Saturday 28 November 2015

Nr 258 10 Reasons Why You Should Swish Coconut Oil In Your Mouth Every Morning

Improve Immunity

Oil pulling has traditionally been touted as a majorly effective detoxifying technique and immune booster.
By swishing oil in your mouth for several minutes, you’re cleansing between the teeth, underneath the gums, along the tongue and on the surface of the teeth – pulling bacteria away. When you spit out the oil, you’re removing these microbes from your body.

Boost Energy Levels

When we’re feeling sluggish it can sometimes be down to an overworked immune system. By boosting immunity, the body can direct its energy elsewhere.
Regular oil pullers say you should have some added pep in your step in just two weeks!

Get Smooth & Glowing Skin

How can oil pulling heal skin?
It’s a good question – there doesn’t appear to be much of a link between the two.

Cure Bad Breath

One of the most science-backed health benefits of oil pulling is its ability to improve oral hygiene, including bad breath, or halitosis – which is often caused by bacteria.

Reduce Tooth Decay

A study that reviewed holistic approaches to oral health discovered that oil pulling is one of the most effective natural solutions for preventing tooth decay and loss.

Prevent Gingivitis

Gingivitis is a common and mild form of gum disease that causes irritation, redness and inflammation of the gums.
After just seven days of using the coconut oil, researchers found that both plaque and gingivitis symptoms decreased significantly, and they continued to decrease for the remainder of the month.

Say Goodbye to Sensitivity

Sensitive teeth can also be linked with mouthwash use – something which you can ditch once you begin oil pulling.

Whiten Teeth

Because poor dental hygiene and inadequate brushing and flossing to remove plaque cancause tooth discoloration, oil pulling may whiten up your choppers again.

A Safer Alternative to Mouthwash

Once you start oil pulling, you can say goodbye to store-bought mouthwashes.
While these products can help prevent cavities, gum disease and canker sores, a possible link exists between alcohol-containing mouthwashes and oral cancer.

Help Your Heart

Strangely enough, good oral hygiene has been linked with a healthier heart!
A growing body of research shows that bacteria and inflammation in the mouth are linked to problems like heart attack and dementia.

Why Use Coconut Oil?

You may have noticed from the studies above that sesame oil was the oil of choice and the one that is traditionally in Ayurvedic medicine.
While sesame may work in the same way as coconut oil (by mechanically pulling microbes from the mouth) coconut oil has a number of advantages over sesame:
  • Coconut is lower in inflammatory omega 6 fatty acids than sesame oil.
  • Coconut oil has antibacterial and antiviral properties meaning it can kill the microbes in your mouth.
  • Coconut oil has been shown to destroy Candida, the yeast which causes oral thrush.
  • Coconut oil has a much better flavor than sesame, especially first thing in the morning!

A Beginners Guide to Oil Pulling

Oil pulling is incredibly simple – it just requires some of your time. Here’s how you do it:
  • Take a spoonful of coconut oil (extra virgin  organic) and allow it to liquefy in your mouth.
  • Begin swishing it around – pushing, pulling and drawing it through your teeth and around your tongue.
  • The goal is to do this for twenty minutes most mornings a week – preferably before breakfast. But start with just five minutes – it can cause a bit of jaw pain until you’ve exercised the muscles adequately! There’s no need for vigorous swishing either – a gentle pace is all that’s needed.
  • When you’re done, spit the oil in the bin (not the sink as it can clog). It should be a thin consistency and milky white. Whatever you do, don’t swallow the oil – it’s full of nasty bacteria and food particles.
  • Make sure to rinse your mouth with water or a mix of water and Baking soda, or water and Himalayan pink salt
  • Finally, brush your teeth as normal.
Once you’ve tried oil pulling for a few weeks, and experienced some of its great benefits, you’re sure to be hooked on the habit!

Tuesday 24 November 2015

Nr 257 What can we do to increase the bioavailability of turmeric in the body?

