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Are the Foods You Eat Putting Your Health at Risk?

Updated: Jul 20, 2023

The most important item you need to ensure life is food (and water). Without it, you would deteriorate and pass away. You require food for sustenance and nutrition. But do the things you eat today give you a good, balanced diet or do many of them gradually rob you of your health and shorten your lifespan?

Here are a few things to think about:


Eating meat—especially pork and red meat like beef—is dangerous in and of itself, especially when consumed in excess. The whole digestion of some foods, like beef, might take up to 72 hours. Because of this, if you eat meat two or three times per day, you might still be digesting the food you had for breakfast the day before as you eat it again. This explains why numerous autopsies show that there was still between 5 and 40 pounds of undigested beef in many people's systems. Imagine how unhealthy it would be if the meat-producing animal had received antibiotics and other artificial health supplements. No amount of washing, frying, or boiling can remove these compounds since they remain in the fibers of the meat. Is it something you truly want in your food? As a result, many people today are resistant to human antibiotics. Animal-derived antibiotics that are especially potent destroy both beneficial and dangerous bacteria in the human body when consumed by humans. Your body's defenses get weakened the more chemically treated meat you consume. When the meats are treated with artificial flavors and preservatives, this risk is made even worse.


Preservatives are used liberally in many "fresh" fish products on the market today to maintain their "freshness." Some people preserve freshly caught fish using formalin, a substance used to embalm human corpses. A few dishonest vendors may wash fish that they are marketing with food coloring or fabric dye to give the fish a "fresh" appearance. Fish should only be purchased from reputable sources if you want to be safe and benefit from its nutritional value.


A lot of white breads are difficult to stomach. Their tough remnants can stick around for a long time and create blockages in the intestines. Additionally, consuming white bread causes your blood sugar levels to rise quickly. Compared to white bread, whole wheat bread has higher nutrition, but because it is a commercial product, many whole wheat loaves nowadays still contain preservatives. A "whole wheat flour" and not a "enriched whole wheat flour" should be used to make the item. To be safe, always double-check the ingredients.


In addition to having significantly decreased nutritional value, a lot of food nowadays has been exposed to hazardous toxins. The amount of chemicals in your food may be reduced by washing, cooking, and boiling it for a long time, but these dangerous substances could not be entirely removed. Even removing the skin from some fruits won't guarantee safety. Consider ingesting and storing all those chemicals and fertilizers in your body. Do you still ponder why we now experience a plethora of dangerous ailments that were unheard of in the era of our forefathers? The insects are wiser. Pesticide-treated crops won't be touched by them. Because of this, you won't see any evidence of bug bites on the crops being sold in the market. They sell well because they appear pristine and delectable. They are unaware that the food they are purchasing has hidden dangers beneath its outer appearance. Some individuals believe that eating fruits and vegetables that have little bug nibbles is a healthy choice.


Your fruits and vegetables are artificially processed to extend their "freshness" after being fertilized and sprayed with pesticides (which are also fed to farm animals as feed). Preservatives are used to treat them, which entails extra chemicals. Some quick noodles include a chemical wax coating that may cause cancer. Do you realize that several nations have outlawed these noodles? Because processed foods are so nutritionally deficient, their manufacturers occasionally add synthetic vitamins to them and advertise them as "plus factors" for health when, in reality, they frequently have little to no beneficial effects and, in some situations, may even be harmful to your wellbeing. Always keep an eye out for the presence of preservatives in your food if you want to live a long, happy, and healthy life. Check the ingredients on the labels to see whether any of them pose a risk to your health.


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