Most of today packaging labels in supplements contain "Gelatin , vegetable magnesium stearate , "
It has already been discussed how it is a lubricating remedy of contents as well as capsule. GO HERE FOR MORE - http://www.inspire.com/groups/national-osteoporosis-foundation/discussion/m agnesium-stearate-in-supplements-bad-for-you/
But more interesting is "Gelatin" and that " gelatin " is a broad term when read as follows:
......INGREDIENTS: Gelatin, vegetable magnesium stearate, . . . etc
There are vegetables gelatins and animal gelatins. Of the animal gelatin, most often times pork or cow.
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If the manufacturer means that the Gelatin and the Magnesium Stearate are administered from the same "Vegetable" solution -or- "Animal" solution, it should be labeled as so. Correct?