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What Can and Cannot be Inhaled?


Since it is known that chemicals can enter the body through inhalation, is it possible to inhale, say, Mono-Sodium-Glutamat (Natrium Glutamat) in foods, without even tasting it first? For example, you open a jar of all-natural salsa. It smells very good and before you try it, you read the ingredients and see that “natural flavors” (versus MSG) are added. (just suppose you learned about msg before you bought it). And now this chemical is already inside of your body because you inhaled its smell if it has one. Just like you inhale the smell of unnatural soap with toxic fragrance, chlorine bleach or gasoline fumes. Am I right or not? Can unnatural badness in food be inhaled if it has a smell?

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