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Food Drugs : Additives, Preservatives, Colors, Sweeteners & PPCP's In Our Food & Water

By Prager, Jeffrey, J.

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Title: Food Drugs : Additives, Preservatives, Colors, Sweeteners & PPCP's In Our Food & Water  
Author: Prager, Jeffrey, J.
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Auxiliary Sciences of History, Pharmacological, Lab Developed Food Additives
Collections: Medicine, Authors Community, Most Popular Books in China, Education
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Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: Jeff Prager


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J. Prage, B. J. (2016). Food Drugs : Additives, Preservatives, Colors, Sweeteners & PPCP's In Our Food & Water. Retrieved from

1,764 pages, 43 chapters with endnotes, provides the reader with an education in food safety and the 1000s of healthy choices available to all of us if, and only if we know the hazards of certain additives and how to avoid them.

1,600 peer reviewed reports across 1,764 pages in 43 chapters with active hyperlinks to the original documents, on the 100s of laboratory developed chemicals added to the US food supply and the consequences of consuming a conventional diet—the negative health effects of daily, every day, ingestion of FDA approved chemicals added to the US food supply.

INTRODUCTION Humanity, you and I, were never intended to eat petroleum based chemicals. The peer review confirms that petroleum based chemicals—additives, colors, sweeteners, preservatives and excipients‚—have been surreptitiously and almost covertly or silently introduced into the global food supply in steadily increasing quantities since the 1940s. Pesticide and herbicide use has grown alongside this increase and now a typical apple contains as many as 15 detectable chemicals. The tap water is contaminated with many 100s of disinfection breakdown products (DBPs), many still as yet undiscovered, combined with dozens of pharmaceuticals and personal care products(PPCP's) not all of which are filterable. Ibuprofen is almost impossible to filter effectively so we’re all getting a dose with each sip of tap water and/or bottled water, however small it may be. The environment itself, as the peer review will confirm, is contaminated with billions of tons of chemical run off, so much so that it now rains measurable quantities of cancer causing artificial sweeteners—yes, rain water contains sucrose, aspartame and other sweeteners. Endocrine disrupting bisophenol analogues (there are 7, all covered) are easily detectable in our rivers and streams. Conventionally grown food is contaminated with it all. And then chemicals are added to it. Those added chemicals, the colors, the sweeteners, the emulsifiers, the preservatives and others should scare you. This eBook may help towards that end.

Table of Contents
Trans Fats & Hydrogenated Oils The Mediterranean Diet vs The American Diet Bisphenol A • BPA, BPB, BPF, BPAF, BPS and TBBPA, etc. TBHQ • tert-Butylhydroquinone • tertiary butylhydroquinone Polysorbates • Excipients, Surfactants & Emulsifiers Artificial Sweeteners & Sugar Acrylamide Potassium Bromate • KBr03 Artificial Colors Monsanto’s Glyphosate Herbicide & RoundUp Parabens Propyl Gallate Providone or Betadine Coconut Oil Olive Oil BHA & BHT Synergy Nitrates & Nitrites Theobromine Diacetyl Natural Flavors Phosphates Sulfites Sodium Benzoate Coffee & Cocoa Fictive Kin Azodicarbonamide & Semicarbazide Coca Cola, Pepsi Cola & Carbonated Drinks Plants, Phytochemicals and Phenols World Congress On Public Health and Nutrition 2016 Tap Water Additives & Contaminants Alcoholic Beverages Air Xylitol Pharmaceuticals & Personal Care Products • PPCPs Energy Drinks Related Reports Topicals • Sunscreen, UV Filters & Insect Repellent Vitamins, Nutrients & Micronutrients Brazzein-Cweet Carmine Lactose Thaumatin


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