- In Singapore, you can get sentenced to 15 years in prison and a $500,000 fine for using a chemical in food products that’s common in frozen dinners
- Mtn Dew and products used to keep carpets from catching on fire are made from the same chemical
- A chemical found in Chex Mix is known to cause cancer in rats
If you enjoy snacks and drinks like Mtn Dew, Chex Mix, Hungry Man frozen dinners, or roughly 80 percent of all the packaged foods sold in your average, American grocery store, you may want to sit down before reading this.
Many of the chemicals found in America’s most common foods are considered to be so unhealthy that they’re actually ILLEGAL in other countries.
A new book on nutrition lists six food additives that are found in a wide range of popular groceries sanctioned by the Food and Drug Administration, but foreign governments have determined to be too dangerous to allow their citizens to consume.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2345564/Shocking-list-US-foods-BANNED-countries-containing-dangerous-chemicals.html#ixzz2WrcMvSFm
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