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New Study: FDA-Approved Levels of Aspartame Distort Brain Function, Kill Brain Cells

Courtesy of Nutritional Anarchy:

As reported before, aspartame has been shown time and again in studies (the ones not commissioned by the industry) to be bad for you. 1,063 more words

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Amodimethicone:                          

What is it? a silicon-based polymer

Properties & Uses:  conditioning and makes it easier for a comb to glide through the hair

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Our FOOD and E-Numbers

Have you ever really read the ingredients list of the food you buy in the supermarket?

I am not talking about looking for the calorie or sugar amount in diet products but about the additional ingredients such as flavourings, stabilizers, preservatives and colourings. 463 more words

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Aspartame and Weight Gain

Contained in many of our favorite, zero calorie beverages, Aspartame is an artificial sweetener comprised of methanol, phenylalanine, and aspartic acid. The use of aspartame has been around since the 1980’s, which is right around the time that obsesity started to become noticeable. 400 more words

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My daily Dietary Supplements

This is what I take daily to boost my metabolism and well being. I am going to add few more raw dietary supplement ingredients during my weight loss program. 185 more words

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Chemical modification studies on Abrus agglutinin. Involvement of tryptophan residues in sugar binding.

Biochem J. 1984 Feb 1;217(3):773-81.

Department of Molecular Biophysics, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, IN.

Abstract The galactose-binding lectin from the seeds of the jequirity plant (Abrus precatorius) was subjected to various chemical modifications in order to detect the amino acid residues involved in its binding activity. 272 more words