You wouldn’t willingly or knowingly eat a spoonful of lab-generated chemicals, but when you don’t read ingredient labels in the food you purchase, you’re literally doing just that. Common food items in the U.S. contain chemicals that are banned in over 100 other countries.
These added ingredients are used by food manufacturing companies to prolong the life of the food, get the consumer addicted, enhance flavor, cut costs, and keep you wanting more, which is great for business, but poisonous to your body.
The Following Ingredients Are Found In Your Foods Today:
Coloring agents (blue 1, blue 2, yellow 5, and yellow 6) Found in: Cake, candy, macaroni and cheese, medicines, sport drinks, soda, pet food, and cheese. Most artificial colors are made from coal tar, which is also used to seal-coat products to preserve and protect the shine of industrial floors, as well as in head lice shampoos to kill off the small bugs.
Olestra (aka Olean) Found in: Fat-free potato chips. Side effects anal leakage, a dramatic depletion of fat-soluble vitamins and carotenoids, robbing us of the vital micro-nutrients.
Brominated vegetable oil (aka BVO) Found in: Sports drinks and citrus-flavored sodas may lead to thyroid issues, such as hypothyroidism, autoimmune disease, and cancer. BVO’s main ingredient, bromine, is a poisonous chemical that is considered both corrosive and toxic. It’s been linked to major organ system damage, birth defects, growth problems, schizophrenia, and hearing loss.
Potassium bromate (aka brominated flour) Found in: Rolls, wraps, flatbread, breadcrumbs, and bagel chips.Made with the same toxic chemical found in BVO (bromine), this additive has been associated with kidney and nervous system disorders as well as gastrointestinal discomfort.
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