Posted on August 26th, 2006 in aspartame, canned soup, cellular health, chemical additives, conventional foods, dangerous ingredients, diet, diet soda, dr russell, excitotoxins, food, hydrogenated oils, monosodium glutamate, neurotoxic, nutritional deficiencies, processed meats, russell blaylock, sodium nitrite, toxins, vegetarian foods | No Comments »
THE MOST DANGEROUS INGREDIENTS IN CONVENTIONAL FOODS
1) Sodium nitrite -- causes cancer, found in most processed meats like hot dogs, bacon, sausage. Used to make meats appear red (a color fixer chemical).
2) Hydrogenated oils -- causes heart disease, nutritional deficiencies, general deterioration of cellular health, and much more. Found in cookies, crackers, margarine and many "manufactured" foods. Used to make oils stay in the food, extending shelf life. Sometimes also called "plastic fat."
3) Excitotoxins -- aspartame, monosodium glutamate and others (see below). These neurotoxic chemical additives directly harm nerve cells, over-exciting them to the point of cell death, according to Dr. Russell Blaylock. They're found in diet soda, canned soup, salad dressing, breakfast sausage and even many manufactured vegetarian foods. They're used to add flavor to over-processed, boring foods that have had the life cooked out of them.
Source: A new book by Mike Adams, entitled "Grocery Warning" takes a scientific look at a plethora of problematic ingredients in the everyday foods we eat.
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