How often do you drink formaldehyde, paint thinner or eat plastic?
Don’t be surprised if it’s just about every day.
Maybe it’s a little polyethylene glycol, hydrogen, carbon, aluminum, monosodium glutamate, neotame, polyester, methanol, Red 40, Red 40 Lake, or Green 3.
These are manufactured chemicals added to our foods without us knowing it. If they are less than 2% of the ingredients, the manufacturer doesn’t have to list them on the packaging.
The technology of food is making us sick and we aren’t aware of all the chemicals we are exposed to.
Cancer within the United States is #1 in the world. Seizures are at record highs. Diabetes is at its highest level.
Illnesses are epidemic.
Most are on the rise.
Food chemicals, unnatural to the human diet, are the prime suspects!
Disease and disease syndromes once considered rare are now commonplace.
Have you ever had food poisoning? Food poisoning used to mean eating spoiled food that kept you up all night suffering in the bathroom. Well, now it’s more complicated.
Today, symptoms of food poisoning are frequent – headaches, nausea, vertigo, insomnia, blurred vision, depression, IBS and gastrointestinal disorders, seizures, anxiety, and high blood pressure.
These are common food reactions, to only list a few.
The overload of chemicals in our food supply causes many of the symptoms above, if not all of them.
Sugar and salt used to get the blame for just about everything. Not any more.
Sugar-free products containing aspartame have been proven to cause holes in the brains of laboratory mice, according to Dr. John Olney, M.D., Washington University School of Medicine. Four deaths are listed in FDA files under aspartame (the blue packet).
That’s what I call the mother-of-all food poisoning cases!
It’s time to get back to the basics of nutrition. Simply eat more natural foods with less artificial chemicals. Teach your children the difference between natural and unnatural. Eating an apple (seeds and all) is a great snack; snacking on French fries while drinking a soft drink, or having a candy bar is unhealthy and filled with nasty chemicals.
Pick Your Poisons
If you are experiencing unusual health symptoms, start scrutinizing your diet. Study the products you are using. If you have a hair analysis done, discover if you are toxic in any metals you may be unaware of, like thallium or arsenic.
If your doctor cannot find anything wrong with you, then it typically means that you are reacting to something.
It could be in your food.
It could be in your water.
It could be in your living environment.
The chemicals in processed foods can accumulate over time into illness. Drinking a diet cola with aspartame is no different than sipping wood alcohol; aspartame is 10% methanol, wood alcohol. Drinking sucralose is like drinking from your swimming pool.
I was shocked when I realized that my favorite drink contained an emulsifier used in paint thinner. Yep, it had polyethylene glycol, a cheap petroleum-based chemical used to separate oil and water written right there on the packaging.
Are you feeling under the weather? Tired? Do you have a cold you just can’t shake?
At the first sign of trouble, put on your detective’s hat and begin looking for clues. If you’re sick, you’re ill for a reason.
There is a cause for every effect, otherwise it just wouldn’t exist. More times than not, the answers will be found in what you are eating or drinking.
Read Your Labels
Don’t look at the calories as much as searching for the chemical ingredients – most of them you won’t be able to pronounce. They’re straight out of a chemistry book.
If you can’t pronounce the ingredients in a product, put the product back on the shelf! The fewer the ingredients, the better. The fewer food additives, the more natural it will be.
Here’s to good health!
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