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Vegetable glycerin

In an effort to find an easy, inexpensive way to improve the taste of the Miracle-Mineral-Supplement potion, I have been mixing the activated solution with water sweetened with vegetable glycerin. It tastes great. I'm no scientist and I like the approach of keeping it as simple as possible. About vegetable glycerin: "Vegetable Glycerine is a clear, colorless, thick liquid with a natural, moderately sweet taste. 100% food grade vegetable glycerine is comprised of 99.7% fatty esters, made from either coconut or palm oil. The remaining 0.3% of vegetable glycerine is water. Fatty esters do not have an effect on blood sugar, they do not create a glycemic response, and are tolerated well by people with Candida and Hypoglycemia. Water, temperature and pressure are used to create the vegetable glycerine, so it is not a raw product. The temperatures are high enough to kill enzymes and the material is also kept under pressure for 20-30 minutes. The pH of vegetable glycerine is 7.0, so it does not have a negative effect on body’s pH."
Hey folks...any comment or warning? Please tell me if I'm going the wrong way.

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