Choose Wisely – Liquid Aminos
Amino Acids are the building blocks of all our organs and tissues. They are also the building blocks from which different food proteins are constructed. When we eat a protein food, such as meat or soybeans, the natural hydrochloric acid in the stomach digests the protein, releasing the Amino Acids. They are the link between the food we eat and assimilation for our body tissue. Lack of adequate Amino Acids may make it impossible for the vitamins and minerals to perform their specific duties. All of this keeps our organs and tissues healthy.
Liquid Aminos have no added chemicals, preservatives, alcohol or artificial coloring. It’s gluten-free and certified Non-GMO. It contains naturally occurring glutamic acid. Nature provides glutamic acid in combination with other essential amino acids in foods containing proteins.
Bragg’s Liquid Aminos is a healthy alternative to Soy and Tamari sauce. No table salt or preservatives are added to this product. It’s very tasty and contains important healthy amino acids.Bragg’s has a small amount of naturally occurring sodium (160 mg per serving) although some comment it’s salty. And it can be, so most don’t add any sea salt or other salt products when cooking when using Braggs Liquid Aminos. You only need a little as it is packed with flavor. If it’s too salty for you, use the spray bottle version or add some water to the mix to lesson the load.Ingredients: Braggs Liquid Aminos are made from health-giving, NON-GMO soybeans and purified water. Not fermented or heated and Gluten-Free.Braggs liquid aminos make it easy to add amino acids to our diet. Mix in with your favorite salad dressing or marinades. Spray on vegetables, my favorite is to add it to my cooked cabbage and cabbage soup. Add it to just about any of your favorite dishes to give it extra flavor. You can also add it to brown rice, farrow and use in your favorite stir fry recipe.
Do not choose this
This soy sauce is a very unhealthy choice especially if you have high blood pressure, kidney disease or diabetes. Sodium in this amount will most likely increase blood pressure, which can damage blood vessels and increase the risk of developing heart disease. The Mayo ClinicKikkoman soy sauce contains a small amount of wheat, which is roasted and then crushed to help the fermentation process. People who are allergic to wheat or who have a gluten intolerance should avoid soy sauce. Kikkoman recently began producing a soy sauce for those allergic to wheat, however, it is made with rice.
If you have issues with Gluten or are a Celiac then you may want to look at Coconut Secrets Raw Coconut Aminos. they are Gluten and Soy free
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