Useful information but the one on MSG has shown to be misleading. An article from a respected nutritionist, Carrie Dennett showed a lot of negative hype started during a period of anti-Chinese rhetoric. Since MSG originated from Asia it was deemed bad and shunned. Now it is marketed under the brand "Accent." I subscribe to a periodical "Nutrition Action' and follow the non-conflicted science on issue of diet and health and have no problems using MSG. Also, the issue on Fluoride is a depends issue. When taken into the body it can cause harm but when applied with small amounts of toothpaste it can strengthen the enamel on teeth. Since all my water comes from rain there are no additives whatsoever but my dentist (also a concerned vegan) said we still could use some applied directory to the teeth. Sever brands of Earth Supportive brands have some varieties with fluoride.
Yeah, that MSG stuff is nonsense and easily falsifiable. Even if the rest of the stuff may be true, someone this careless with verifying their information or who falls for urban legends like that shouldn't ever be the source for your news.
And not for nothing, but I think the fluoride bit is just from one small study in Canada that didn't even find a statistically significant difference in about half of the offspring, so, probably bullshit.