Human waste found in Chinese soy sauce

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Soy Sauce Warning(NaturalHealth365) Without a doubt, ‘imitation’ Chinese soy sauce represents one of the most disgusting man-made foods on Earth. Typically, this non-traditional soy sauce takes only 3 days to manufacture – using the cheapest ingredients like, hydrolyzed vegetable protein (in lieu of soybeans); GMO-derived corn syrup; and artificial flavoring or coloring. But, if you think that is sickening, you won’t believe what really goes inside fake soy sauce.

Warning – if don’t have a strong stomach – avoid reading the rest of this article.

The Chinese, in their brilliance, have found a way to cut the cost of soy sauce production by using human hair along with hospital waste products. I’m not kidding – these twisted food producers seem to feel this a great way to turn a profit despite the threat to human health.

You see – human hair is considered the richest and cheapest source for L-cysteine (L-cys). And, you guessed it, the industrial plants needed to extract L-cyteine are in China.

Human waste products are used to lower food costs

The Internet Journal of Toxicology reported that the Chinese company Hongshuai Soy Sauce didn’t use amino acids derived from soy and wheat, but human hair, from barber shop floors, hospitals, and salons. Amino acids, in human hair, can be used to make a condiment with a flavor similar to that of the usual soy variety. How’s that for human engineering?

An investigation by a TV journalist exposed this manufacturing practice. The cheap soy sauce was being manufactured from an amino acid powder or syrup – bought from a manufacture in China’s Hubei Province – using human hair to make it. It makes me wonder about every food product coming out of China – including ‘organic’ labeled items.

Hold the soy sauce – blood and bacteria are inside

Now you know why processed foods are so dangerous. The hair gathered was unhygienic and mixed with condoms, used hospital cotton, used menstrual cycle pads and used syringes. The hair would be filtered by workers, then the hair would be processed into amino acid syrup. I can only think these food producers have no soul.

They view human waste as a ‘rich source’ of protein – just like soybeans, wheat and bran. These industrial plants produce around 100,000 tons of amino acid daily in the form of powder or syrup. After the syrup is created – it goes to ‘diluting plants’, where water was added and then bottled or packaged into ready to use soy sauce.

It’s no wonder we see cancer rates skyrocketing

The processing of fake soy sauce involves more chemical additives – which are added to the amino acid syrup and heated. The additives include solid hydroxide – to make the sauce taste better – and bottles of hydrochloric acid to balance the pH content of the mixture to make is ‘safer’ for human consumption.

This soy sauce has all the ingredients to create cancer. Human waste products are loaded with lead and arsenic – which are harmful to the liver, kidney and bloodstream. And, as we all know, cancer cells thrive in a toxic environment.

Plus, as if the image of soy sauce couldn’t get any worse, watching it being made can change all of that. (we’ll spare you the video) But, the television footage of a plant showed the workers wearing masks and using sticks to sort human hair taken from dirty bags along with the condoms, cotton buds and pads. The hair is then put into a machine that hasn’t been cleaned in a very long time.

Soy sauce ‘ingenuity’ being put into bagels and pizza dough

The official word, coming from China, is that they closed the plant mentioned above. But, the practice of using human hair in soy sauce has survived. Also, they fail to mention that soy sauce isn’t the only food product made of cheap human hair amino acid powder.

Human hair is now in most processed foods, the bakery industry uses it as a source of L-cystein to make dough softer and more elastic. L-cystein is an amino acid that gives hair its strength. Now it gives bagels and pizza dough its ‘bouncy’ texture. It’s also a meat flavor enhancer and used within expectorants.

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Most food companies are not required to label where ingredients come from – only where the food was packaged or processed. This means frozen dinners, popular fast food restaurants, and even ‘higher end’ eateries are serving human waste products – as part of their menu items.

Don’t be overwhelmed. If you want to avoid cancer-causing ingredients – know the source of your food and buy only fresh (real) food. Get to know your local farmer; start making more meals at home and enjoy the health benefits – immediately.

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  • Irene

    How can you tell the difference between “real” and “imitation” soy sauce?!

