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A Common Unlisted Food Additive May Induce Food Allergies
Natural Blaze - …many chemicals used in food processing don’t seem to make it into print on package labels! One is the synthetic preservative and antioxidant tert-butylhydroquionone (tBHQ) added to cooking oils, nuts, crackers, breads, waffles, fast and frozen foods. TBHQ is a form of butane gas that’s used in welding or portable gas stoves! According to FDA regulations, 0.02 percent of the total oils in a food can be tBHQ. It’s used in unsaturated vegetable oils and some edible animal fats too. It also is used to ‘protect’ food with iron from discoloration. Frozen fish products have some of the highest concentrations of tBHQ. There are known adverse health effects from long term, high doses of tBHQ, one being cancer of the stomach. However, a Michigan State University researcher has devoted her work to finding out how tBHQ affects the immune system and causes T cells to release certain proteins which can trigger allergies to common foods like eggs, nuts, shell fish and wheat…. Another issue tBHQ may contribute to is behavioral problems. Those who struggle with attention deficit and hyperactivity (ADHD) are cautioned to avoid it…. Here’s a listing of foods/products, which apparently contain tBHQ or other petroleum byproducts: Mcdonalds chicken nuggets and french fries have TBHQ. Red Robin fast food chain also uses tert Butylhydroquinone in cooking oil. CHEEZ-IT Crackers made by Kelloggs have petroleum products. Butterfinger chocolate and Resee’s Peanut butter cups have tert-Butylhydroquinone. Nestle Crunch has tert-Butylhydroquinone. Wheat Thins contain petroleum….
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A synthetic preservative is poison to your body