A new study out of UCLA demonstrates that this common food substance impairs memory and cognition. It should be easy to avoid because you'll have to read labels to find it.
But why buy food with a list of ingredients a mile long that requires advanced study in biochemistry to understand? If the package has it, it's not really food, and not compatible with human biology.
As one expert said years ago, shop the perimeter of your supermarket. That's where they keep the food. Bon appetit!