    • anAmericanByChoice

      You can’t… not really. The Chinese are masters at faking and copying and imitating, stealing prototypes and making cheap versions of those with crappy, low quality materials. They all look, feel and taste exactly the same… till you start using them, and everything starts falling apart. But when it comes to food, most people will not be able to tell the difference because the flavor is masked by a cocktail of additives that flavor and color and scent what hits the shelves or tables. The chemical industry has made all this possible… the only way to prevent this, is ethics, and ethics is something that does not exist in China (with rare, honorable exceptions). The rule is, anything goes as long as you can make a — preferably easy! — buck! (I know, I lived in China for over three decades, and I speak the language and experienced first hand a lot of all this. It’s sickening!) It’s the result of a Godless society left to communism and human greed… I do not trust almost anything made in China — you get what you pay for!

      • 1555

        Years ago in Europe we knew that the Chinese did not honor any copyright. That should make one pause.

    • Sandra

      I love to know this too & the brand of soya sauce as well so that we can avoid buy it

      • barb

        raw coconut aminos. no one needs soy. if you MUST have soy, be sure it is as organic/fermented as possible. I wouldn’t trust it. Go coconut. 🙂

  • terry

    I read all three of your references to the “facts” you stated in the article and find your article sensationalizing. I agree that the food manufacturers both here and in the USA and everywhere need to be regulated. However, I think your statements have prejudiced implications toward Chinese people. Yes, there are people in all countries who disregard the health and safety of others. There are also many people in all countries that know that fresh, locally grown food is best… including Chinese people! Please watch how you word things! Also the third article you referenced “marketing to china”, does not seem like a very reliable source. The article was not well-written nor were its sources sited.

    • Lanie

      The article is about chinese manufacturing -it’s not about chinese people
      chinese people are also stuck eating poisoned products. The article simply states what has been put into soy sauce. Thanks for letting us know -how bad it really is

    • 1555

      Chinese people are lovely, and they have been damaged greatly by the current industrial revolution in China. Yet we all are aware that just a couple of years ago MELAMINE was exported to the US in pet food. Chinese babies died, from Chinese made baby food with Melamin. US pets died from melamine added to food to make it cheaper.

      This is what this article talks about.

  • Sandra

    Can you please tell me the brand of soya sauce that you describe in your article? It’s really disgusting to produce such a sauce for human consumption.


    • Probably labeled as simply “soy sauce” due to the fact that is a cheap soy sauce or imitation soy sauce or even a brand name misspelled .

  • barb

    A country that is one of the highest polluters of air/water/soil, has many human rights violations, numerous violations in regulating toxic chemicals and the list goes on, why trust FOOD/Vitamins/MEDICINES manufactured here? Just say no. Just because some politicians decided to buy everything out of that place in exchange for loans to run bank bailouts, doesn’t mean we have to. Make educated choices. Don’t even trust “organic” foods from here. Please.

  • Robert Backus

    Yes that statement is a true as “Soy Sauce/Bread made from human hair”. Both are ignorant statements. Both dung and hair are broken down into chemicals before they are used by the plant or the manufacturing plant. The only difference is that the hair is dissolved using HCL- Hydorchloric acid- yep that stuff in your stomach. It’s really difficult to survive that, if you are a germ. No hair arrives at the bakery only an amino acid- hardly scary. So, no hair is actually used in soy sauce or making bread. In fact, you have probably eaten more hair in your veggie meals than you’ve ever eaten in commercial bread etc. (Since that is zero hair in bread, unless the baker contributed one from their head. BTW one estimate says you eat 8 pounds of hair a year, 12 if you own a pet.) If you are actually worried over this you are either, ill-informed, or really worried about eating excrement when eating your vegetables-if you grow your own and compost- horse variety in my case. Can you imagine how many native Americans or other people who didn’t encase their dead you have eaten? That statement is as true as “bread made from hair”. Do you actually think the moleculesatoms inside you are brand new? Never been used before? This is complete nonsense.

  • MELA

    this is seriously so unhygenic to use waste products from hospital n barber shouldnot be a case to save on their cost and risk the lives of the consumers of the product..WHY RISK OTHERS LIFE IN SAVING YOUR OWN PRODUCT

  • Emi Solipo

    Why can’t WHO stop all food from exported out of china, they should eat their own rubbish but its sad to hear this, because China products are found everywhere in the world.. YUCK so disgusting yuck yuck…

    • 1555

      WHO in my observation does not really care about health. Much of its activity consists of supporting vaccination, and such issues. If they actually cared about health of our foods, the world would be much healthier.