How Many Poisonous Chemicals Are In America’s Food? Part 2

posted by Frank Butterman Food Inspector @ 19:32 PM
March 7, 2014

Movie-popcorn-bad        With everything from movie snacks, to breakfast foods, to afternoon lunch snacks––to name a few––Americans must start watching what they eat, by not just looking for food that taste’s good, but for food that’s healthy!

In ‘Why Do Movie Theaters Sell Such Lousy Corporate Garbage Food?’ Hannah Gold expounds:  “Snacks are a cash cow for theaters, providing some 85 percent in net profits. But no one really goes after the food Americans eat in movie theaters, which is mostly bits of corn syrup, food starch, malic acid and artificial colors, encapsulated in a sugary ether. . . . there are 1,200 calories in just one medium-size bag of popcorn and three times the saturated fat” in personal pizza.

Not going to the movies? How about breakfast at home.  Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, says “Many of the “fruits” used in popular breakfast cereals are really just fake fruits made out of refined factory ingredients like: Artificial coloring chemicals, GMO corn starch, GMO soybean oil and corn syrup solids.”

He ends his report, ‘Investigation: Breakfast Cereal ‘Fruits’ and ‘Berries’ are Faked; Made from Crazy Chemicals” with: “In the minds of big food corporations, Americans are truly complete morons who will eat almost anything as long as it’s artificially colored and shaped to resemble a piece of fruit.”

Even more shocking,’s Holly Richmond writes in ‘New Hot Pockets Flavor: Diseased Animal Meat!’: “Hot Pockets—the impressively flavorless doughy pouch encircling questionable meat and cheese—just got grosser. One of its suppliers, Rancho Feeding Corporation, recalled almost 9 million pounds of beef last week because it was ‘diseased and unsound’.”

She quotes the U.S. Department of Agriculture about the diseased meat:  “[T]he products are adulterated, Foods-Do-Not-Eatbecause they are unsound, unwholesome, or otherwise are unfit for human food.”  Then she adds:  “One Philly Steak & Cheese Hot Pocket has 540 calories, 19 grams of fat, and a whopping 1,240 mg of sodium —more than half the recommended daily amount.”      Add that to poison meat!
Drug dealers in Europe find they make more money from manufacturing artificial foods than selling drugs.  Even Andrews of exposes:  “Departments of Interpol and Europol are beginning to crack down on gangs profiting off of a fairly new form of illegal activity: food fraud.

“Former drug dealers have hung up their dime bags and moved into the food counterfeiting game because, as it’s still in its nascent stages, legal consequences are almost negligible.” However, Spanish olives are washed in deodorant, cheap alcohol is mixed with industrial solvent, and canned ‘tuna’ is made of mystery-fish.  And some of those ‘foods’ are shipped to America.

Then there’s that ‘yoga mat’ in some fast food breads. But Allison Aubrey in ‘Almost 500 Foods Contain The ‘Yoga Mat’ Compound. Should We Care?,’ adds: “A report from the Environmental Working Group finds that the compound, azodicarbonamide, is found in close to 500 food products, from Pillsbury Dinner Rolls to Little Debbie products to Wonder Bread.” Food specialists argue all substitute unnatural chemicals must be immediately removed from U.S. foods.

Wholesale Christian Bibles agree. Since Genesis, God makes says He provides food first for man’s health, and then for man’s enjoyment. But that He did not provide food for a few to gain wealth by deception:  “Charge them that are rich in this world, that they be not highminded, nor trust in uncertain riches, but in the living God, who giveth us richly all things to enjoy (1 Timothy 6: 17).”

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