Sand Castles, Cows And Estrogen In YOUR Food?
By Ted Twietmeyer | email@example.com
Going to Burger King? Have ANY idea what you are about to consume? I think not! You will agree after you read this. My initial goal was to see if my statement posted last year about "animal content in coke" was still true. That ingredient has been removed from the Coke ingredient list. But MORE animal content has been added to their ingredients list for other products. Although I haven't studied McDonalds in detail (yet), it's quite likely numerous simliar compounds are in their "food" as well.
Ever bite down on a hamburger, chew a piece of BK pie or use garlic seasoning and hear a CRUNCH? It may not be a "crispy" from the microwave or conveyor grill, or even a chipped tooth. It may be SAND. Sand can be pulverized into dust form and added to food, and its "dirt cheap" (pun intended,) Sand is also used in many household products, including CLEANSERS. But would anyone intentionally eat sand or Comet? Of course not. Silicon dioxide is the chemical name for SAND, just as sodium chloride IS salt. Would you eat computer chips? Of course not. They too, are made of sand among other elements like arsenic, aluminum and gold.
There exists iron-clad proof that sand (and other additives) are ingredients in the following Burger King products. This was taken directly from Burger King corporation's ingredient list. Sand (silicon dioxide) is also the very same material used for making glass of all kinds. It is also the active compound in scouring cleaners that removes stains from sinks, toilets and tubs, and almost all computer chips.
If you have been to Burger King, you have already eaten sand. Remember that old expression "let them eat cake?" Apparently, at Burger King, they believe in "let them eat sand." To preserve your appetite for your next meal, the details of the numerous chemical compounds will not be listed here.
Here are four products currently listed with silicon dioxide content:
ANGUS STEAK BURGER
DUTCH APPLE PIE
GARLIC SEASONING (FOR FIRE-GRILLED CHICKEN SALAD)
RANCH DIPPING SAUCE
These ingredients don't just accidentally "appear" from nowhere in food." Just as mercury isn't present in vaccines by "accident" either.
VEGETARIAN? ALERGIC TO BEEF PRODUCTS? TAKE NOTE !
Although fire-grilled onions are included below, they are noted as a "non-vegetarian" product by Burger King on their website. Don't forget that the "fire" in fire-grilled, is either propane or natural gas. (The health effects of consuming HYDROCARBON flame fired food at this time are unknown. But it is known that repeated exposure to motor oil (hydorcarbons) can cause cancer.)
The following five products have ingredients listed as "Natural flavors from animal sources:"
GARDEN RANCH SALAD DRESSING
GARLIC PARMESAN TOAST
FRENCH TOAST STICKS (FRIED)
Yes, you read that correctly. Animal content is present in ALL of the above products. Including their toast.
Think its safe to eat a PANCAKE with syrup on it at BK? Guess again! There IS animal content in BK BREAKFAST SYRUP, too. Perhaps it's used to "thicken it..."
SOY PRODUCTS PRESENT IN ALMOST EVERYTHING AT BK
According to their "food allergy" content page, EVERY SINGLE MEAT BASED PRODUCT they sell is laced with that wonderful "all natural product." The list of products without soy is far shorter.
See http://www.bk.com/Food/Nutrition/NutritionInfo/index.aspx for proof.
You may ask - what's wrong with soy? Phytoestrogens are made more dangerous when any product containing it is microwaved. Microwaves destroy vitamins, and simultaneously create toxins. It is Burger King's company policy to do this to all their burger products. When I questioned a store manager about microwaving food even though it was just made seconds ago, that was his answer.
At http://www.rense.com/health3/soyp.htm you can learn how this complex synthetic growth hormone imitates natural estrogen so well, the body recognizes it as a growth hormone. When present in abnormal amounts, soy is proven to cause CANCER.
If you have a strong stomach, you can read more about the stomach wrenching chemical compounds at their website http://www.bk.com/Food/Nutrition/ingredients.aspx.
One major unanswered question is - WHAT animal is it, what parts are used from it, and from where does it come from? Could it have indestructable mad cow (BSE/CJD) prions present?
Off to Burger King now?
Article from: http://www.rense.com/general63/sand.htm
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