90% of the average American’s grocery bill is spent on processed foods. This includes food items purchased at the store that come in boxes, bags and cans, flavored beverages, frozen meals, and fast foods.
You probably have some of these items in your pantry.
Your children are likely being fed them at school.
Do you have any idea what the heck you are eating?
Most people think that they do, but in reality, they don’t have a clue.
Take, for example, a simple can of chicken noodle soup. The kind mom used to fix when you starting coming down with a cold. One would expect this to be a good healthy food. Unfortunately, that can of “wholesome” soup has a lot more in it than just chicken and noodles.
Have you ever taken the time to look at the ingredients in Campbell’s Chicken Noodle Soup?
Humorously, right under the marathon list of ingredients, they have the temerity to tell us that the soup is “made from only honest ingredients.” As if we should just ignore the ridiculous list of health-stealing toxins that we just read.
Here is the actual ingredients list in Campbell’s chicken noodle soup. Sit down, get comfortable, and prepare yourself for a rather lengthy listing.
Chicken stock, enriched egg noodles (wheat flour, eggs, niacin, ferrous sulfate, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), chicken meat, water, salt, chicken fat, monosodium glutamate, cornstarch, mechanically separated chicken, modified food starch, yeast extract, flavoring, sodium phosphate, soy protein isolate, beta carotene, and chicken dehydrated.
Some of those ingredients can be quite harmful to your health. Do you know which ones?
This week I will teach you how to identify the metabolically devastating, brain-cell-killing, addiction forming, and otherwise dangerous toxins hidden in some of your favorite foods.
Many of these harmful ingredients (including several appearing on the ingredients list above) are actually banned around the globe, but somehow still legal here in the US and Canada.
Could this be one of the reasons why North America is home to the fastest growing population of people with chronic disease?
This article is a must read for anyone who eats food and cares about their health and the health of their family.