1.    Black pepper – Piperine, which is the key chemical in black pepper, aids the absorption of curcumin, which is the active ingredient in turmeric, and thus increases the amount of curcumin that the body can absorb. So if you are cooking with turmeric, be sure to add some black pepper to the food.
2.    Mixing with fats – One of the main reasons behind the low-availability of curcumin in the body is due to its low solubility in water. Therefore you can mix turmeric with oils, such as coconut oil, flaxseed oil,olive oil etc.
3.    Mixing with quercetin – Quercetin is a plant pigment (flavonoid) that is found in many plants and foods, such as red wine, red grapes, onions, green tea, apples and berries. Quercetin inhibits a certain enzyme that deactivates curcumin. Fruits with a dark red or blue color have the highest quercetin content. These include cranberries, blueberries and black plums. Vegetables that include quercetin are red leaf lettuce, raw kale, chicory greens, raw spinach, sweet peppers, snap beans and raw broccoli.
While turmeric can be added to many dishes, the curcumin is sensitive to heat, so don’t expose turmeric to prolonged heat. So another effective way to add turmeric to your diet is by adding it to your smoothies.
Here are some turmeric smoothie recipes with compounds that will help the curcumin to be better absorbed by the body:

Spicy Tropical Smoothie

The fat content in coconut milk and the black pepper help for better curcumin absorption. This spicy tropical smoothie also aids digestion due to the enzymes in pineapple (bromelain) and papaya (papain), so it’s good to drink this smoothie after a meal. 
1 cup coconut milk
1/2 cup pineapple or papaya chunks
1 banana
1/2 teaspoon each of ground turmeric, ginger and cinnamon (or 1/2-inch fresh turmeric/ginger, peeled and roughly chopped)
¼ tsp. freshly ground black pepper
Put all the ingredients in a blender and process until smooth. Drink immediately to enjoy the most nutritional benefits.

Anti Inflammatory Smoothie

Chronic inflammation is linked to many diseases and is known to worsen their symptoms. The ingredients in this smoothie have anti inflammatory properties so you can use this smoothie as a natural alternative to anti inflammatory medications. In this smoothie, the green tea and the berries (with quercetin) as well as the coconut oil help for better curcumin absorption.
1 cup green tea
1 cup berries of your choice (such as blueberries, raspberries, cranberries)
1 tablespoon coconut oil (nr 191)
1/2 teaspoon each of ground turmeric and ginger
1 teaspoon ground flaxseed or chia seeds
Put all the ingredients in a blender and process until smooth.

Green Smoothie With Turmeric

Here is another great recipe for green smoothie that combines the goodness of leafy greens that are packed with chlorofyll that helps to cleanse the body. Chlorophyll has also anti-inflammatory properties, as it also alkalizes the body, and can therefore be used to reduce the risk of diseases and inflammation processes in the cells. Here the avocado helps the body absorb the turmeric as avocados are full of healthy fats such as omega-3 fatty acids .
1 cup coconut water or coconut milk
1 compressed cup of leafy greens of your choice (such as kale, spinach, lettuce)
1/4 avocado
Green fruit such as pear, apple or kiwifruit
1/2 tsp. of ground turmeric powder or 1/2-inch fresh turmeric, peeled and roughly chopped
1 tablespoon coconut oil (omit it if you use coconut milk or avocado as they provide the fat)

Golden smoothie

This smoothie is rich in vitamin A which is vital for good vision, healthy skin, healthy immune system and cell growth. Here the coconut oil helps for better absorption of the curcumin.
2 tablespoons old-fashioned rolled oats
1 cup water or orange juice
1 carrot chunks
1 mango
Few melon chunks
1/2-inch fresh turmeric, peeled and roughly chopped (or 1/2 teaspoon ground turmeric)
1 tablespoon coconut oil
Place the oatmeal in a blender and process until finely ground. Add the remaining ingredients to the blender and process until smooth. For a thicker smoothie, let it stand for a few minutes before serving.
Morning Warm Lemon Water Tonic With Turmeric
Citrus fruits, such as lemon, are one of the primary dietary sources of quercetin. Some studies suggest that the bioavailability of curcumin can also be enhanced with warmth because warmth increases the solubility of curcumin in water (remember its solubility, not absorption) although prolonged heat is not good as mentioned before. It is still not entirely known how much warmth impacts the absorption. But this may be the reason why some recipes of “Golden milk” (recipe on nr 204) use turmeric with warm milk.
1 cup warm (not hot) water
1/2 tsp. of ground turmeric powder or 1/2-inch fresh turmeric, peeled and roughly chopped
Juice of half a lemon
Dash of cinnamon (optional)
Add the turmeric to the warm water, add the lemon juice and honey and stir well. The turmeric will settle to the bottom of the cup, so you need to continue to stir the water as you drink, to get all the benefits of the turmeric. Make sure to drink while the water is still warm.
By boosting the bioavailability of this powerful spice, you also increase its benefits for every system in your body, and it’s one of the best things you can do for your long term health.


