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#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

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

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Methylation
The methylation pathway can be likened to the body’s chief housekeeping and maintenance systems. It is responsible for many of the most complex and vital undertakings throughout the body, occurring each time the body takes one substance and turns it into another. This chemical exchange occurs between enzymes, amino acids, proteins, and other molecules in order to maintain cell function. Methylation regulates gene expression, allowing beneficial genes to function while keeping less desirable genes at bay. It also provides the backbone for the immune system, DNA, RNA, cellular repair, detoxification, hormone regulation, and communication between the cells and ... ..more

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