Food Additives - N

Nappy sterilisers - some contain hypochlorite, which contributes to organochlorin pollution. Vinegar, bicarbonate soda, lemon juice or eucalyptus may be added to the rinse water, or use hot water and sunlight to help destroy bacteria and make nappies white. 12

'Natural' - often means animal, especially in cosmetics. Avoid keratin, collagen, lanolin, elastin

Nitrosamines - compound formed in the stomach in the presence of amino acids, especially from meat. Known carcinogen. The consumption of Vitamin C with amino acids halts the reaction. 1

Ethical Consumption for People, Animals and Planet

The Food Additives from A to Z and 100 to 1520 has been copied from the original site
written from
3 years research by Kim Stewart - BA Philosophy, BSc Honours
BA Environmental Management & Policy
and President of the Animal Liberation Queensland
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