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5 “Healthy” Foods That Aren’t
January 15, 2014 by Erin Ter Beest

In a world of competing health claims, it’s hard to know what foods are really nourishing and health-promoting. Sometimes it’s even hard to tell whether or not something is really food or just a “food-like substance!” While the occasional #junk food isn’t going to kill you (and stressing out about completely avoiding it might actually do more damage than the occasional junk food itself), there are many “health” foods that have made their way into our diets regularly that are doing serious damage to ... ..more

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What is Spirulina

  4 years, 5 months ago

#Spirulina provides the raw materials [amino acids] for #DNA and #RNA repair. Spirulina is a rich source of B6 and Folate [B9]. Spirulina also contains #antioxidant phytonutrients called anthocyanins. #Anthocyanins are powerful #anticarcinogenics .

Spirulina has strong anti-microbial effects that help create a proper balance among the #gut flora. Spirulina is helpful in the gut because it helps to controlling the growth of pathogenic [Bad] #bacteria and #yeasts in the digestive system. A proper healthy balance of gut flora is critical for optimal digestion and nutritional absorption. Keeping the gut flora healthy and properly balanced is an important part of #detoxification ... ..more

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What are Sulfur & Thiols

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Andy Cutler informs us that many mercury toxic people are intolerant to certain #foods , commonly known as ‘sulfur foods’, which have a high free thiol content. Consuming foods high in thiols raises the circulating thiol levels that in turn mobilizes #mercury and creates symptoms. He notes, “You typically get a couple of hours of feeling good, energized, happy, and then libidinous, then you feel tired, draggy and depressed, which goes on for a day to a week. Of course if you are eating sulfur foods at each meal these all get stacked up and you can never figure out what ... ..more

Carrageenan Guar gum
Locust bean gum Bouillon and broth Stock
Any “flavors” or “flavoring” Maltodextrin
Citric acid,
Citrate
Anything “ultra-pasteurized”
Barley malt
Pectin
Protease
Anything “enzyme modified”
Anything containing “enzymes”
Malt extract
Soy sauce
Soy sauce extract
Anything “protein fortified” Anything “fermented”
*Any ingredients listed as "seasoning," “spices,” "natural flavoring," or "protein fortified.
*Below are #MSG Flavor enhancers.

If these are present, MSG is as well:
Disodium 5’-guanylate
Disodium 5’-inosinate
Disodium 5'- ribonucleotides!
*Diet soda,!
chewing gum,
low calorie low fat foods almost always have multiple versions of MSG and/or aspartame or Amino Sweet included.
Corn starch ... ..more

#Glutamic acid
#Glutamate
Monosodium glutamate #MSG
Monopotassium glutamate
Calcium glutamate
Monoammonium glutamate
Magnesium glutamate
Natrium glutamate
Natural Flavors
Yeast extract
*Anything “hydrolyzed*
Calcium caseinate
Sodium caseinate
Yeast food or yeast nutrient Autolyzed yeast
Gelatin
Textured protein
Soy protein
Soy protein concentrate Soy protein isolate
Whey protein
Whey protein concentrate Whey protein isolate
Vetsin
AuxiGro (plant enhancer) Ajinomoto
Umami
Worchester sauce
Soy sauce
*Examples of hydrolyzed*
Pea, soy, wheat, whey, corn, & vegetable protein.
This additive is the most harmful version as it contains all 3 excitotoxins: glutamate, aspartate, & cysteine as well as chemicals known to be carcinogenic.
*Some #vaccines also include ... ..more

These days we don’t live in cabins on the remote Alaskan tundra so you can only do the best you can with the time and resources you have available. Take it one step at a time, and remember that this isn’t just about chronic neurological and autoimmune illness; it affects everyone. Work toward gradual changes and look for suitable alternatives, as even mild improvements can make a significant difference in health.

Remember that this is not an all or nothing lifestyle change. Gradually remove & replace what you 
reasonably can. If you can eliminate 40-50% of these toxins, you have made substantial progress toward 
lifelong neurological health.

There is no need to memorize all of the names for MSG. A good rule of thumb is if it takes you more than 1-2 minutes to read the ingredient list, it has too many #excitotoxins .

Make an #MSG limit & stick with it. Most GF/CF crackers or cookies have at least 3 to 5 hidden chemicals 
while the majority has 5 to 10, this is what makes them taste good.

A box of Hamburger Helper, RiceaRoni or a can of Campbell’s soup has at least 10 to 20 toxic ingredients. Try to limit each product to 5 or less and avoid having more than a few of these foodstuffs mixed in with homemade meals per day.
Remember, there is almost always a reasonable substitute for favorites. It is also important to realize that your taste buds will adapt once accustomed to less MSG.

Compromise to reduce your overall level.
For example, roasted peanut butter is more convenient & flavorful yet higher in glutamates than raw nut butter. Consider mixing 1⁄2 roasted nut butter with 1⁄2 raw nut butter to cut down on content and retain flavor.

Make up enormous batches of meatballs & patties, seasoned taco meat, stuffed meatloaf, chicken soup, chili, whole grain rice, sandwiches, stirfry, sausages, GF/CF pancakes & waffles, etc., and freeze them in meal size batches for busy nights & mornings. It’s much easier to reheat food in a toaster oven than to cook an entire meal three times a day.

If you occasionally eat fast food, limit the burger to “*protein style” with some plain fries. *This is without the bun.

Don’t forget that anything that is so delicious you just can’t stop eating it or often crave it is undoubtedly chock full of excitotoxins, which are triggering the addiction pathway.

Whenever possible, avoid any processed dipping sauces, soy sauce, soups, gravy, Worcester sauce, and many (not all) salad dressings as well as powder packs in foods such as Top Ramen, mac & cheese, bouillon, Accent, taco & other seasoning packs, etc.

Remember, life is short so it’s a compromise; when you really enjoy something and can’t make or find a good substitute ... ..more

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