11 Foods You Eat Regularly That Have Shocking Ingredients

July 24, 2014 1:46 pm 0 comments Views: 1266

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 you aren’t angry about how mass-produced food is processed, you should be. Here are some disgusting ingredients that, thanks to food factories, you are probably eating every day.

#1. Fast-food buns = soles of shoes.

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The culprit is azodicarbonamide, which is found in yoga mats and the soles of shoes.

#2. Beef = ammonia.

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Yeah, like the kind that you clean your bathroom with. Fast-food restaurants bleach their beef to rid it of E. coli and other bacteria…fail.

#3. Bread = human hair.

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L-cysteine, a flavor enhancer, comes from hair and feathers.

#4. Cinnamon and Chocolate = rodent hairs.

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According to the FDA, cinnamon can have 22 rodent hairs in every 100 grams of cinnamon, and 1 rodent hair per 100 grams of chocolate. This means that the cinnamon above could have about 55 rodent hairs in it, and the chocolate bar could have 1 rodent hair in it.

#5. Fast-food buffalo wings = sand.

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Silicon dioxide is used as an anti-caking agent, so restaurants can the wing coating “fresh” longer.

#6. Fast-food salad = Astroglide.

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Propylene glycerol, found in Astroglide, is used in fast-food salads to keep the greens crisp.

#7. Ice cream = beaver anal glands.

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It’s called castoreum, but it’s really just beaver anal glands/urine.

#8. Wine/Beer = dried fish bladders.

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Fish bladders are used to give alcohol its appealing golden look…

#9. Gelatin = pig skin.

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“Boiled down pig skin (46%), bovine hide (29.4%) and pork and cattle bones (23.1%).”

#10. Bubble-gum = lamb coat secretion.

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Lanolin is an oily secretion found in lamb’s wool, and it is used to soften chewing gum.

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