You’re Eating Human Hair: Ingredients Big Food Hides From You

The crap they put in packaged food and meat from teh store!
Eat rice and beans and eggs from a local chicken farmer,. Fruits and vegetables from the store are not too manipulated, but from the farmer’s markets or a garden or a local CSA is best.

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by Kimberlee Hertzer

We all cringed when we heard the news spread about hamburgers made out of so-called pink slime. Then when we learned about how filthy conventional apples were, many of us started buying organic apples. A few of us even stopped making macaroni and cheese for our kids when we read that our favorite brand contained harmful food dyes.

As you can see, it’s getting harder and harder to find healthy food. Sadly, the food industry essentially lies about the health of certain food. After all, scientists are working overtime to make food cheaper. And let’s face it: Much of what goes into our food, well, really isn’t food.

So the next time you go to the supermarket or a restaurant, here are six more ingredients to be on the lookout for.

1. L-cysteine

L-cysteine is a softening agent often used in bread. It’s non-toxic, but it’s often…

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7 Responses to You’re Eating Human Hair: Ingredients Big Food Hides From You

  1. PureEvil cont. says:

    I assure all WNs that the human hair in their burgers is definitely blonde, so not to worry. OK, but seriously this is disturbing!

  2. As I’ve commented on Mountain Republic before, those Great Value fish sticks that are a staple of my diet are probably radioactive at this point. Not to mention canned tuna, but I don’t consume much of that.

  3. New England Millennial says:

    Speaking of natural resources…
    Here is Chris Martenson’s new abridged version of the Crash Course. I first watched the series back in 2008, but for anybody out here that hasn’t see it, I think it’s worth a look.

    However, Dr. Martenson completely ignores race in his analysis. For example, he says the primary form of wealth is land. I would argue it’s White People and White Brains (perhaps the Japanese, Koreans, and Chinese as well; and yeah I suppose some Jews have made advances in science & medicine).
    Africa has an abundance of natural resources and land, and yet nothing much came of it.

  4. TabuLa Raza says:

    We live on a diet of pure CaCa, 24/7.

    • mindweapon says:

      I have termed it the Disease Load. Mass media is part of it, bullshit jobs that are of no benefit to society or its people are part of it, junk food is part of it, and anti-white propaganda is part of it. Sitting down and slouching is also part of it.

      Reducing the Disease Load is something we can actually do. People with a high Disease Load are more likely to conform. Reducing the Disease Load demonstrates to people that they are being oppressed. Someone else is inflicting something on them, and all they have to do is avoid this infliction. But they are inflicting it on billions of us! So that pisses you off.

  5. The more you can reduce the damage caused by free radicals with antioxidants, the more your can reduce or even prevent damage.
    “Methylcobalamin is required for the function of the folate-dependent enzyme, methionine synthase. When you give your body a daily dose of these super foods it’s like renovating your body the way someone would renovate an old house that has seen better days.

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