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|Posted on Tuesday, August 17, 2010 - 7:42 am: || |
I'm glutamate sensitive. I found that I could not use spiralina and too abd becuase I needed the green drink. I found someone who worked for a major supplier for green drink powder. he was shocked to find that most distributors use yeast as a flavor enhancer or for whatever reason. this man, after no one would listen to his warnings, started his own company so he could sell a neurotixin (yeast) free product. I do very well on his product. so now I can benefit from spirilina drinks again.
I gotta send him another letter thanking him for taking the steps he did.
|Posted on Wednesday, August 17, 2011 - 9:10 am: || |
does not contain MSG
|Posted on Wednesday, August 17, 2011 - 1:02 pm: || |
It does not contain factory produced MSG, but the dulse (seaweed) and the spiralina are rich in naturally occurring glutamate. Please let us know how you are doing after drinking it a few months, will you? The amount of glutamate present may be fine for you and some people, but may not be okay for other, more sensitive individuals. It's great to share this information. Thanks
|Hoofbeats from heav'n|
|Posted on Friday, April 08, 2016 - 7:37 am: || |
Hi. Thank you so much for sharing about the green drink! Im going to look into this product. I may...if i find the time, write my own letter of thanks to this man...if i have the contact info. ( maybe on the site you linked to?)
About the seaweed...i eat dried seaweed snacks.! They are delicious, and they dont seem to bother me at all. Also, sauteed fresh mushrooms dont seem to bother me either. ( another natural free glutamic acid)
Factory produced and heat produced glutamic acid are a different story, however!
|Hoofbeats in heav'n|
|Posted on Friday, April 08, 2016 - 7:46 am: || |
The latest post prior to mine was 2011.
Is beet root powder ok?
I want to make sure the formula hasn't changed since then.
Also, i saw the beet root powder in another product once.