Wrong ingredients among food supplements

Talcum powder as a sandwich filling? No!

Swallowing thick tablets daily is not healthy. They often contain artificial substances and unnecessary additives. This does not fit with a conscious healthy lifestyle. Many dietary supplements contain ‘nasty’ substances that you would rather avoid.

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  1. What substances to avoid
  • Insert your sandwich with talcum powder?
  • Sprinkle a quantity of silicon or titanium dioxide over your food every day?
  • Deem the use of brighteners and fillers necessary?

Most likely not. And yet we have no idea what enters our bodies through foods and medicines.

  • Cellulose
  • Stabilizer
  • Polyvinyl / Polypyrolidone
  • Shining agent
  • Anti-clotting agent
  • Magnesium stearate
  • Silicon Dioxide
  • Talk powder
  • Colorants
  • Titanium Dioxide

Are the above substances in your food supplements? Then it’s time for a change!

The artificial substances are often confused with E numbers, but it is not necessarily the case that all E numbers are bad. E numbers are substances that are added to agents to improve the properties of a product. And in that word ‘improve’ lies the so-called crux. Some E numbers are extremely bad and have nothing to do with improvement. In our view, this is the above list of ingredients when it comes to nutritional supplements.

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