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Do you know the worst ingredient in conventional meat sticks?

June 24, 2022

   -Fed grain which is not what they would eat in nature and creates a meat that is different that what nature intended it to be. Water


Corn Syrup 

  - highly processed sugar that is made up of GMO, Chemically      Sprayed Corn, 


food-derived agents that add taste to food products.

Artificial flavors, on the other hand, are derived from synthetic sources[*].

Sadly, many companies use synthetic solvents and preservatives in their flavor cocktails. The FDA is fairly lenient on this point, allowing an army of strange chemicals to lurk, unlisted, on the ingredient label

The FDA has acknowledged this problem, considering “the term ‘natural’ to mean that nothing artificial or synthetic” has been added to the food product. But this message is merely guidance, not regulation[*].



Monosodium Glutamate (MSG), 

Sodium Erythorbate, 

-the salt chemically derived from erythorbic acid.

-eccelerates the cure and makes it the bright red color

Many people are sensitive to MSG and don’t realize it. This means you may experience headaches and migraines, flushing, sweating, numbness, chest pain, nausea, and even heart palpitations after eating[*].

What’s worse is that MSG has been shown to increase your appetite and make you hungry for more calories — definitely not what you need if weight loss is your goal.

Lactic Acid Starter Culture, 

Citric Acid, 

Sodium Nitrite, 

- chemically processed and prolong shelf life and give more color and flavor

Bha-Butylated hydroxyanisole- chemical food additive 

Bht,- food preservitice to keep fats from going rancid 

What food additive does the Food and Drug Administration deem "generally recognized as safe," while the National Institutes of Health, says it's "reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen- a substance capable of causing cancer in living tissue.

Safflower Oil, 

safflower oil is perhaps the worst. That’s because it has more linoleic acid — an inflammatory and easily spoiled polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) — than any other oil on the market[*].

Casing (Caramel, Red 3).

The processed food industry uses food dyes to make unhealthy food look appealing.

Americans now consume five times more artificial food dyes than when they were first approved by the FDA in the early 1960s[*]. They’re in sliced cheese, pickles, sugar-free drinks and candies, sausages, and more.

Both the UK and the EU have taken actions to ban artificial food colorings since lab studies have connected these potential carcinogens with cancer, an increase in allergies, and hyperactivity in children[*][*]. 

Treated With A Solution Of Potassium Sorbate To Ensure Freshness.

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