"Over 500,000 Cancer Deaths in 2006 up 183% from 1950 120,000 Deaths by Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases up 188% from 1980 70,000 Deaths by Diabetes in 2006 up 198% from 1950
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 14, 2010
iQ Advanced, an information marketing company whose mission is to raise awareness through intelligent information, announces the release of a free online consumer guide to harmful and toxic food additives. This Free online guide is the consumers’ resource to finding out what hazardous by-products and additives are present into everyday foods.
As iQ Advanced mission is to raise awareness through intelligent information, the Free guide to dangerous Food Additives has vital information which the reader and consumer can study and use to their health benefit. Statistics are showing that the number of children and adults developing food sensitivities, allergies, and food intolerance is growing rapidly and becoming alerting. It is a fact that improper food combination itself can cause digestive discomforts. How much more the toxic chemicals and preservatives that lack enough studies and most often are combined together. A helpful analogy can be used here from the medical and pharmaceutical industries: many drugs are not to be taken in certain combinations. Logically this can apply in the food industry as well, knowing that many people throughout their life consume the same type of packaged food full of preservatives and harmful ingredients.
As an example, iQ Advanced uses a list of ingredients for two of a family favorite freshly baked desserts currently sold at the most popular wholesale warehouse in the USA. The reader may never be able to guess that Desert #1 is a Cherry pie and Dessert #2 is a Cinnamon-butter pound coffee cake.
DESSERT #1 INGREDIENTS Niacin, Reduced iron, Thiamin mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic acid, Canola and/or soybean oil, Mono & diglycerides, Corn sugar, Soy protein, Modified food starch, Potassium sorbate (Preservative), Natural flavors
DESSERT #2 INGREDIENTS Ferrous sulfate, Niacin, Thiamin mononitrate, Modified corn starch, Corn sugar, Corn starch, Emulsified (Propylene glycol monoesters), Monoglycerides, Sodium stearoyl lactylate, Leavening (Sodium bicarbonate), Sodium casinate, Xanthan gum, Locust bean gum, Sugar gum, Partially hydrogenated, soybean & cottonseed & canola oils, Artificial color, Artificial flavor.
In many ancient cultures food alone and food combinations have been used as medicine. The simpler and less processed the food, the better and faster effects on the body. With the industrialization, repeated abuse of the land and depletion of soil, even naturally and organically grown produce lacks the complete nutrients needed for a healthy body. The consumers can then ask what kind of nutrition are they getting from the highly processed packaged foods with a list of 30 ingredients half of which are grown in a chemical lab and some even genetically altered.
Data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention clearly shows the numbers of deaths have increased:
Over 500,000 Cancer Deaths in 2006
up 183% from 1950
120,000 Deaths by Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases
up 188% from 1980
70,000 Deaths by Diabetes in 2006
up 198% from 1950"
The Free guide to harmful Additives provides detailed information and articles on every topic listed. For example, the viewer can learn not only about the dangers of MSG--a commonly used additive in just about every food and the majority of restaurants in U.S.A and Asia, but also how it could be hidden under a different name, what countries have banned it, the short and long term effects of consumption, etc. Such information and how it’s applied can potentially make a big difference not only for the consumer’s state of health, but also for local organic farms, for the environment and the planet.
The everyday toxic additives put into our foods have altered or modified them to the extent that animals and people are getting sick and dying. It used to be when mom baked a cake it was made with all natural ingredients. Those days are far gone with the biotech and pharmaceutical industry developing new and improved ways to save money and make big profits. With more than 3,000 new food additives in our packaged foods, it’s probably a good idea we start reading the labels before we buy that baked cake, cookies, or chips at our favorite supermarkets.
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