one.
    Cochineal is a non-toxic, completely natural whole food that happens to turn what it comes into contact with, red. And I don’t see what everyone thinks is so wrong with that.

    • Thank you! I’m so glad you said it and saved me from typing it up plus a rant about how stupid people can be. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    • Why don’t people want to eat ground up bugs? Beause it’s disgusting. The bottom line is that people should know what they are putting into their mouths. Don’t want to eat bugs? You shouldn’t have to. If you want to do something that disgusting, under some misguided idea of doing things the way they always have been, I suppose it’s your right, but I think most people would prefer not to, and hiding the source of such colorings and flavorings under the blanket name of “natural coloring” or “natural flavoring” is wrong. Full disclosure is the only fair way.

      I notice you’re not defending the castoretum . . . to answer someone’s question, it comes from defenseless beavers that have been killed by nasty people – on purpose. Oh, and also those that have been killed by cars. Horrible.

      • Just found this site and it is great!
        …..also, just found and purchased a brownie made with cricket flour. It was pretty tasty.
        Think of all the crickets and grasshoppers that happen naturally……we could do something about them instead of spraying them to death. *shudder*

  • Thanks for this article! I will definitely pass it on! I am vegan and was thinking of making the base with canned coconut milk (for the cream) and a thicker non-dairy cartoned milk like sunflower or hemp. And since I drink my coffee black most of the time, I may use less or no sugar–just the flavorings in the “milk”. Thanks for all the great ideas! I bet these would make great iced coffee drinks as well…

  • Oh please! This article is so totally over exaggerated. Dipotassium Phosphate is a SALT. There are a TON of chemicals that yes are dangerous in their pure forms, we have many that naturally occurr in our bodies for example hydrochloric acid. HCL is a necessary chemical that aids in digestion in our stomachs that occurrs naturally.. but in its pure form you do not want to handle it because it can burn holes into almost anything.

    Point being. Not everything you read on the internet is true and 99% of the time extremely over exaggerated.

  • Thank you for your post. I just recently decided never to buy coffee creamer again and make my own. Now I suppose I’ll be switching to organic coffee…sure wish I could get it in the pods though. Guess I’ll be going back to my old coffee maker too! Anyway, I plan to link your post into one I’m doing. Thank you for the information. Whether it is 100% accurate or not, it still has a lot of good information…the same I’ve read in a couple other places. I’m on a journey to health, and making small changes along the way. Coffee is one of my first “big” changes, because the homemade stuff doesn’t taste the same as the chemical-laden stuff. But at least now I know exactly what I’m putting into my body!

  • This was a poor article in general. Full of bad info and fear mongering. This part though really took the cake:

    Sodium Caseinate: Modified milk product with the lactose removed (this is how they can call this non-dairy). It is a source of free glutamic acid (MSG), a neurotoxin.

    1) Free glutamate is not MSG (MSG is only the salt form, not that it matters) in addition it is naturally in almost all ‘savory’ foods (parmesan, mushrooms, fish stock, seaweed, etc).

    2) MSG is not a neurotoxin. There is no evidence that it is the case and definitely no peer reviewed articles. This is just bad information, used for effect.

  • Wow! I knew that there were people obsessed with health, but I thought that they would at least take the time to verify their facts. Most of you are over-obsessive nut jobs. Just drink the damn coffee. If you are planning on avoiding every “potentially” dangerous risk out there, you might as well just stop getting out of bed in the mornings. Jeeze.

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