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Betaine HCl (betaine hydrochloride) is a vitamin-like substance that is found in many whole grains. It is an acidic form of betaine, which is a form of hydrochloric acid that is derived from the beet. Betaine HCl is a non-essential nutrient and can be a source of hydrochloric acid needed for the body’s digestive process. Hydrochloric acid on the other hand, is essential in the digestion of protein in the human body. Betaine HCl supplements and…

…to reduce irritation from ionic surfactants. Cocamidopropyl betaine is used in many industries among them are industries that make soaps, shampoos and even the cosmetic industry uses Cocamidopropyl betaine. This chemical also has antiseptic properties making it suitable for sanitary products as well. Cocamidopropyl betaine is an alternative for [[Cocamide DEA]]. Cocamidopropyl betaine is considered the best chemical ingredient to use for skin…

…and tissues. Methionine was first isolated from casein powder in 1922. It was classified as belonging to a group of compounds which were called lipotropics; the group included other compounds like choline, inositol and betaine all having properties to lower blood cholesterol. Although methionine was nonexistent during the ancient times, the natural sources of this important compound were used as staple foods. Sesame seeds, cereal rice and beans…

…hepatitis, viral hepatitis and also many other types of kidney diseases. Fatty liver, hepatitis and cirrhosis due to chronic alcoholism are also treated with Milk Thistle seed extracts. The Milk Thistle seed also contains Betaine that is considered a glutathione regenerator, healing the body from illnesses. The Milk Thistle seed extract can also counter lead and zinc poisoning and also mushroom poisoning. Milk Thistle seed preparations can also…

…abnormal growth mainly because of its potent inhibitory effects against the body's abnormal cells • Pacify the liver These healing properties are possible because of the presence of stachydrine, flavonoids, choline, betaine, and vitamin B1, among other chemical components. As can be expected in any herbal formulations, chrysanthemum is not without its share of side effects and precautions. For as long as you can keep within the recommended…

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