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Top Quality Be Aware of Chemicals in Your Food PLR Report

It’s amazing how much our food has changed over the past few decades.  In fact, the food we eat today would be virtually unrecognizable by our parents and grandparents.  Think about it, the next time you’re in a grocery store pick up a simple loaf of bread and read the ingredients.  You might recognize the first three or four but after that, it all becomes Latin and chemistry.

Many experts recognize the start of the decline of our food supply as starting with the industrialization or mass production of bread.  To make it last longer on the shelves processors removed the Omega 3 fatty acids from the grain.  They have a short shelf life, which means the bread goes bad on the shelf.  Producers want to make it last as long as possible on grocery store shelves because it cuts down on the cost of distribution – if you only have to make a delivery once a month, that’s a lot cheaper than once a week.

Once the omega fatty acids are removed from the grain, then preservatives, sweeteners and all sorts of things are added.  What’s amusing is that due to the growing awareness of the importance of Omega 3 fatty acids, bread makers are now adding it back into the bread.

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As the industrialization of our food grew the return on investment for growers became even more important.  To ensure maximum yield, they began spraying crops with hordes of pesticides and fungicides.  These chemicals make their way into the food we eat every day.  And it doesn’t end there.  Food coloring, artificial sweeteners, hormones and antibiotics are all added to our processed foods.

For example, Potassium bromate is illegal in every country except Japan and the U.S. because it is a carcinogen, however, it is added to bread manufactured by the country’s largest bread manufacturers – it gives your bread that chewy texture because it makes the bread rise higher.  Unfortunately, adding dangerous chemicals to our food supply is all too common.

You may be asking, “What about the FDA?”  To be fair, the FDA does recognize chemicals added to our food and approves or disapproves them based on testing.  That being said, think about all of the additives and chemicals that were approved by the FDA only to be later banned.  We’re talking about saccharine, for example, which was later deemed to be a carcinogen.

Whether we’re talking about bread or cereal, packaged drinks and even our milk and meat supply, there are chemicals being added to your food.  These chemicals, we’re talking about, additives and preservatives and pesticides, can be harmful to your health, sometimes even causing problems as serious as cancer.

There is good news…

Learning how to read labels, understanding what additives and preservatives are in your food and learning how to buy the healthiest foods for you and your family can drastically change your health.

This report is divided into three main sections:

  1. Understanding and recognizing food additives and preservatives
  2. Understanding and recognizing pesticides
  3. Tips and strategies for healthier eating; reading labels, buying organic and avoiding processed foods.

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