Artificial flavors

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Identical natural flavors

Artificial flavors
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Artificial flavors can mean any of a range of thousands of chemicals synthesized in the laboratory. Identical natural flavors are hidden in any ingredient with MSG (Monosodium Glutamate). Natural flavors of cherries, oranges, lemon, fruit… are not simple extracts from fruit and are not at all friendly to the body.

The same goes for the flavors of smoke (smoked), turkey, beef, mint, maple, chocolate, vanilla and all their relatives. Only pure vanilla extract is safe and can be used without problems.

All types of natural flavourings potentially contain chemical compounds that endanger health. They are not controlled by anyone and are introduced into thousands of natural foods that are advertised to be beneficial and healthy. It is good to keep children away from these natural flavors, which are just a trick invented to hide MSG.

Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)

Glutamate of monosodium, is a food additive used in tens of thousands of foods. MSG is a salt that occurs naturally in glutamic acid, a nonessential amino acid. The massive damage it can cause in the human body, however, has nothing natural.

As a rule, MSG accumulates in the brain, penetrating deep into brain tissue, where it causes inflammation and swelling, kills thousands of cells, disrupts electrical impulses, weakens neurotransmitters, frys neurons, confers confusion and anxiety, and even leads to micro-brain attacks. It also weakens and damages the central nervous system.

MSG, is included in countless products and that is why it is essential to read the labels carefully. We also need to know exactly what we are looking for, because MSG is often “hidden” on labels because of its bad reputation.

The following terms refer to MSG as an ingredient: glutamate, hydrolysed, autolysed, protease, carrageenan, maltodextrin, sodium caseinate, balsamic vinegar, wheat malt, yeast extract, malt extract, yeast, corn starch, wheat starch, modified food starch, gelatin, textured protein, wheat protein, soy protein, soy sauce, soup and even ‘spice’.

What we don’t have to eat

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We all want to control our health as well as possible and have a choice. We like to decide for ourselves what clothes we wear, what shoes we want. We want the freedom to move away from someone who smokes, so that we do not inhale cigarette smoke.

In other words, we want to know what environment we live in. But there are also people who don’t care about all these things. Passive smoking, eating junk food,are an unhealthy choice. However, everyone’s decision must be respected.

It is worse when we are not aware that our actions can worsen our health. Unfortunately, that’s what happens all over the world. Many people consume food, supplements and additives that can damage their health without even being aware.

Some of us adopt an attitude like, “Okay, but it’s about very small amounts,” “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger,” “Everyone else does the same,” “It can’t be that bad.” It’s just a mistaken popular belief. The more intoxicated the body becomes, the weaker and the more vulnerable.

Artificial flavors

Artificial sweeteners. The vast majority of artificial sweeteners act as neurotoxins, as they contain aspartame. This substance disrupts neurons and the central nervous system. In the long run, artificial sweeteners can cause major neurological problems and strokes. When we crave sweets, it is good to eat as many fruits as possible. They fight diseases and have miraculous healing properties.

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Citric acid. Compared to other additives, citric acid is not that harmful. However, it is very irritating to the lining of the stomach and to the intestinal tract, so it can create a lot of inflammation and a state of discomfort for those sensitive to it.

We should not confuse citric acid (additive) with natural citrus acid. Citrus es healing foods. Citric acid, as an isolated ingredient, is a derivative of corn. Those suffering from stomach pain, it is good to beware of citric acid (read the product label).

L-carnitine. It is one of the less beneficial supplements for health. People with a herpes virus (of any kind) in the body should not consume foods rich in the amino acid called angin. L-carnitine is not beneficial for cancer patients either.

That’s why it’s good to be cautious with this amino acid. It is especially good to avoid the one in concentrated form of dietary supplement.

Glandular supplements. They are prepared from animal extracts and are a major food for viruses, bacteria and cancers, which thrive whenever they encounter concentrated hormones. That’s why it’s good to be careful when taking supplements containing concentrations no matter how small organs or glands of cattle or other animals.

Whey proteins. These are by-products of dairy and their only effect is the creation of inflammation in the body. It also contains monosodium glutamate. We can easily consume good quality organic hemp protein, ground in the form of protein powder.

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Fish oil supplements. The trend of fish oil supplements is very widespread. It is important, however, for people to know what they are putting into their bodies. Fish meat can be eaten when and when, not very often, while fish oil supplements are a different story. You might think it’s the same thing, but it’s not.

The main problem with these supplements are mercury and dioxins, which abound in the fish from which they are produced. When we consume a fish containing mercury in its meat, it tends to remain mainly in the intestinal tract, in the liver and in the stomach area.

Mercury in fish is mainly concentrated in highly volatile omega oils. Therefore, beware as much as you can of these products and replace them with supplements with omega fatty acids, derived from plants or algae. I recommend: “8 reasons to eat flaxseed instead of fish oil”.

Iron supplements. Although iron in certain doses is necessary for the human body, viruses adore this metal. Almost all cases of anemia are caused by a viral infection not very widespread. It is therefore good to avoid iron supplements that are not of plant origin.

It is good to amplify the iron in the body naturally, consuming spinach,green barley, mangold beet leaves, pumpkin, pumpkin seeds, asparagus,dried apricots without sulfur and other vegetables and fruits containing a large amount of iron. Viruses do not grow iron from these natural sources, as vegetables and fruits have significant antiviral properties. Read the labels and live healthy!

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