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Additives in Doritos. [Nacho Cheese]

Five different additives placed intentionally in Doritos.
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Shawnte Morgan

on 10 December 2012

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Transcript of Additives in Doritos. [Nacho Cheese]

Disodium Inosinate Nacho Cheese
Doritos Maltodextrin Is a carbohydrate manufactured by breaking down starches found naturally in corn, wheat, rice or starchy vegetables (like potatoes) Additives in Doritos. [Nacho Cheese] It's classified as a complex carbohydrate. It metabolizes quickly, and is easily digested. Monosodium Glutamate Is used as a flavor-enhancer. It's an amino acid. Because of lack of FDA regulation, it is impossible to determine what percentage of "natural flavor" is actually glutamic acid. Which is Monosodium Glutamate. Lactose Lactose or milk sugar occurs in the milk of mammals. Lactose intolerance is a genetic disease that’s fairly common, it’s the inability to digest lactose, a sugar found in milk and to a lesser extent milk-derived dairy products. Red 40 Red 40- FD&C Red Dye #40, also commonly called Red 40, is widely used in the foods and drugs that we consume; often we don't give much thought to the fact that much of what we consume is artificially colored. Disodium inosinate is a food additive. Like MSG (monosodium glutamate), which it often contains, disodium inosinate is often used as a flavor enhancer in packaged food products and in fast food such as hamburgers and tacos. It has several potential side effects.
almost always used in conjunction with MSG and sometimes disodium guanylate.
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