 It all starts from the ground up. Your feet might not seem like significant contributors to your overall health. However, when it comes to the external aspects of your body, there is no harder working part then your feet. They keep you moving, and if you take proper care of them, your feet will prevent back, knee and hip pain.
What follow will explain 10 exercises that will strengthen your feet, help prevent pain, and improve your balance.
Toe Presses

Start the feet strengthening exercise routine by warming up with a set of toe presses to keep you grounded.
  • Stand tall and bend slightly in the knees
  • Grip the floor with all 10 toes
  • Hold for a count of three (avoid curling your toes)
  • Release and perform a set of 10 reps three times a day
Tip: Up the intensity by holding your grip longer
Now that your feet are warm, you’re ready to get started with a little game of Monopoly.

Monopoly Bits

Who knew picking up after a board game could become such a fun and exciting exercise? Try this feet strengthening exercise by scattering little bits of Monopoly pieces across the floor and picking them up with your feet.
  • Stand in front of the mess of Monopoly pieces
  • Pick up 10 pieces with you right foot transferring each to a cup nearby
  • Repeat with the left leg
  • Challenge anyone around you to race to the finish

Now that you have the room cleaned up, it will be easier to tip toe through with some toe walking.

Toe Walking

One of the easiest ways to quickly start strengthening your feet and toes is by simply walking tip-toe.
  • Pace by walking on your toes for a total of 20 seconds
  • Rest then repeat for a total of 8 reps two times a day
Tip: Up the intensity by increasing the time of your walks

Spread Your Toes

Now that you’ve tip-toed the room in a true dancer’s fashion, try another standing exercise to increase your balance.
  • Stand tall with knees slightly bent
  • With feet flat, spread your toes as far as they reach
  • Relax and repeat 10 times
  • Add another set for two sets total three times a day

Move on to the flex and stretch foot exercise.

Feet Stretch And Flex

Now that you have your toes stretched, move onto the foot flexing exercise with an exercise band.
  • Sit on the floor with feet straight out in front
  • Wrap an exercise band around a sturdy chair or bedpost
  • Place the band on the tops of your feet
  • Situate your body seated so that the band pulls with slight resistance
  • Work the feet by flexing against the band
  • Finish with two sets of 20 reps
After completing the flexing stretch, stand up for a challenge with toe lifts.

Toe Lift

You may have the basics down, but are you ready for a challenge? Try and lift each toe one at a time.
  • Stand tall with your knees slightly bent
  • Concentrate on lifting one toe at a time on your right then your left
  • Repeat the exercise for three sets on each foot
Add some weight to this foot exercise next to strengthen your feet with pencil curls.

Pencil Curls

Now it’s time to test the strength of your toes with some pencil curls.
  • Stand tall and shift your weight to one leg
  • Grab the pencil in your toes and hold for 6 seconds
  • Repeat with 10 pencil curls, then switch to the other side
  • Practice this exercise three times a day
Tip: Another option is to ditch the pencil and scrunch a towel in your toes instead.
You may be feeling the burn by now, but don’t fret. The foot workout is almost finished.

Heel Walking

End strong with a heel walk to counter the motions you’ve already done.
  • Pace the room by walking on your heels
  • Walk for 20 seconds, then rest to complete eight sets two times a day
Move onto an easy cool down.

Ankle Circles

Finish with small ankle circles to work out the kinks.
  • Put your back to the floor
  • Extend one leg over head
  • Rotate clockwise for 10 counts, then counterclockwise for 10 counts
  • Switch legs and repeat
Finally it’s time to relax with a rollout stretch.

Rollout Stretch

Now that you are finished, be sure to cool down with a couple feet stretches.
  • Sit on the floor with feet straight in front
  • Flex your toes then hold
  • Now roll the flex into a stretch from the bottom to the top of the arch
  • Allow toes to reach the stretching (pointing position) last
  • Reverse and repeat for a total of 10 slow stretches

Monday 23 November 2015

Nr 255 This Beverage Reduces Cholesterol And High Blood Pressure

Amish Recipe:

This balmy beverage is a part from the Amish culture. According to their words, it treats many diseases and strengthens the immune system …
The combination of its ingredients is very strong, and those who have tried it say the drink has a very strong effect.

This is the recipe they shared:

You need:
  • 1 clove of grated garlic,
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice,
  • grated fresh ginger (1 piece),
  •  1 tablespoon apple cider vinager
  • 15 g of honey.

