The reactions attributed to monosodium glutamate do not appear to hold up to scientific scrutiny.
Potential neurotoxicity is another concern regarding spirulina supplements.
What about, MSG? The scientific consensus has been that MSG is generally harmless, but what’s the latest Monosodium glutamate allergy, menace or myth? Myth. Despite concerns raised in the 1960’s, decades of research have failed to demonstrate a clear and consistent relationship between MSG and the kinds of reactions people typically attribute to it.
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