In the United States today, we are all being constantly bombarded by chemicals, poisons and toxins. Virtually everything that we eat or drink makes us less healthy. The vast majority of Americans gladly consume aspartame, fluoride, BPA, genetically-modified food, pesticides, high fructose corn syrup, pharmaceutical drugs and toxic vaccines without any concern that those substances may ruin their health. But the truth is that we are getting sicker and sicker and sicker as a nation. According to one recent report, the United States has dropped to 49th place in the world in overall life expectancy. Diseases such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes are absolutely exploding. Thousands of toxins, carcinogens and chemicals are being put into what we eat and what we drink, courtesy of the FDA and the USDA. Shamefully these chemicals were tested on helpless animals who were injected, poisoned and died from their exposure.
It was night time. I was in bed. I was tired and ready to rest to begin the next day.
That's when I thought I was going to have a heart attack.
Out of the blue, my heart starts uncontrollably racing. A weak, erratic, snare-drum pace. Then came the sudden nausea and “heavy lungs.”
You know when you get food poisoning, how you just know what caused it? (well, there's also evidence) But I just knew what caused this scary event – and I was right!
I thought I had had a healthy “paleo-ish” dinner, the only non-paleo part being the 5oz of wine afterward. All was well. A few hours later, I made an impromptu bean dip from a can of southwestern bean salad. Not the greatest idea considering the BPA and possible MSG, but there didn't appear to be any. How can two small …
You may have reason to believe that you have adverse reactions to certain food additives. If you do, remove the additives from your diet for a few days. Your symptoms should promptly go away if the additive is the cause. There is no evidence that any food additive causes a reaction that lasts more than one day.
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