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BHT found to occur in phytoplankton
 
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BHT found to occur in phytoplankton


BHT was found to occur naturally in some phytoplankton. It is therefore every bit as natural as milk thistle, dandilion, and such. Though BHT as a plant extract is unavailable at this time. Synthetically produced BHT is EXACTLY the same as the plant extract. A known compound such as BHT is has EXACTLY the same molecular structure. If it did not, it would not be butylated hydroxytoluene [ BHT ]. You can read about that here: http://www.life-enhancement.com/article_template.asp?ID=2168


That was always one of the big complaints about BHT, that it was supposed to be unnatural. Another BHT myth put to rest. ...Oscar
 

 
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