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HEALTH ALERT - FOOD AND PSEUDO FOOD AND DRINKS OR POISON

 
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 11:03 am    Post subject: HEALTH ALERT - FOOD AND PSEUDO FOOD AND DRINKS OR POISON Reply with quote

A lot of manuafactured food and drinks in the market place appear to entice the tastebuds. Just be careful they can be nothing but chemical compounds which are detrimental to health.


Subject: Fw: HEALTH ALERT -- Powdered coffee 'creamer' isn't food,
> it's processed chemicals
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> Subject: Fwd: HEALTH ALERT -- coffee 'creamer' isn't food, it's
> processed chemicals
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> by Ethan A Huff, Staff Writer, Natural News
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> Every day, millions of Americans add powdered coffee "creamer"
> products to their morning cups of coffee because they falsely believe
> that these substances are somehow healthier than real cream. But
> little do they know that most coffee creamer products contain no
> actual cream, or food for that matter, as they are really nothing more
> than a crafty blend of toxic chemicals.
>
> When powdered coffee creamers first came onto the scene back in the
> 1950s, they actually contained real dehydrated cream and sugar, which
> made them a convenient, non-perishable source of cream for coffee.
> Over time, however, manufacturers began to phase out the cream, and
> replace it with things like processed vegetables oils, stabilizers,
> chemical sweeteners, and other additives that were less expensive and
> that more easily dissolved in coffee.
>
> Today, the average canister of so-called "creamer" substitute contains
> not a trace of actual food, at least not food in the technical sense
> of the word. Take the Coffee-Mate brand of coffee creamer, for
> instance. The original powder flavour contains corn syrup solids,
> hydrogenated vegetable oils, and a handful of stabilizing,
> emulsifying, and flavouring chemicals (SOURCE: HERE).
>
> Not only is there no "cream" of any kind in Coffee-Mate's Original
> Powder, but there are also no natural food ingredients whatsoever.
> This is why some countries actually require that powdered coffee
> additives be called "whiteners" rather than "creamers," since they do
> not actually contain any real cream.
>
> CLICK HERE to read the rest of the article.

May 6, 2012
(NaturalNews) Every day, millions of Americans add powdered coffee "creamer" products to their morning cups of joe because they falsely believe that these substances are somehow healthier than real cream. But little do they know that most coffee creamer products contain no actual cream,
or food for that matter, as they are really nothing more than a crafty blend of toxic chemicals.

When powdered coffee creamers first came onto the scene back in the 1950s, they actually contained real dehydrated cream and sugar, which made them a convenient, non-perishable source of cream
for coffee. Over time, however, manufacturers began to phase out the cream, and replace it with
things like processed vegetables oils, stabilizers, chemical sweeteners, and other additives that
were less expensive and that more easily dissolved in coffee.

Today, the average canister of so-called "creamer" substitute contains not a trace of actual food,
at least not food in the technical sense of the word. Take the Coffee-Mate brand of coffee creamer,
for instance. The original powder flavor contains corn syrup solids, hydrogenated vegetable oils,
and a handful of stabilizing, emulsifying, and flavoring chemicals (http://www.coffee-mate.com).

Not only is there no "cream" of any kind in Coffee-Mate's Original Powder, but there are also no
natural food ingredients whatsoever. This is why some countries actually require that powdered
coffee additives be called "whiteners" rather than "creamers," since they do not actually contain
any real cream.

Corn syrup solids and hydrogenated oils are highly-toxic 'non-foods'
Though both are derived from real food, corn syrup solids and hydrogenated oils are not technically foods themselves. To produce corn syrup solids, corn kernels are first transformed into corn starch, which is then chemically treated with hydrochloric acid, a highly-corrosive, industrial chemical solution that is also used to make plastic materials. The resulting liquid goo is then processed again and dried to form dried crystals -- delicious, eh?

And hydrogenated oils are produced using a similar chemical process that involves subjecting already heated, pressurized, and highly processed oils to various chemical catalysts and metals such as nickel and platinum that change its density and molecular structure. The final product is the definition of a trans-fat, which are linked to causing heart disease and death (http://www.naturalnews.com/027445_fat_fats_trans.html).

Then, there are ingredients like sodium caseinate, a milk derivative; mono- and diglycerides;
sodium aluminosilicate; and artificial flavor, all of which are non-foods as well. Sodium caseinate,
for instance, is derived from a milk protein known as casein using a chemical extrusion process.
The chemical alteration is so significant that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not even consider the final product to be a dairy product.

And sodium aluminosilicate is an anti-caking, flow agent chemical additive produced specifically for use in processed food items, laundry detergents, and other dry, powdered products. Like its name implies, sodium aluminosilicate contains toxic aluminum, which is linked to organ and tissue damage, bone disorders, gastrointestinal problems, Alzheimer's disease, cell damage, and other problems (http://www.angelfire.com).

If dairy is problematic for your dietary needs but you still want to add creamer to your coffee,
it is important to always read ingredient labels and carefully avoid all powdered creamer products
that contain artificial ingredients.

Some great non-dairy alternatives to conventional creamer products include liquid coconut creamers like those made by So Delicious (http://www.sodeliciousdairyfree.com), for instance. Fresh coconut cream or milk (http://www.wildernessfamilynaturals.com) and homemade almond milk (http://georgiapellegrini.com/2012/03/07/recipes/homemade-almond-milk/), are several other useful options as well.

Sources for this article include:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-dairy_creamer
http://www.naturalnews.com/z035784_coffee_creamer_hydrogenated_oils_HFCS.html
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