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Friday, 1 June 2018

5 Unhealthiest Foods On the Planet Part.1.

<p>Harmful Ingredient: Propylene glycol alginate (E405)</p><p>What’s a food additive that’s also used as automotive antifreeze and runway de-icer? Sadly, there are a few, including this one. Propylene glycol alginate is a food thickener, stabilizer, and emulsifier, and it can cause cardiovascular or neurotoxic issues. And it’s used in Dunkin Donuts iced tea, among others.</p><p><strong>Eat This Instead:</strong> Did you know that steeping green tea in cold water for two hours actually makes it even more beneficial to your body than your regular steeping routine? Either way, green tea can help you melt major fat. People who did the <a href="http://bit.ly/tea-amz-nsltr-signup-premium-pdf">The 7-Day Flat-Belly Tea Cleanse</a> lost up to 10 pounds in a week!</p>

Indulging in certain foods is a lot like going out really late before a big job interview. Sure, you knew it wasn't a great idea, but your FOMO was too great and you figured you could somehow still pull off the next day.
Wrong. And the same thing goes for your diet. You know that candy, bacon, and diet soda aren’t the best bets for your health, but you likely didn't realize that, beyond adding flab to your frame, these foods are also laced with additives and chemicals that can harm your health to a point you can't really backtrack on. Then there are the more stealthy waistline saboteurs. You know, the foods that you think are healthy, only to discover years later that they’re anything but.
 <p>Harmful Ingredient: Propylene glycol alginate (E405)</p><p>What’s a food additive that’s also used as automotive antifreeze and runway de-icer? Sadly, there are a few, including this one. Propylene glycol alginate is a food thickener, stabilizer, and emulsifier, and it can cause cardiovascular or neurotoxic issues. And it’s used in Dunkin Donuts iced tea, among others.</p><p><strong>Eat This Instead:</strong> Did you know that steeping green tea in cold water for two hours actually makes it even more beneficial to your body than your regular steeping routine? Either way, green tea can help you melt major fat. People who did the <a href="http://bit.ly/tea-amz-nsltr-signup-premium-pdf">The 7-Day Flat-Belly Tea Cleanse</a> lost up to 10 pounds in a week!</p>

1. FAST FOOD ICED TEA


Harmful Ingredient: Propylene glycol alginate (E405)
What’s a food additive that’s also used as automotive antifreeze and runway de-icer? Sadly, there are a few, including this one. Propylene glycol alginate is a food thickener, stabilizer, and emulsifier, and it can cause cardiovascular or neurotoxic issues. And it’s used in Dunkin Donuts iced tea, among others.
Eat This Instead: Did you know that steeping green tea in cold water for two hours actually makes it even more beneficial to your body than your regular steeping routine? Either way, green tea can help you melt major fat. People who did the The 7-Day Flat-Belly Tea Cleanse lost up to 10 pounds in a week!

<p>Harmful Ingredient: Mercury</p><p>Ranked the #1 Worst Fish on Eat This, Not That!’s exclusive report on <a href="http://www.eatthis.com/fish">40+ Popular Types of Fish—Ranked for Nutrition</a>, you know tilefish must be pretty dangerous if it’s deemed scarier than shark and swordfish. You might as well drink some battery acid with the amount of mercury in these ocean creatures.</p><p>Eat This Instead: Atlantic Mackerel, aka the #1 Best fish on our list!</p> 

2. TILEFISH


Harmful Ingredient: Mercury
Ranked the #1 Worst Fish on Eat This, Not That!’s exclusive report on 40+ Popular Types of Fish—Ranked for Nutrition, you know tilefish must be pretty dangerous if it’s deemed scarier than shark and swordfish. You might as well drink some battery acid with the amount of mercury in these ocean creatures.
Eat This Instead: Atlantic Mackerel, aka the #1 Best fish on our list!

<p><strong>Harmful Ingredients:</strong> Diacetyl, perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and trans-fats</p><p>If you thought the movie you were watching was terrifying, you probably haven’t taken a very close look at your popcorn. When air-popped, this snack has <a href="http://www.eatthis.com/11-best-high-fiber-foods-weight-loss">filling fiber</a> and whole grains we love, but the microwaveable varieties are an entirely different beast. Many major brands like Jolly Time and Jiffy Pop not only contain heart-harming trans fats but also line their bags with perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), the same toxic stuff found in Teflon pots and pans. What’s more, butter-flavored favorites are almost always laced with diacetyl (DA), a chemical that has been found to break down the layer of cells that protects one of our most vital organs: the brain. Now that’s some scary stuff!</p><p><strong>Eat This Instead:</strong> Air pop kernels or make your own microwavable popcorn for a <a href="http://www.eatthis.com/best-low-calorie-foods-for-healthy-snacking">low-calorie snack</a>. Here’s how: Add your favorite popping kernels to a small paper lunch bag, fold the top down a few times. Then, zap it in the microwave until you hear only a few pops every five seconds. Challenged in the kitchen? We’re also big fans of <a href="http://quinnpopcorn.com/popcorn/microwave-popcorn">Quinn Popcorn</a>. It’s one of the only microwavable popcorns that’s free of chemicals and won’t wreak havoc on your waistline.</p> 

