Sodium Phosphate Dibasic

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Ingredient NameSodium Phosphate Dibasic
Ingredient Type Acid Regulator Anti-caking Agents
Wikipedia SummarySodium phosphate is a generic term for a variety of salts of sodium (Na+) and phosphate (PO43−). Most of these salts are known in both anhydrous (water-free) and hydrated forms. For example, sodium phosphates are often used as emulsifiers (as in processed cheese), thickening agents, and leavening agents for baked goods. Adverse effects == Sodium phosphates are popular in commerce in part because they are inexpensive and because they are nontoxic at normal levels of consumption. Since safe and effective replacements for phosphate purgatives are available, several medical authorities have recommended general disuse of oral phosphates.
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DescriptionSodium Phosphate Dibasic is given to a patient before a colonoscopy. It causes, get this, Diarrhea. Why is this in a hot sauce or anything spicy? Probably a result of satans influences if not as an Acid Regulator and Anti-Caking Agent. Let that sink in...
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