Do you really know where your food comes from and how it's made?
Discover absolutely shocking details about food origins and manufacturing processes...
Did you know that a popular seafood dish in the United States is raised in a toxic soup of poisons and antibiotics that is destroying rare coastal mangroves? Did you also know that a popular dessert snack can resist decomposition longer than other cake products because most of the food ingredients have been replaced with chemicals?
This report, 100 Amazing (and Weird) Facts About How Food is Made and Where it Comes From reveals some amazing things you've probably never known about your food.
Created by Mike Adams, and the editors of NaturalNews, this report delivers 100 short articles that will shock you about the food you've been eating your whole life!
You'll learn about food origins, weird (and gross!) ingredients, how food is made and secrets processed food manufactures don't want you to know!
Check out the examples on the right to see some of the highlights of the report.
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- The truth of why a toxic window-cleaning chemical is routinely injected into hamburger meat.
- Why so-called "natural" ice cream is often chock full of industrial chemicals.
- The incredible destruction of shrimp fishing and why it's like "clear cutting" the ocean floor.
- GROSS: How beer and wine makers add fish bladders and powdered blood to their products to darken their color.
- Why all tomato paste and tomato sauce you buy at the grocery store is contaminated with the hormone-disrupting chemical known as BPA.
- Marketing FRAUD? Bottled teas are often just liquid sugars mixed with artificial flavors (without any actual tea at all!).
- Why "beef" hamburger patties aren't all beef - many of them are bulked up with processed soy byproducts.
- How sodas may contain alarmingly high levels of the toxic chemical "benzene."
- The horrifying truth of how Spam is really made: Shredded meat, drill bits and vacuum equipment.
- Still drinking conventional cow's milk? It comes from cows that are artificially impregnated and have their babies stolen from them one day after birth.
- The truth of why coffee beans are one of the most pesticide-intensive crops grown on planet earth.
- Why potato chips are fried in the same vegetable oil used for weeks on end, causing a dangerous concentration of cancer-causing chemicals.
- How microwaveable popcorn can emit a toxic chemical that causes permanent lung damage.
- Label fraud: "Soy protein isolate" is actually a name for hidden MSG!
- Citrus-flavored sodas are made with a toxic flame-retardant chemical that's banned in over 100 countries (but not the USA).
- Chinese restaurant "soy sauce" is actually a toxic chemical imitation of real soy sauce.
- When French fries are fried, they produce a toxic, cancer-causing chemical that you'll never see listed on ingredients labels.
- TVP (Textured Vegetable Protein) often contains a highly toxic non-food product that's used as a commercial pesticide.
- Did you know that hot dog casings are made from homogenized cowhides that are dissolved, then extruded into the shape of a tube?
- Most margarine products are actually made with dairy-derived ingredients.
- Gelatin, used in Jell-O and jams, is made from from the boiled skin and cartilage of cows and pigs.
- How a high-tech company reverse-engineered the human genome to develop chemically-targeted taste blockers and enhancers that are added to snack foods.
- Factory-farmed egg-laying chickens are deliberately fed brightly-colored objects (such as yellow flower petals) to result in a more appealing color of their egg yolks.