IF YOU EAT A STANDARD AMERICAN DIET, YOU’RE GOING TO GET STANDARD AMERICAN DISEASES

If you get treatment from a standard American doctor, your diseases rarely cease. It’s the American way.

Colds and flus are being demonized while heart attacks, strokes, brain shrinkage and overall weakened immune systems are now being normalized. We are being punished for the natural detoxification process our body goes through when we are overloaded with toxins. We are in a toxic environment with never ending poisoning of the food we eat, contamination of the water supply and geoengineering killing off plants. Our grocery stores are filled with cancer causing carcinogens that are only being pulled from the shelf when one of us takes the time to research into what is being put into some of these products.

The fact is everything around us is contributing to our sickness, the food we eat, the water we drink, and the air we breathe. This is absolutely done to us on purpose to keep us weak and sick because week and sick is easy to control. Then they sell us the medicine that we cannot afford as an illusion to make us think we will get better.

What foods are banded from other countries

These international mega-corporations know what is in these products. They are waiting for us to find out. And when enough people wake up, they’ll fess up, pull the product, pay the fine and reintroduce a new cancer-causing product on the shelf with secret depopulation ingredients. Following the money, these are the same group of elites benefiting off the mass poisoning of the people, the same people who control the world. All the grocery stores are basically controlled by 10 companies that could be boiled down into two, black rock and vanguard.

Arby’s Sourdough Breakfast Bread, Croissant, and French Toast Sticks

The fast-food chain uses the chemical azodicarbonamide as a whitening agent and dough conditioner in its baked goods. Although its use is decreasing in the United States because of concerns that it is a carcinogen, the FDA still permits it. It is banned in Europe.

Kellogg’s, Frosted Flakes (my favorite cereal)

Many American food additives (think flame retardants and suspected carcinogens) and production standards that have been approved domestically are banned or strictly regulated abroad. What chemicals are lurking in the ingredients of some of America’s favorite foods? What production practices are standardized in the United States but illegal in other parts of the world?

Farm-raised salmon

Us people in the United States love our salmon. I thought I was doing good getting way from catfish and Tilapia. However, farm-raised salmon available in America is fed astaxanthin to give it its coral color. Salmon containing this petrochemical is banned for consumption in Australia and New Zealand.

Dairy with rBST or rBGH hormones

Milk in the United States, unless marked otherwise, is treated with either rBST or rBGH, which are artificial hormones that stimulate milk production. The FDA says there is no difference in the milk produced by cows treated with the hormone, but countries like Canada and those in the European Union ban it.

Mountain Dew

This citrus-flavored soft drink uses brominated vegetable oil (BVO) as an emulsifier, also my favorite soda. BVO is banned in Japan and the European Union because it contains bromine, the element found in brominated flame retardants, which can build up in the body and potentially lead to memory loss as well as skin and nerve problems.

Chicken that’s been chlorinated

Chicken produced in the United States gets washed in chlorine to reduce its risk of spreading diseases and illnesses like salmonella. This practice is banned in the United Kingdom and the European Union because it promotes unsanitary farming practices.

Meat with ractopamine

In the United States, farmers use ractopamine to increase lean muscle growth in livestock, including in 40–60% of American pigs. Elsewhere, 160 nations, including the European Union, Russia, and China, ban the use of the drug in meat production.

Little Debbie Swiss Rolls

This popular dessert in the United States contains food dyes Yellow 5 and Red 40. While they now are permitted in the European Union, they must carry warnings that they cause adverse effects in children. They are also banned in foods for infants and young children. No such warning is required domestically. Norway and Austria have banned the chocolate treats outright.

Coffee-mate

Trans fats like the partially hydrogenated soybean and cottonseed oils in Coffee-mate are linked to heart disease and were officially banned in the U.S. as of June 18, 2018. However, they still linger in the U.S. food supply. I just bought some. They are also banned in many other countries such as Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Iceland, Norway, and Denmark.

