Propionates food preservatives

Do you find milk addictive? If so, assume an opioid-like peptide reaction. Does milk make you sneeze? If so, assume an intolerance to the immunological compounds and/or opioids, or a genuine allergic reaction – particularly if milk makes your throat itch. Does milk make you gain weight? If so, assume an opioid-like peptide reaction and/or sensitivity to IGF. Does milk provoke seizures? If so, you may need to test your reaction to calcium.
For suspected opioid-like peptide responders, individuals should test A1 milk (regular cow’s milk) versus officially branded A2 milk (Guernsey cow, buffalo, goat’s and sheep’s milk). People who are intolerant of opioids usually tolerate goat’s and sheep’s milk unless they are super-responders. See the gluten and casein responders page . Cream and Butter

  The presence of a food additive is permitted:

• in a compound food other than as referred to in Annex II, where the food additive is permitted in one of the ingredients of the compound food;
• in a food to which a food additive, food enzyme or food flavouring has been added, where the food additive:
                is permitted in the food additive, food enzyme or food flavouring in accordance with Regulation(EC) No 1333/2008 ; and
                has been carried over to the food via the food additive, food enzyme or food flavouring; and
                has no technological function in the final food
• in a food which is to be used solely in the preparation of a compound food and provided that the compound food complies with Regulation (EC) No 1333/2008
• substances not consumed as food itself but used intentionally in the processing of foods, which only remain as residues in the final food and do not have a technological effect in the final product (processing aids), are not covered by this Regulation   

Propionates food preservatives

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