  • For thousands of years, garlic has been used in nearly every culture in the world, and not just to repel evil. Today, garlic is more commonly used as a food or food seasoning. The use of garlic as an aid for improving health is older than its use as a food. In ancient times, the garlic bulb was considered a common treatment for many diseases.
People with high blood pressure who took garlic supplements daily for up to five months “saw their blood pressure levels drop significantly. This herb cause lesser side effects and even perhaps increases your longevity.
Garlic is one such miracle herb that has been held in high esteem for over 6000 years. All of the beneficial effects of garlic are attributed to its sulfur-containing compounds: allicin, diallyl disulfide, diallyl trisulfide, and others.
If you have high blood pressure then you must drink fresh lemon juice as many times as possible. It makes the blood vessels soft and flexible removing their rigidness, making the blood pressure levels low. Lemon contains high amounts of Vitamin B, so regularly consuming lemon helps you prevent for heart failure.
If you have high cholesterol, a plant rhizome that’s commonly used as a cooking spice may help lower it. Ginger activates an enzyme that increases your body’s use of cholesterol and lowers it.
High blood pressure is just one of the many conditions apple cider vinegar can help abolish due to its powerful ability to balance the body’s pH. Using apple cider vinegar as high blood pressure remedy, you are most likely giving your entire body a boost, not just treating your blood pressure issues.
Honey has several nutrients such as calcium, potassium, sodium as well as B complex vitamins that always fight the cholesterol within the body which means honey has the ability to prevent the cholesterol from moving out of blood and before lining into the blood vessels.
Mix all ingredients, put them in a blender and blend them. Before use, leave the drink in the refrigerator for several days.
This natural remedy reduces cholesterol and acts against hypertension. Effects are best when the drink is consumed before breakfast and before dinner. This remedy can be consumed three times a day in equal doses.
You will experience the first results in a week.
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Nr 254 Some juice recepies

Nr 253 Briefly about fruit, vegetables and berries

Nr 252 What Happens if You Massage This Point On The Ear

Dr. Mark Sandomirsky, a medical science doctor and psychiatrist, states that a simple technique can be used to help relieve stress.

Stress can leave a heaviness in the body and often has an uncomfortable feeling. Stress can happen to anyone in life, at any given reason. Too much work, not enough time to do stuff, family issues, issues with work, the list can be endless. While the effects of stress vary from person to person, there is a method that can be done by anyone.

First off, all destructive emotions need to leave the body. Removing the physical aspect that causes stress will also help. Massaging the points in the body that are against stress can greatly help to relieve the stress.
The point on the ear is known as “the gates of Heaven” by the Chinese. Massaging this area will bring energy to the entire body. This Shen Men point will help keep the body overall healthy, will boost the energy in the body and decrease stress.

It can also be useful when treating addictions and inflammations, and massaging this point will help relieve any pain felt in any body parts. This point is located in the center of the upper third of the ear.

This point should be massaged using the fingers each and every time the body or individual is stressed. It can be used each night before bed to relieve stress.

To perform this procedure, using a cotton pad, breathe deeply as the point is pressed and gently massaged. You will need to pay special attention to the entire body. Keep breathing deeply, then inhale and look to the left. Exhale and look to the right. The body will begin to calm down and stress will be removed.


Sunday 22 November 2015

Nr 251 Artificial Citric acid E 330 or 330; FOOD "ingridiens " TO AVOID !!!!

Dangerous food additives to avoid eating

Because my health and health of my family matters, throughout years I’ve looked into several publications and research that have been done regarding food additives, preservatives, artificial sweeteners and colors, and put together table that can be a simple guide to those who prefer to be cautious and who like to have a choice, to decide what to consume. Some of us might be more sensitive to chemicals than others.
To share my personal findings, here is a new printable list with identifying code numbers of the nasty food additives that we avoid eating. Artificial food preservatives, food colors and flavor enhancers, many of these can be dangerous chemicals added to our food and are known to be linked to Hyperactivity, Attention-Deficit Disorder (ADD), Asthma, Cancer, Poisonings and other negative medical conditions.

Where to look for food additives on a product label?

When buying groceries, these additives are listed (if it’s given by the law) on the food product’s packaging under “INGREDIENTS:” or “CONTAINS:” section, usually next to “Nutrition Information” but the code numbers or names of these additives can be printed on in a small font.
In my opinion placement of the text can be sometimes somewhat hidden or perhaps even misleading. Which isn’t right. Any dangerous additives added in the food, if the product contains any, really should be listed visibly (those people who experience health issues and unpleasant reactions prefer having them labeled on their food packs for instance as “Nasty Additives“.

