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WEDNESDAY, April 13, 2016 (HealthDay News) Eating fast food may expose a person to potentially harmful chemicals known as phthalates, a new study suggests. From the calories to the additives, there are many reasons fast food is unhealthy, but a new study of a toxic chemical called PFAS reveals the packaging that contains it may also be doing harm to. That includes pizza, burgers, tacos, club sandwiches and anything categorized as takeout or delivery. The study found those who reported consuming more fast food in a national survey were exposed.

People who eat a lot of fast food are found to have more of a potentially harmful chemical in their systems. Fast Food May Expose Consumers to Harmful Chemicals Called Phthalates People who reported consuming more fast food in a national survey were exposed to higher levels of potentially harmful chemicals known as phthalates. studied fast food consumption in the United States and found that as millions of people are eating fast food outside their homes, they’re also ingesting harmful chemicals.

Called phthalates, this class of chemicals is linked to infertility, pregnancy complications, diabetes, obesity and cancer. Regardless, until more research is done, you can lower your exposure to phthalates and other fast food-related chemicals by increasing your intake of fresh fruits and vegetables. It’s impossible to completely eliminate phthalate exposure because they’re so “ubiquitous,” Zota said.

According to a recently released report on packaged food goods put together by Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families in partnership with advocacy groups Toxic-Free Future and Mind the Store, it would seem that the food packaging used by a number of fast food and fast casual chains tested positive for traces of toxic PFAS, which are often used in packaging for their grease, stain, and. Dangerous Chemicals in Fast Food Other Than MSG. Monosodium glutamate, or MSG, is far from the only chemical additive used in fast food.

Limiting your intake of fast food reduces your exposure to. “It’s concerning that people could be exposed to these toxic chemicals through the food they eat,” said lead study author Dr. Laurel Schaider, an environmental chemist at Silent Spring Institute.

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Informing consumers openly and honestly about what is known and not-known about health risks is not liability laden—it is evidence that your industry is being responsible, and doing all it can to assure safe use of its products.

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Food Quality News Industry Services has indicated that food safety fears are often exacerbated by globalization.3 Microbiologist and professor Michael Doyle of the University of Georgia has warned that “sanitation practices for food production are not universally equivalent throughout the world.

“International Food Law and Policy” by Gabriela Steier, Kiran K. Patel
from International Food Law and Policy
by Gabriela Steier, Kiran K. Patel
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Since the regulations for indirect additives constitute, for the most part, a positive list of substances which have been judged to be safe for direct contact with food, regulating materials for uses that do not involve direct food contact would introduce considerable complexity into the regulations.

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I think, first of all, the attitude that low-level exposures of chemical contamination or chemical additives in our food supply does not involve any problem of acute toxicity or health hazard but is only a long-range problem, is a denial of what science now knows about these contaminations.

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Once this information was made available online, it had immediate reputational consequences for restaurants found to have questionable food hygiene practices.4 Similarly, for years the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency required polluters to self-report storage and emission of toxins and pollutants.

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FDA has primary authority for the safety of most of the food supply.

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For instance, in some cases regulatory norms may be exceeded, but the short-term exposure of consumers to a contaminant or an ingredient may not present a significant risk for their health; nevertheless, the food safety standard has been breached and the food business has to recall its products.

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Food service establishments are potential risk settings where widespread public exposure to contaminated foods may occur.

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When comparing these figures with studies on consumer food hygiene practices (e.g., Redmond et al., 2004), it can be seen that the consumer perception of food hygiene at home is somewhat different from practice, i.e., actual practices show a higher crosscontamination risk.

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Close monitoring of foods by Government agencies helps to prevent chemical toxins reaching levels at which harmful effects occur, and pathogenic bacteria are much more common causes of human disease than chemical toxins.

