A new National Institute of Health (NIH) study has just been released that links highly processed foods to weight gain in a rather dramatic way.
Beyond Meat products is a highly processed food and as such includes food additives that may be problematic for some consumers. This article takes at look at what those food additives are and informs consumers about the adverse reactions that have been linked to some of them in scientific studies, medical studies, consumer reports and clinical trials. Of special interest is the high level of salts present in this highly processed food product.
For decades scientific researchers have been examining the adverse health consequences of individual chemical additives common in highly processed foods. … More
We have been waving the warning flag on a common food chemical for over a decade now for its link … More
While it is unclear whether it is the artificial sweeteners themselves, other additives commonly used in conjunction with artificial sweeteners, … More
Are the chemical additives in highly processed “junk” food addictive? A new study has examined the issue and concludes that … More
Processed meats in the U.S. contain food additives that have been linked in scientific research to numerous adverse health outcomes, … More
The Food Hacker’s Handbook reveals findings from decades of scientific and medical studies and clinical trials linking processed food additives to adverse health-related reactions. The Food Additives to Avoid Listing [FATAL] reveals at a glance: (1) which food additives are the most problematic, (2) what additives are linked with the most common health problems, and (3) where these chemicals of concern are hiding. Just as important, this book offers easy, practical solutions for avoiding unwanted food chemicals and breaking the processed food and additives addiction.
There is more confirmation linking an individual’s diet with health risks like cancer. A new study published in the British … More
So the corporate office of Coca-Cola claims that normally additive-adverse Millennials are “OK” with the fact that the new Diet … More