Citric Acid

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Read your food labels! Citric acid= Black mold.

A Sour Deception: Citric Acid Comes From GMO Black Mold, Not Fruit

Just what is your food made of, anyway? Try industrial synthesis, genetically modified mold secretions, hydrochloric acid, mercury-contaminated caustic soda, ferrocyanide… and, of course, lots of GMO corn. If common ingredients like “citric acid” and “ascorbic acid (Vitamin C)” sound normal and familiar enough that you practically conjure up an image of the flourishing orchard they were grown in – then think again. Picture instead an industrial factory, carrying out protocols developed in a…

Greetings Ninjas in Training, Eleka nahmen nahmen ah tum ah tum eleka nahmen. No idea, Elphaba. But a lot of the time, that’s how I feel when I’m trying to read labels. Buckle down, nin…

No Good Read Goes Unpunished

Greetings Ninjas in Training, Eleka nahmen nahmen ah tum ah tum eleka nahmen. No idea, Elphaba. But a lot of the time, that’s how I feel when I’m trying to read labels. Buckle down, nin…

Hidden GMO Exposed--Citric Acid - No GMO 4 Michigan

No GMO 4 Michigan

NoGMO4Michigan's goal is to provide education to the citizens of Michigan regarding the direct correlation between the food they eat and the possible health related consequences.

Citric acid naturally exists in fruits and vegetables. However, it is not the naturally occurring citric acid, but the manufactured citric acid (MCA) that is used extensively as a food and beverage additive. Approximately 99% of the world’s production ...

Potential role of the common food additive manufactured citric acid in eliciting significant inflammatory reactions contributing to serious disease states: A series of four case reports

Citric acid naturally exists in fruits and vegetables. However, it is not the naturally occurring citric acid, but the manufactured citric acid (MCA) that is used extensively as a food and beverage additive. Approximately 99% of the world’s production ...

Birch Water: The Truth and the Hype | it has citric acid added, which can be problematic for those with msg sensitivity

Birch Water: The Truth and the Hype | Healthy Home Economist

The truth and the hype about birch water, also called birch tree water which is high in minerals and contains naturally occurring xylitol.

Symptoms and Diagnosis | Citric Acid Allergies

Symptoms and Diagnosis

How can I tell if I’m reacting to Citric Acid? What kinds of symptoms can Citric Acid cause? Talking to your doctor How can I tell if I’m reacting to Citric Acid? There are a lot of dif…

Citric Acid allergy

Citric Acid Allergies

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What is Citric Acid? Where is Citric Acid found? Wait… can you really react to Citric Acid? Allergy, sensitivity, or intolerance? What is Citric Acid? Citric acid is an organic acid that look…

Citric Acid Allergies: the basics

What is Citric Acid? Where is Citric Acid found? Wait… can you really react to Citric Acid? Allergy, sensitivity, or intolerance? What is Citric Acid? Citric acid is an organic acid that look…

Biometals. 1996 Jul;9(3):273-5. Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't

On the mechanism of citrate inhibition of ceruloplasmin ferroxidase activity - PubMed

Ceruloplasmin is a plasma protein, which oxidizes ferrous ions in a catalytic manner. It is considered to function as a ferroxidase in vivo. Citrate was found to inhibit the reaction. The ceruloplasmin catalyzed oxidation of p-phenylenediamines, however, was not affected by citrate. The inhibitory e …