Stove Top stuffing

You can make stuffing in just five minutes with this popular Kraft product. But the mix contains preservatives BHA and BHT, which are suspected to be carcinogenic and to impair blood clotting. This has caused these preservatives to be banned in the United Kingdom, Japan, and several European countries.

Drumstick frozen dairy desserts

Drumstick uses carrageenan for texture in its ice cream, but the additive that is derived from seaweed can affect the human digestive system. The adverse effects have caused the European Union to limit it in products like baby food.

Skittles

When consumers are tasting the rainbow of this popular candy, they are also ingesting food dyes Yellow 5, Yellow 6, and Red 40. These dyes have been known to have adverse effects on young children. They are banned in foods for infants in the European Union, and foods that contain the dyes must carry a warning label. Norway and Austria ban them completely.

Wheat Thins

To add freshness to a package of Wheat Thins, Nabisco adds BHT to the packaging. The chemical is banned in the United Kingdom, Japan, and parts of Europe.

Gatorade

This sports drink claims to replenish electrolytes, but it also contains food dyes Yellow 5 and Yellow 6. These artificial colors are banned in foods for infants and children in the European Union, and they must also carry warnings on all other products there. They are completely banned in Norway and Austria.

Pop-Tarts

| The colorful breakfast pastry contains food dyes Yellow 5, Yellow 6, and Red 40, which are still deemed safe to eat domestically but are partially banned in the European Union.

Farmer John Pork Breakfast Sausage Links

This breakfast food uses the flavor enhancer BHT, a suspected carcinogen that is banned in the European Union and Japan.

Lucky Charms

This colorful breakfast cereal gets its rainbow hue by using additives Yellow 5, Yellow 6, and Red 40, which must contain warning labels in the European Union. They are also banned in Norway and Austria. They are permitted in the U.S. even though they are known to cause itching and hives for some.

Bread

Bread tainted with potassium bromate | Potassium bromate is added to bread dough as a strengthener that creates a higher rise, reduces baking time and cost, and gives finished loaves a bright white color. But the chemical is also linked to cancer, nervous system damage, and kidney damage. Potassium bromate is banned in the United Kingdom, Canada, Peru, and many other countries, but is still ubiquitous in many American bread products including bagel chips, rolls, and even breadcrumbs.

Tostitos Salsa Con Queso Dip

The bright color of Tostitos Salsa Con Queso Dip is derived by food additives Yellow 5 and Yellow 6. These artificial colors are banned in Norway and Austria

Ritz Crackers

Nabisco’s Ritz is the third-leading cracker brand in the United States. Its namesake cracker contains partially hydrogenated cottonseed oil, which is a trans-fat that is currently banned domestically and in many other countries like Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Iceland, Norway, and Denmark.

Pillsbury Biscuits

The Pillsbury doughboy’s biscuits make it simple to have freshly baked bread in minutes. However, these baked goods also contain trans fats in the form of partially hydrogenated soybean oil, which is known to cause heart disease.

Sunkist Soda

The citrus drink contains artificial colors that are restricted in Europe. Products that contain Yellow 6 and Red 40 must include warning labels in the European Union. These dyes are also banned in Norway and Austria.

Betty Crocker Fudge Brownie Mix

Baking brownies couldn’t be easier with this popular mix. However, a closer look at the ingredients reveals the product still contains trans fats in the form of partially hydrogenated soybean and/or cottonseed oil. Trans fats were recently banned in the U.S., but a few still remain. They are also banned in Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Iceland, Norway, and Denmark.

High fructose corn syrup

This sweetener — made from pure fructose and sugar — is linked to a variety of ailments like obesity and Type 2 diabetes. It’s found in everything from beverages to cereals and ice cream. While it isn’t banned specifically in any country, the U.K. and some European countries have restricted the products and placed them under quota limitations.

Pillsbury Crescent Rolls

Rolling out and baking these flaky rolls couldn’t be easier. But their ingredients aren’t that simple. The dough contains artificial colors Yellow 5 and Red 40, which are restricted in Europe and illegal in Norway and Austria.

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