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Food dyes/Chemical dyes...Enzyme inhibitors

I wanted to post this couple weeks back but kept getting stuck so this speak

I m gettin that food/chemical dyes are problematic to enzymatic function.. inhibiting functioanlity of enzymatic proteins .. Our enzymes can be inhibited competively and noncompetively
I don t believe that these dyes become separate layers but they do latch on to enzymes.. I may be wrong here

About a month ago I noticed after eating certain oranges that there was some function in the many enzymatic pathways had become active. I realized that the reason for this was that I had began clearing dyes from foods before eating(command).
Newport please clerify if we have this function via the doctrine. ( hope I m not off again)

Seems like my system is really bottled up with these dyes, and other chemical classes: preservative compounds,pausterizing cmpnds, additives, water disinfectants etc. I really need to compile a better list of these classes so I can dowse maybe where I m at.

Seems as if the dyes effect with protein folded states a bit differently than say water disinfectants
Don t understand how this happens, visuals of protein function schematics may help, dont know?

Study on protein inhibitors

Again,it seems that alot of synthetic food dyes interfere w/enzyme expression in countless of pathways but interacting in schemes different from what newport points regarding heavy metals. This(dyes) is also is covered by the doctrine but I dont know how extensive it is. How big is this problem? I have no idea

example of toxic dyes

I think newport was hinting on this when he recommended this:

Has anyone used this food zapper on food or themselves?
Tested this several days back and it tested strong.
Seems like this would be an excellent tool to use for food dyes etc. Has anone tested this for other chemical classess?
IT seems to be able to clear almost all dyes even new dyes that may be hard to identify quickly (seems to be an endless amount in circulation). Can t verify know because my dowsin is off

Newport would the synchometer be effective in reading these chemical compounds and tagging/hitting them with frequency as soon as they are encountered? Seems like these compounds may be in an orientation that is hard to read.
Seems that its ALOt easier on the body if this stuff is cleared prior to gettin into the body (than) clearin it once in the body!

I may be off on this but I do know the chemical compounds do effect us in some manner.
Any responses or answers appreciated

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