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Curaloe® Aloe Vera Support Supplement
Curaloe 100% Pure Juice is the ultimate health drink and the perfect boost for the immune system and internal cleansing and it enhances vitality. Contains 100% pure Aloe Vera gel.
Your vitality will move forward by leaps and bounds if you take this drink every day.
- 100% Aloe Vera stabilized with Citrus Acid
- Potassium sorbate
- Acscorbisch acid
- 17.0 fl oz
- Drink Curaloe Support Supplement pure or mixed with water or fruit juices at least once a day.
- Recommended daily allowance:
- Kids (age 5+): 15 ml per day / 0.5 fl oz
- Adults: 30 ml per day / 1.0 fl oz
Aloe Barbadensis (Vera) Leaf Juice, Citric Acid (E330 Acidity Regulator), Sodium Erythorbate (E316 To maintain freshness) Potassium Sorbate (E202 To preserve freshness), Sodium Benzoate (E211 To preserve freshness)
Helaas is de E211 een zeer schadelijk E-nummer :( Kankerverwekkend, gedragsstoornissen, hyperactiviteit, groeiaandoeningen, netelroos, astma, oogiritaties. Ik gebruik jullie facial Gel al erg lang. Maar dit verbaasd mij ontzettend dat jullie dit soort E-nummers toevoegen aan de sap.
Beste Rozemarijn, Bedankt voor je review en feedback. Hierbij een korte uitleg over het waarom wij het gebruiken en waarom het niet per sé schadelijk is:
What is sodium benzoate, and should you be worried about ingesting it? The chemical is a preservative commonly found in foods most people consume daily, usually beverages such as sodas and juice drinks that are acidic. It's also found in items such as pickles, salsa and dip, and can turn up in cosmetics and medicines. Under acidic conditions, sodium benzoate inhibits growth of bacteria, mold and yeast, extending a product's shelf life, says Randy Worobo, associate professor of food microbiology at Cornell University in New York. "Without it a product's shelf life is much shorter. Consumed under normal conditions it poses no great health dangers, says Don Schaffner, professor of food science at Rutgers University in New Jersey. "Sodium benzoate is still actively being studied, but in a comprehensive review [researchers] concluded that at levels being used in foods it doesn't pose a risk." The Food and Drug Administration limits sodium benzoate to concentrations of 0.1% by weight. When sodium benzoate combines with ascorbic acid (vitamin C) benzene can form, which is a known carcinogen. Factors such as heat and time can affect its development. Schaffner says, your risk of reaching dangerous levels is pretty low.
Curaloe uses E211 in less then 0.1% and we do not use ascorbic acid, so no benzene is formed.