3. MICROWAVE POPCORN


Harmful Ingredients: Diacetyl, perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and trans-fats
If you thought the movie you were watching was terrifying, you probably haven’t taken a very close look at your popcorn. When air-popped, this snack has filling fiber and whole grains we love, but the microwaveable varieties are an entirely different beast. Many major brands like Jolly Time and Jiffy Pop not only contain heart-harming trans fats but also line their bags with perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), the same toxic stuff found in Teflon pots and pans. What’s more, butter-flavored favorites are almost always laced with diacetyl (DA), a chemical that has been found to break down the layer of cells that protects one of our most vital organs: the brain. Now that’s some scary stuff!
Eat This Instead: Air pop kernels or make your own microwavable popcorn for a low-calorie snack. Here’s how: Add your favorite popping kernels to a small paper lunch bag, fold the top down a few times. Then, zap it in the microwave until you hear only a few pops every five seconds. Challenged in the kitchen? We’re also big fans of Quinn Popcorn. It’s one of the only microwavable popcorns that’s free of chemicals and won’t wreak havoc on your waistline.

<p>Harmful ingredients:</p><p>Chicken nuggets all start with chicken but also contain several synthetic ingredients from diglycerides to Red #40 to carrageenan. These chemicals help make overly-processed foods like chicken nuggets possible because that's what keeps the (very few) organic materials in the nuggets from going bad (or looking weird) after days spent traveling on the road or months in the freezer. But even if you buy them at the grocery store, you might not be safe. Check out our exclusive report of <a href="http://www.eatthis.com/best-frozen-chicken-nuggets">The Most Popular Chicken Nuggets—Ranked!</a></p><p>Eat This Instead: Organic chicken breasts cut into pieces, coated with egg and breadcrumbs, and baked in your oven. Voila! Homemade, healthy nuggets.</p> 

4. FAST FOOD CHICKEN NUGGETS


Chicken nuggets all start with chicken but also contain several synthetic ingredients from diglycerides to Red #40 to carrageenan. These chemicals help make overly-processed foods like chicken nuggets possible because that's what keeps the (very few) organic materials in the nuggets from going bad (or looking weird) after days spent traveling on the road or months in the freezer. But even if you buy them at the grocery store, you might not be safe. Check out our exclusive report of The Most Popular Chicken Nuggets—Ranked!
Eat This Instead: Organic chicken breasts cut into pieces, coated with egg and breadcrumbs, and baked in your oven. Voila! Homemade, healthy nuggets.
 <p><strong>Harmful Ingredients:</strong> Fructose</p><p>It’s natural! It’s packed with Vitamin C! It comes from Florida! What could be wrong? Well, while 100 percent fruit juice is a better pick than sugary drinks like Sunny D, even the all-natural stuff still packs up to 36 grams of sugar per cup—or about what you’d get from popping 4 Krispy Kreme glazed donuts into a blender and hitting frappe. What’s more, most of the sweetness in juice comes from fructose, a type of sugar associated with the development of visceral adipose tissue—yep, that’s <a href="http://www.eatthis.com/14-ways-lose-your-belly-14-days">belly fat</a>.</p><p><strong>Drink This Instead:</strong> Trick your belly into shrinking itself by filling your glass with some refreshing <a href="http://www.eatthis.com/14-detox-waters-banish-bloat">detox water</a>. Just add fresh sliced fruit like oranges and grapefruit to plain ole’ H20 and chill. The key is to keep the peels on: citrus peels are rich in the antioxidant d-limonene, a powerful compound that helps flush out toxins from the body and allows it to release stored visceral fat.</p> 

5. FRUIT JUICE


Harmful Ingredients: Fructose
It’s natural! It’s packed with Vitamin C! It comes from Florida! What could be wrong? Well, while 100 percent fruit juice is a better pick than sugary drinks like Sunny D, even the all-natural stuff still packs up to 36 grams of sugar per cup—or about what you’d get from popping 4 Krispy Kreme glazed donuts into a blender and hitting frappe. What’s more, most of the sweetness in juice comes from fructose, a type of sugar associated with the development of visceral adipose tissue—yep, that’s belly fat.
Drink This Instead: Trick your belly into shrinking itself by filling your glass with some refreshing detox water. Just add fresh sliced fruit like oranges and grapefruit to plain ole’ H20 and chill. The key is to keep the peels on: citrus peels are rich in the antioxidant d-limonene, a powerful compound that helps flush out toxins from the body and allows it to release stored visceral fat.







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