Friday, August 31, 2007

Eliminating Health-Destroying Food Products is Key to Good Nutrition and Eating Healthy

Welcome to my blog. Today I'm going to share about some more food products that you should never eat or even have in your kitchen. One of the is to avoid these kinds of man-made refined food additives. If is important to you, please be pro-active and remove these health-destroyers from your diet.

First, never eat food products that contain MSG (monosodium glutamate). is an excitotoxin, is dangerous to your health, makes you fat, increases your appetite, and causes all kinds of physical and medical problems. Check out the book, Excitotoxins, the Taste that Kills, or the book, In Bad Taste, The MSG Complex. Do your own research on "the dangers of MSG." The food processing companies are putting this dangerous poison into many of our foods under different names in order to deceive the public. Don't be deceived; read labels carefully. Some of the hidden sources of MSG that show up on food labels include: glutamate, glutamic acid, gelatin, calcium caseinate, textured protein, monopotassium glutamate, sodium caseinate, yeast nutrient, yeast extract, yeast food, autolyzed yeast, hydrolyzed protein, hydrolyzed corn gluten, natrium glutamate. Go to www.truthinlabeling.org and copy down the long list of other ingredients that often contain MSG or create MSG during processing. It's surprising to learn that soy sauce and teriyaki sauce create MSG during processing.

Second, eliminate all food products that contain high-fructose corn syrup, fructose, corn syrup, sucrose, multidextrin, corn syrup solids, dextrose, and white sugar. These additives are very unhealthy and will make you fat. These are all hidden sources of sugar in food products. In order to deceive you into thinking that sugar isn't the number one ingredient in a product, the food manufacturers will use a variety of sweeteners (as mentioned above) to divide up the sugar under separate names. In this way, wheat, for example, may appear to be the first ingredient (making up the largest ingredient on the label), but the truth is that when you add up all of the separate sweeteners, the sugar content is really the number one ingredient. Warning: food companies are putting in everything today because it is very inexpensive and because it makes you fatter than other sweeteners. You need to understand - the food industry wants you to be fat because fat people eat more food, thus increasing the sales and profits of the food companies. Become an expert at reading labels and avoiding this health-destroying poison.

Third, avoid all products containing hydrogenated oil (trans fat), partially hydrogenated oils, margarine, margarine-like products, shortening, Crisco, cottonseed oil, and palm oil. These are all man-made products that are actually toxic poisons. These fats attack the artery walls and cause heart problems. They also attack the intestine, kidneys, liver, spleen, and gallbladder, causing untold damage. The bad news is that these oils are virtually in every food product you buy today in the supermarket. Products containing high levels of trans fats include popular products such as Jif and Skippy peanut butter, prepackaged cake icings, candy bars, and almost anything that produces the "smooth mouth feel" on the tongue. These oils and margarine are as close as you can get to eating plastic. Despite what television ads try to say, butter is actually better for you than . The main problem with all of these oils/fats is that we have taken natural foods and altered them into man-made toxic substances that the body cannot handle. One last word, avoid all products with cottonseed oil and palm oil, which are very unhealthy. Cotton is not even a food; it's what we make clothing out of. Why would you want to eat it? In summary, never eat anything that has hydrogenated or , margarine, cottonseed oil, or palm oil in them. They are simply toxic and deadly to the body.

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1 comment:

sarah said...

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Sarah

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