330 and E330 Citric Acid

How about the Citric Acid E330 or 330? No problem with naturally occurring citric acid. Artificially produced E330 or 330 additive, depending on where or how it is produced with using sulfuric acid, many believe the product might still contain mold and sulfur/sulfites not filtered out completely during the production (Sulfur dioxide and other sulfites (also referred to as sulphites) are among food additives in the list below, under H – A, causing asthmatic and allergic reactions.) For most people sulfites are safe, but for example sensitive aspirin allergies or asthma sufferers can react very severely to sulfites.
In the year 1953 Sir Hans Krebs received Nobel Prize for physiology medicine for discovering that the Citric acid in metabolic reactions acts as part in series of compounds occurring within physiological oxidation of proteins, carbohydrates and fats and turning them into water and Carbon dioxide. Called Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle or known as the Krebs Cycle which is involved in most metabolic reactions, where the Citric acid plays a major role.
* The world “krebs” translates to English word “cancer” … and that’s what created the misunderstanding that citric acid 330 – e330 causes cancer. But in fact it does not. However, it could melt your teeth if you kept it in your mouth for long or if you consumed soft drinks a lot. It is organic acid used as additive in foods, in soft drinks, in beer, wine or cheese production, citric acid prevents bacteria growth, it gives the citric/sour flavor, bakers use it, citric acid E330 or 330 is often added to cakes, biscuits, soups, all sorts of sauces, frozen packed and canned food products, sweets, marmalade’s, ice creams … you can find it mentioned on the packaging.

