Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Hazardous food


Sometimes the food that read 'fruit flavored' or 'flavored cheese' containing fruit or cheese. What about today? Most of the food is artificial, and the list of additives contained crossed the figure of three thousand.Although most supplements are relatively harmless, there are some that should be avoided.


Additives to Avoid

First Olestra
Fat substitute synthesized by Procter & Gamble in, and use it in crisps Pringles Light. Since our digestive enzymes can not break down big molecules, Olestra has a calorific value of 0

What's the problem?
It can cause diarrhea. In addition, the absorption of important nutrients such as beta carotene and lycopene. Intimidate and animal studies at Purdue University, which showed that Olestra can cause weight gain faster than those of the fat.

Second Pigment caramel
Artificial pigment that is produced by heating sugars. Often in this process involved ammonia.

What's the problem?
Caramel appears in carbonated beverages, ready sauces, breads and desserts. If the products of regular sugar is mostly harmless, but if the production process involved in ammonia, forming 2-methylimidazole and 4-methylimidazole, chemicals linked to cancer in mice. Companies are not required to disclose whether the color obtained with ammonia or not.

3rd Saccharin
Artificial sweetener found by accident in the 1870s.

What's the problem?
Studies have linked saccharin to bladder cancer. Three years ago, the study found that rats gain weight faster if you eat saccharin than when they eat sugar.

4th Potassium bromate
He puts himself in flour and allows leavening during baking.

What's the problem?
Potassium bromate causes thyroid and kidney tumors in rats. Many countries have banned it. Some American fast food chains are using it.

5: BHA - Butylated hydroxyanisole and Butylated hydroxytoluene
Antioxidants and petroleum-based preservatives.

What's the problem?
The Office U.S. Department of Health and Human Services issued a press release stating that the BHA possible carcinogen. Products containing it such as Goya grease and chewing gum Orbit.

6th Partially hydrogenated vegetable oil
Semi-solid fat that is produced by adding hydrogen to unsaturated fatty acids.

What's the problem?
Partially hydrogenated fats are the main source of transfats, and every year they are guilty of at least 70,000 heart attacks only in the United States. It is used to fry food in many restaurants and margarine.

7th Sulfites
Maintain the color of food and prevent the growth of bacteria release of sulfur dioxide.

What's the problem?
As a preservative used over 1,000 years ago. But in sensitive asthmatics and sulfites can cause difficulties.Inadvertent insertion into wine, figs or fresh food in restaurants can lead to death, as was the case in the 1980s in the United States.

8th Azodikarbonamid
Žutonarančasti synthetic additive batter.

What's the problem?
These chemicals are primarily used for the production of industrial plastics. But used in the food industry.British authorities ordered that the product containing it must be stressed as a possible cause of asthma. A study conducted by the World Health Organization has confirmed it. It can be found in baked goods Dunkin 'Donuts and McDonald's bun.

9th Carrageenan
Thickener and emulsifier, which is derived from seaweed - E407 carrageenan.

What's the problem?
Algae are healthy, but carrageenan is just a by-product. Animal studies linking it to cancer occurrence, Bowel problems and ulcers. There is no clear evidence of harm to human health, but nutritionists will advise you to avoid it. It is often used in diet products.
source: net.hr


ASPARTAME-Aspartame, the artificial sugar causes serious symptoms, from memory loss to the brain tumor. Although approved by the U.S. the FDA (U.S. FDA) as a safe addition to foods, aspartame is one of the most dangerous substances to which humans have ever been exposed to.

Aspartame is the technical name for the artificial sugar which is also known by the names of the factory - NutraSweet, Equal, Spoonful, Equal-Measure, etc.. Aspartame was discovered by accident in 1965 when James Schlatter, a chemist of GD Searle Company was testing a cure for ulcers.

Aspartame was approved for dry goods in 1981 and for carbonated beverages in 1983 The substance was originally approved for dry goods on July 26, 1974, however, in August 1974 was a complaint filed by Dr. John W. Olney, a scientist in the field of neurology, and James Turner, U.S. Attorney Office of Consumer Protection, which, along with the results of the investigation of research procedures, GD Searle led the FDA to withdraw permission for the use of aspartame in December 1974 Later, in 1985. g. Monsanto purchased GD Searle, which was then split into two separate subsidiaries, Searle Pharmaceuticals and The NutraSweet Company.

Aspartame is by far the most dangerous substance on the market that which is found in food and drinks (the so-called. "Sugar-free" chewing gum, ed. Prev.) He is responsible for over 75% of the adverse reactions to food additives, which are U.S. Aspartame Department of Drug Administration (FDA). Many of these reactions are very serious, including loss of consciousness and death, as it was published in February 1994the report of the Institute for Health and Health Services (Department of Health and Human Services). (1) A few of the 90 different documented symptoms caused by aspartame, which are listed in the report include:
Headaches / migraines, dizziness, seizures, nausea, numbness, muscle spasms, weight gain, rashes, depression, fatigue, irritability, tachycardia, insomnia, vision problems, including loss of vision, hearing loss, heart palpitations, interference breathing difficulties, anxiety attacks and panic attacks, difficulty in speech, loss of taste, tinnitus, vertigo, memory loss and joint pain.

According to researchers and physicians studying the adverse effects of aspartame, the following chronic illnesses can be triggered or worsened by ingesting of aspartame:
Brain tumors, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, chronic fatigue syndrome (chronic fatigue syndrome, ed. prev.) Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, mental retardation, lymphoma, birth babies, fibromyalgia, and diabetes.

1 comment:

  1. New Diet Taps into Innovative Plan to Help Dieters LOSE 15 Pounds within Just 21 Days!

    ReplyDelete