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  • Make your own yogurt with organic milk heat the milk on top of the stove into a hundred degrees then add yogurt starter swish it around with a whisk put it in a big ceramic Bowl cover it up with plastic or with a towel put it in the oven and overnight you have yogurt put it in the fridge it’s that easy don’t eat chemical yogurt the stuff that you buy in the store is garbage unless it’s organic or natural you don’t want chemicals you don’t need them learn how to be self-sufficient what is all of a sudden think about this all the grocery store stop making it available for us to just go in there and they shut the doors on us do we have canned foods that we produce their self did we have a garden think about it a government can do whatever they want when they want. Go back to the Garden of Eden there’s a book out there it’s called back to Eden I would suggest if you’re a person who wants to be self-sufficient read that book

  • Excellent Video clip! Forgive me for butting in, I am interested in your initial thoughts. Have you ever tried Millawdon Enemy Foods Trick (should be on google have a look)? It is a great one of a kind product for learning how to detox the body from toxins without the headache. Ive heard some great things about it and my best friend Jordan after a lifetime of fighting got cool results with it.

  • My question always is why all these hard pronouncing chemicals are put in foods that are foreign to our bodies? At the same time my ignorant self allows myself to buy it����‍♂️

  • Pharma Industry: How do we do business?
    Food Industry: Hold my beer! ��
    Pharma Industry: How may I help?
    Food Industry: Appoint Doctors to scare people! They don’t know that their own immune system is their doctor!
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  • It turns out that many foods are full of traps, a lot of foods have a surprisingly high calorie count. Do you usually eat smart? Can you choose the lowest calorie daily menu? Come and test it! >> https://www.buzzfeed.com/tituskwok/food-that-you-cant-imagine-with-that-kind-of-high-f8w4rthzh1

  • You disapprove of animal studies huh? Well, why don’t you stop using everything that has been tested on animals then. Like uhh, oh, I dunno.. Medicine? “Detox tips”. Any rational human would run from a person making statements like that. Here’s my detox tip: YOUR LIVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • If you live in a cold area, you can’t avoid eating junk, unless you have your own land and grow your own food…. even then, you need your own water supply, because flouride in the water kills pants… literally… they don’t grow.

  • Putting junk food and soda into the body reminds me of a brand new vending machine. People keep pouring soda down the coin slot, also cramming Hostess cakes up where the cans come out. Soon the machine becomes sluggish and doesn’t work as well. Eventually it doesn’t work at all.

  • Soda has so much sugar and acids that my face started from clear to acne, but I dont drink soda like everyday I drink it one in a while but it also come from all of the sugars that are within the junk foods that everyone is eating.

  • I’m Australian, and an American friend of mine (Republican ��) sometimes says to me: “why do you stick your nose in our business??” Well as the largest Western power, the US often sets standards others follow. When your lack of regulation directly threatens the health of global citizens, then yeah, I’m gonna stick my fuckin nose in!!

  • Yeah, I feel bad for the animal testing as well.. but let’s think about this. They are Purposefully adding these chemicals that Purposefully cause cancer, diabetes, weight gain, heart disease, death and too many others to name.. into OUR food. That part really bothers me. Why are they adding these to OUR food knowing what it’s true purpose is? Poisoning our food supply and approving it to be sold and consumed to millions. It’s sick really.

  • Honestly, if it comes in a can or a box don’t eat it. I don’t even purchase frozen fruit or vegetables because of all the stuff they add when packaging to extend the shelf life. Even vegetarian options like the frozen vege-burgers or frozen meat substitutes are loaded with chemicals for flavor and texture. And even something like store made breads are filled with chemicals to keep them from getting moldy, to improve texture, taste and help the dough rise higher. At first, it was a daunting task to scratch make everything but once you get the hang of it, you can do it in your sleep. I even make my own coconut milk because the commercial brands add thickeners and things to make it “creamier” along with other artificial preservatives and additives. Back in the 70’s the FDA ran public service announcements asking Americans to “read the label-set a better table”, so I did. I didn’t like what I was reading.

