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Polysorbates and obesity ?

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A lot of people that go obese complain that they can't get full, even after eating a lot of food

Could this be the problem ?

Am still concerned about that, after reading about the polysorbates sealing off the surfaces of parasites and bacteria, making them impervious to vacuum and the electron beams in microscopy.
This could be THE problem causing all the obesity in the present times. If you gut microbes and cell wall can't absorb and convert sugars , then you are just encouraging growth of bad bugs.

Going to have to find something that can disassemble the poly's. THAT is going to be tough.
Polysorbates are in most processed foods, and are used in most biological testing for toxins AND health benefits. and prob weight loss products too. Could that be the actual "active" ingredient , the preservative?




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