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Correction

We stand corrected.  In discussing the difference between glutamic acid found in unprocessed, unfermented, unadulterated protein, and processed free glutamic acid (MSG), (the substance that causes brain damage and adverse reactions), we have referred to the unwanted  byproducts that accompany MSG as "contaminants", when we should have been calling them "impurities".  "Contaminants" generally come from outside sources.  "Impurities" occur as a result of manufacture.  The unwanted byproducts accompanying MSG are not contaminants.  They are impurities.
 
 
 
 

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