  • Since getting diagnosed with lupus i decided to quit eating all pre-packaged foods like biscuits, chocolate and chips. Before i used to eat tons of sugar after coming home from school because of fatigue. During the first few weeks it was a little rough but now i’ve found that my intense sugar cravings at around 4-5 pm have stopped, and i only eat dessert a couple of times a week now. For dessert when i do have it, i eat either unsalted popcorn, unsalted corn chips, a square or two of dark chocolate, a date or a home baked muffin or something (obviously not all at once though.) whereas before i’d just down squares of chocolate, biscuits, chips etc.
    I’ve also found that eating too much bread makes me feel yucky and a bit bloated for some reason, although oddly enough i am ok with other grains such as bulgur, wholemeal pasta and brown rice. Which is a bit odd, i wonder why that happens? It can’t be gluten intolerence since like i said, eating other grains seems to produce no problems for me.
    I hope the dietary changes ive made myself are actually helping and it’s not just the medications i’m taking which are making me feel better. Doctors always act like its all about the medication.

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  • The real deal? Our bodies are as natural as plants. We are not science we are unprocessed and unaltered minerals, created from earth by God. Man created science (Medicine) to manage our health complications caused by processed and chemically developed foods. Medicines can’t and don’t cure it ONLY manages our physical failures, caused by man. Someone for a long… long time made it legal to trash our foods, that’s killing us and causing health complications. And that health complication? Allows them to make money selling us their scientific medicine, that can’t heal us but simply manage our concerns until we die.

  • There is a reason why to all your questions regarding food medicine and in general every aspect of our daily life. If you take 15 minutes out of your day and you leave behind the concept that out there there are people that care about your well-being and your livelihood and in general your life and start to ask questions about quite literally everything that you eat everything that you drink all the medicine that you take and just in general the entirety of society you will have a hard time sleeping for several days knowing what I know. By all means none of this is a secret and quite literally it is all in front of us it’s not a conspiracy theory or a conspiracy everything that you have a question 2 is out there for you to find an answer the truth is out there waiting to be found you just have to work very hard to find it. Now a bit of a warning once you go down this rabbit hole it is a very deep hole and if you proceed and try to reach the bottom you’ll be surprised what you find at the bottom and that is quite literally hope but on the way down you will never be the same again.

  • Awesome video. Scary too. Wow. I am looking into what the body does with all these chemicals when breaking them down. Thanks for the great work. Coloring… That is wild.

  • I’m pretty sure people behind these kind of channel meant good and tell people to eat more healthy. However, it’s important for people to do research by themselves, see whether things are true or not. Some things in this video are blatant lies, where some contains truth. This is why people need to do more research. It’s not that hard to open google and do research on multiple credible sources.

  • From news.colgate.edu:
    More recently, studies have roundly debunked the idea that MSG is harmful. Multiple studies using placebos have shown no difference in effects on people eating food with or without MSG. In 1995, the Food and Drug Administration asked an independent scientific group, the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, to study MSG’s safety. It found that only a small number of people experienced any side effects, and that was only after consuming six times the normal serving of MSG on an empty stomach.

  • From acs.org:
    Today, most synthetic food dyes are derived from petroleum, or crude oil. Some critics will argue that eating oil is no better than eating coal. But the final products are rigorously tested to make sure they contain no traces of the original petroleum.

  • 4:25 you miss a sentence there. Let me complete it.

    “There is insufficient scientific evidence, however, to confirm or refute claims of aspartame’s involvement in any of the above.”

  • I believe it to be of major importance that we share this information and video with friends and family. Tnx for enlightening us about it. Scary, really scary…such lack of consciousness throughout the whole deal. We must somehow force the gov to make the cost be so high that it will be impossible for companies with these harmful business ideas and products to settle without coming out as BIG loosers. Now, how can we do that?

  • I still gonna eat thoes bc i don’t even know what she say’s and by the way am i the only one who is watching this for fun?
    and do you know the hello kitty mean’s hello saten? No i guss it’s just me

  • It’s a good thing I don’t eat fast food like I used to. Pizza and Asian food are my first choice if I decide to pig out on an easy meal.