Codes and names of dangerous food additives

Dangerous Food Additives table
Additive NumberName of Food AdditiveHyperactivityAsthmaCancer
102 & E102Tartrazine (food color)HAC
104 & E104Quinoline Yellow (food color)HAC
107 & E107Yellow 2G (food color)HAC
110 & E110Sunset Yellow (Yellow food color #6)HAC
120 & E120Carmines, Cochineal (food color)HA
122 & E122Azorubine, Carmoisine (food color)HAC
123 & E123Amaranth (Red food color #2)HAC
124 & E124Ponceau, Brilliant Scarlet (food color)HAC
127 & E127Erythrosine (Red food color #2)HAC
E128Red 2G (Red food color)HAC
129 & E129Allura Red AC (food color)HAC
E131Patent Blue (food color)HAC
132 & E132Indigotine, Indigo Carmine (food color)HAC
133 & E133Brilliant Blue (food color)HAC
142 & E142Acid Brilliant Green, Green S, Food Green (food color)HA
143Fast Green (food color)A
150 & E150Caramel (food color)H
151 & E151Activated Vegetable Carbons, Brilliant Black (food color)HAC
154Food Brown, Kipper Brown, Brown FK (food color)HAC
155 & E155Chocolate Brown HT, Brown HT (food color)HAC
160b & E160bBixin, Norbixin, Annatto Extracts (yellow, red to brown natural colors)HA
E171Titanium Dioxide, TiO2 (to give foods an opaque color). More onTitanium Dioxide in comments below ↴???
E173Aluminium preservativesC
E180Latol Rubine, Pigment Rubine preservativesHAC
200 &
Potassium & Calcium Sorbates ,Sorbic Acid preservativesHA
210 & E210Benzoic Acid preservativesHA
211 & E211Sodium Benzoate preservativesHAC
212 & E212Potassium Benzoate preservativesA
213 & E213Calcium Benzoate preservativesA
E214Ethyl Para Hydroxybenzonate preservativesA
E215Sodium Ethyl Para Hydroxybenzonate preservativesA
216 & E216Propyl P Hydroxybenzonate, Propylparaben preservativesA
E217Sodium Propyl P Hydroxybenzonate preservativesA
220 & E220Sulphur Dioxide also Sulfur dioxide preservativesHA
221 & E221Sodium Sulfite or Sodium Sulphite preservativesA
222Sodium Bisulfite or Sodium Bisulphite preservativesA
223 & E223Sodium Metabisulfite or Sodium Metabisulphite preservativesA
224 & E224Potassium Metabisulphite or Potassium Metabisulfite preservativesA
225 & E225Potassium Sulfite or Potassium Sulphite preservativesA
E226Calcium Sulfite or Calcium Sulphite preservativesA
E227Calcium Hydrogen Sulphite or Calcium Hydrogen Sulfite preservativesA
E228Potassium Bisulfite, Potassium Hydrogen Sulfite or Potassium Bisulphite, Potassium Hydrogen Sulphite preservativesHA
E230Diphenyl, Biphenyl preservativesC
E231Orthophenyl Phenol preservativesC
E236Formic Acid preservativeC
E239Hexamine, Hexamethylene Tetramine preservativesC
249 & E249Potassium Nitrate preservativeAC
250 & E250Sodium Nitrite preservativeHAC
251 & E251Sodium Nitrate preservativeHC
252 & E252Potassium Nitrate preservativeHC
260 & E260Acetic Acid, Glacial preservativesA
280 to 283Calcium or Potassium or Sodium Propionates, Propionic Acid preservativesHA
310 & E310Propyl Gallate (Synthetic Antioxidant)AC
311 & E311Octyl Gallate (Synthetic Antioxidant)A
312 & E312Dodecyl Gallate (Synthetic Antioxidant)A
319 & E319TBHQ, Tert Butylhydroquinone (Synthetic Antioxidants)HA
320 & E320Butylated Hydroxyanisole (BHA) (Synthetic Antioxidants)HAC
321 & E321Butylated Hydroxytoluene (BHT) or Butylhydroxytoluene (Synthetic Antioxidants)HAC
330 & E330Citric Acid (NOT DANGEROUS if naturally occurring e330 & 330 citric acid additive – but other can contain sulfites and mold, explained earlier in the article above this table and the printable version link.)
407 & E407Carrageenan (Thickening & Stabilizing Agent)AC
413 & E413Tragacanth (thickener & Emulsifier)A
414 & E414Acacia Gum (Food Stabilizer)A
416Karaya Gum (Laxative, Food Thickener & Emulsifier)A
421 & E421Mannitol (Artificial Sweetener)H
430Polyxyethylene Stearate (Emulsifier)C
431Polyxyl Stearate (Emulsifier)C
E432 – E435Polyoxyethylene Sorbitan Monostearate (Emulsifiers Gelling Stabilisers Thickeners Agents)C
433 – 436Polysorbate (Emulsifiers)C
441 & E441Gelatine (Food Gelling Agent)A
466Sodium CarboxyMethyl CelluloseC
507 & E507Hydrochloric Acid (Hydrolyzing Enhancer & Gelatin Production)C
518 & E518Magnesium Sulphate (Tofu Coagulant)C
536 & E536Potassium Ferrocyanide (Anti Caking Agent)A
553 & E553 & E553bTalc (Anti Caking, Filling, Softener, Agent)C
620 – 625MSG Monosodium Glutamate, Glutamic Acid, all Glutamates (Flavour Enhancers). MSG can be referred to by varieties of other names.HA– ? *
627 & E627Disodium Guanylate (Flavour Enhancers)HA
631 & E631Disodium Inosinate 5 (Flavour Enhancers)A
635 & E635Disodium Ribonucleotides 5 (Flavour Enhancers)A
903 & E903Camauba Wax (used in Chewing Gums, Coating and Glazing Agents)C
905 & 905 a,b,cParaffin and Vaseline, White Mineral Oil (Solvents, Coating and Glazing, Anti Foaming Agents, Lubricant in Chewing Gums)C
924 & E924Potassium Bromate (Agent used in Bleaching Flour)C
925 & E925Chlorine (Agent used in Bleaching Flour, Bread Enhancer and Stabiliser)C
926Chlorine Dioxide (Bleaching Flour and Preservative Agent)C
928 & E928Benzoyl Peroxide (Bleaching Flour and Bread enhancer Agent)A
950 & E950Potassium Acesulphame (Sweetener)C
951Aspartame (Sweetener)HA
952 & E952Cyclamate and Cyclamic Acid (Sweeteners)C
954 & E954Saccharine (Sweetener)C
1202 & E1202Insoluble Polyvinylpyrrolidone Insoluble (Stabiliser and Clarifying Agent added to Wine, Beer, medications, Pharmaceuticals)C
1403Bleached Starch (Thickener and Stabiliser)A
Additive NumberName of Food AdditiveHyperactivityAsthmaCancer

Food additives to avoid …

… linked to hyperactivity, asthma, cancer – avoid these in your own will in your every day diet!
If allergic and other reactions to food additives can occur hours and even days later after they are consumed therefore it can be hard for many people to notice any connection links. A noticeable contrast, as to spot a positive change resulting from food intake, if necessary, could possibly be achieved by starting to eat and cook for a period of time only natural raw, not modified, food items. Thus comparing the effects against the previous diet and potentially seeing or feeling some difference.

MSG — Monosodium Glutamate

H, A, -, are the ONLY known information glutamate. In connection with cancer tumors research that came to my attention is  on PubMed.