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“Sweet Poison”

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Did you know that there are 3 letters on food labels that you MUST avoid, especially if they’re at the beginning of the list of ingredients?

Those letters are ‘OSE’…

Spotting sugar on food labels isn’t quite as easy as it once was.  Food manufacturers are aware that consumers are much more discerning. You wont necessarily see “sugar” on the  ingredients list, but instead you’ll see these code names:

fructose

maltose

glucose

sucrose

And the worst of the worst, high fructose corn syrup. The invention of high fructose corn syrup is one of the leading causes of obesity in this great country of ours. This non-sugar -ose ingredient is being added to “health foods”, but it’s actually slowly destroying your health every time you consume it. If you see any of the above -ose words in the first 3 or 4 ingredients on a food label, that product is LOADED with sugar and you should be avoiding it.

Beyond that, there’s another non-sugar -ose word not listed above that’s become extremely popular in the last few years.  While it doesn’t carry the sugar content that the above ingredients do, it’s been clinically shown to destroy essential, healthy bacteria in your gut.  If you regularly consume products with this “other” -ose ingredient, you can really do a number of your immune system and digestive health.

Make sure you replace and restore ‘gut’ bacteria daily for the optimal protection and restoration to protect your immune system and complete digestive health. View the Imsyser Immune System Stabiliser Liquid Pre- & Pro-biotic for your daily supplement of 12 STRAINS of good bacteria.

All the Immune products are designed to support immune health in a stabilising effect and the team are dedicated to helping our clients achieve this. Knowledge is Power!!  You have the Power over your OWN body; don’t let anyone/anything strip you of this priviledge…..

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