Tyramine intolerance and histamine intolerance have a lot in common and can look similar. So what’s the difference?
The American Heart Association has always promoted healthy eating to prevent cardiovascular disease. However, their 2021 dietary guidelines may surprise you.
Some experts acknowledge that MSG, while safe to consume, may cause unpleasant reactions in some people. Others doubt that these reactions result from MSG. What does science say?
The terms “food allergy” and “food intolerance/sensitivity” often get used interchangeably. However, they’re different things with different causes. The Rogue Scientist explains.
What is this “natural flavor” stuff on your ingredient list? How does it differ from artificial flavor? Is it good for you? The Rogue Scientist investigates.
A debate has waged for half a century on whether MSG is bad for you or safe to consume. The Rogue Scientist investigates.
We know MSG is a food additive, but what IS it exactly? And, are glutamates, yeast extract, and natural flavors just fancy terms for MSG?
Never heard of tyramine intolerance? It can lead to common health problems in certain people. The Rogue Scientist investigates what it is, what causes it, and how to deal with it.
Many natural health gurus claim that vegetable oils are bad for you, despite mainstream medicine having promoted their benefits for decades. So the Rogue Scientist decided to investigate.
Why does asparagus make your pee smell? Can everyone smell it? Is it genetic? The Rogue Scientists tells all.