1. High-fructose Corn Syrup
High-fructose corn syrup is an artificial sugar made from corn syrup. Dietitians and Nutritionists believe that it is the lead to obesity. This is found in soft drinks, ketchup, and applesauce.
-Adds an unnatural amount of fructose to your diet
-Increase risk excess fatty liver disease
-Obesity and weight
Aspartame is the world’s most popular artificial sweetener. It is a compound of amino acids that creates protein. Aspartame is present in more than 6,000 products including our food, medicine, and soft drinks.
Although some of us may find us may find it appetizing, pork is not the best protein to consume. Swine is high in cholesterol and saturated fat, which makes it difficult for the human body to detox sufficiently, leading to:
4. Red 40
Red Dye 40 is a chemical compound that is produced from coal tars. It is manufactured by mixing various fragrant smelling hydrocarbons like Benzyne and Toluene.
-such as swelling around the mouth
-linked to aggression and mental disorders
-hyperactivity in kids
5. Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons are various chemicals that occur naturally in coal, crude oil, and gas is burned. People get exposed to PAHs by breathing air contaminated with motor vehicle exhaust, cigarette smoke, wood smoke, or fumes.
-Irritate eyes and breathing passages
-Developed blood and liver abnormalities
-Lead to cancer
Bisphenol A is found in polycarbonate plastic and epoxy resin. While air, dust, and water are other potential sources of exposure, along with food and beverages in daily human consumption.
-Brain and prostate gland of fetuses, infants and children
-Affect children's behavior
-Potentially increases blood pressure
Mercury occurs naturally in the environment and is released into the air through pollution. Once the Mercury falls from the air, it accumulates in streams and oceans turning it into methylmercury. Fish and shellfish absorb the methylmercury as they feed and swim in these waters and it builds up in them.
-Can be harmful to your unborn baby and young child
-Women trying to get pregnant
Better known as Carbon Dioxide, a colorless gas that’s higher than dry air. It's typically found in wine, soft drinks, bread, even cakes.
-High Blood Pressure
Sodium Chloride. Commonly found in our salty snacks. These chemicals have the same property found in the trenches of WWI and explosive metal. These are the same chemicals put in our snack nuts and chips.
-Hives and Rashes
Who loves to cook? We all have our aluminum utensil and containers we use to prepare food but keep in mind that the chemicals from the aluminum foil can contaminate your food. It can also be found in some deodorant.
-Uneasiness or feelings of Apprehension