Eating Human Hair & Duck Feathers
Dietary L-cysteine is found in meat, eggs, dairy products, cruciferous vegetables, etc.
At least half of the “natural” L-cysteine found in health food stores is usually manufactured from human hair gathered from the floors of Chinese barber shops and hair salons and combined with petroleum byproducts.
A lot of it also comes from Chinese pig/hog bristles/hooves, and the remainder is from duck/chicken feathers, cow/ox horns, and horse hooves.
Synthetic L-cysteine costs more to manufacture than its “natural” form.
L-cysteine is also a common bread additive under its alias of E920.
Glutathione is biosynthesized when E920 combines with glycine and glutamic acid.
Bread is estrogenic, so at least its E920 offers limited protection against “grain brain” and “wheat belly.”
“Natural” L-leucine, L-isoleucine, and L-valine are also manufactured from Chinese hair and duck feathers.
The word “natural” has lost all meaning.
A “natural death” is just as fatal as a “violent death.”
The word “natural” has been abused for a long, long time.
David Hume (1711-1776) wrote …
“The word natural is commonly taken in so many senses, and is of so loose a signification, that it seems vain to dispute whether justice is natural or not.”