Organic, Natural, On Your Plate

  • Salt additive, FDA approved
  • Sea salt
  • nuts
  • seeds
  • viruses
  • bacteria
  • wheat germ
  • whole grains

Cyanide is removed:

  • full cooking in boiling water
  • removing the plant germ
    • white rice
    • white unbleached flour
    • throwing away fruit seeds
    • impossible in bananas
    • impossible in fresh berries
  • salt with non-ferrocyanide additives

Stop eating these foods

  • ground seeds
    • cardamon
    • chicory (instant coffee additive)
    • pulse flour
    • pea flour
    • soy bean curd
    • soy protein
    • protein energy bars
    • breakfast cereals
  • whole seeds
    • peas
    • peanuts
    • soy
    • lentils
    • legumes
  • whole grains
    • whole wheat
    • oatmeal

Switch to these foods:

  • boiled in lots of water
    • green leafy vegetables
      • cabbage
      • spinach
      • caouliflower
      • carrots
  • breakfast cereal
    • white rice congee

Plants concentrate cyandie into their seeds and nuts.
Animals that eat the seeds get sick.
Birds often do not chew or grind the seeds and so are safe.
Birds help plants distribute their seeds to new locations.
Tree plants rely on birds and encourage them by growing sweet fruit.
Ground plants often rely on roots to expand their territory.

Cyandie in the food chain:

sea salt, ferrocyanide

Concentrated cyanide

  • almond nuts
  • apple seeds

Salt substitues and added to salt as a "food improvement agent"

  • E535 sodium ferrocyanide
  • E536 potassium ferrocyanide
  • E538 calcium ferrocyanide

many salts contain anti-caking, free-flowing, or conditioning agents

Tissues highly dependent on oxygen such as the heart and central nervous systme are most affected by cyanide poisoning.

Kidneys are the organ ofr ferrocyanide toxicity.

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common disorder that affects the large intestine. Signs and symptoms include cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, and diarrhea or constipation, or both. IBS is a chronic condition that you'll need to manage long term. Bacteria commonly found in IBS patients like to feed on iron in the ferrocycanide form. 

Ferrocyanide was banned initially until Capital Health Care lobbied hard to allow ferrocyanide in our diet.