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Sodium Benzoate (Pepsi, Fanta) Harmful combined with Vitamin C

  • Goldy
  • uploaded: Oct 24, 2011
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Anybody that takes Vitamin C (and most people should) should avoid the following Soft drinks: Sunkist, Fanta, Diet Coke, Sprite, & Pepsi MaX. These drinks contain Sodium Benzoate, 211 on the label. A chemical reaction between Vitamin C and Sodium Benzoate creates Benzine which is a highly carcinogenic chemical.

Benzine has the ability to severely damage the DNA in the Mitochondria to the point that it totally inactivates it, knocks it out altogether. The Mitochondria consumes Oxygen to give you energy, and if you damage it, then the cell starts to malfunction very seriously, often fatally. A whole array of Diseases has been tied to the damage to the DNA, including Parkinson’s Disease and quite a lot of Neuro-Degenerative Diseases.

VIDEO DESCRIPTION:
When combined with ascorbic acid in soda, sodium benzoate can form the potent carcinogen benzene



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1 comments

  • X-mog#

    X-mog October 25, 2011 3:19:29 AM CEST

    C'mon Coke. All you got to do is make your awful product taste good!



 
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