|Posted on Sunday, August 28, 2005 - 3:26 pm: || |
I have just made the citric acid connection, or maybe I should say re-connection.
Either I have suddenly become super sensitive to it or something has been done to the blueberries this year. Fresh or canned, I get a reaction. Canned I have been eating for 20 years without a problem. In the past few months however, the 2nd helping had a bad effect.
And then there was that Organic meat, Maverick Organic Beef. Really was good tasting, but I had a reaction to it. Went to check thier website and find that they use an anti-microbial wash called Sanova. It is citric acid based.
I check out Sanova and find that it is made by a company named ALCIDE CORP. :-o Cide means kill!
Translated I see - "all kill".
What a name for a company manufacturing and marketing a product that kills both germs and people.
I wrote to them asking if there was any way to neutralize this stuff.
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I found this info about citric acid and wanted to post it here. http://www.medicaljournal-ias.org/5_2/Yigitoglu.pdf
On page 5 of the pdf it says: "the presence of glutamic acid (4x10-3 M) and aspartic acid (3x10-3 M) stimulated citric acid production by 79 and 76.7% respectively."
So they've got to be adding glutamic acid and aspartic acid to the mixture when they are making citric acid, don't you think?