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3) Whey. Whey is the king of proteins used by bodybuilders and athletes the world over. It boosts immunity, increases glutathione and has an excellent amino acid profile. But is it really all goodness and light? Not once the food goons get done with it! For reasons unknown, whey is almost always processed with a process called hydrolyzation, i.e. heating at high temperatures. (For more details, see my link on Whey and Excitotoxins.)
This leaves the consumer with a toxic mixture of excitotoxins, including abundant free glutamine and aspartates. Furthermore, it also insures the anhilation of its glutathione boosting properties. Again, I cannot imagine why anyone would even conceive of doing this, yet most bodybuilders have no idea that, in their efforts to improve their health and muscle mass, they may be taking out their neurons. This isn't just an issue for the muscle heads by the way: hydrolyzed whey, soy and vegetable proteins are put in many processed foods, leaving the public vulnerable to excitotoxin exposure.
4) Toothpaste. Okay, this isn’t a food, but health-minded people put this in their mouth several times a day and some is swallowed and aborbed. Many health-conscious people know that gum disease is associated with cardiovascular disease due to increased inflammation levels. So we all break out our toothpaste and begin the war against all that is orally evil never suspecting that the cure is likely worse than the disease.
Yes, indeed, toothpaste is full of questionable and even downright toxic ingredients. Let’s look at some of the ingredients in Colgate Total Plus Whitening Toothpaste as of 3/17/2011. We’ll start with Triclosan. This is the potentially dangerous pesticide that I cover in my links on The Dangers of Antimicrobial Soaps and Toothpaste Dangers. CAUTION: Be cautious about using baking soda as an alternative toothpaste: some experts believe it can damage enamel over time.
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