Bacterial War On Humans – Meat Additives DIRE Warning Goes Mainstream

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Since the 1980s there are almost no new drugs that have been developed… and that does not bode well as factory farming superbugs become a global threat. We are losing the against the microbial world… Veganism and vegetarianism are the only solutions

Food Additives and Child Health: Abstract | August 2018

Our purposes with this policy statement and its accompanying technical report are to review and highlight emerging child health concerns related to the use of colorings, flavorings, and chemicals deliberately added to food during processing (direct food additives) as well as substances in food contact materials, including adhesives, dyes, coatings, paper, paperboard, plastic, and other polymers, which may contaminate food as part of packaging or manufacturing equipment (indirect food additives); to make reasonable recommendations that the pediatrician might be able to adopt into the guidance provided during pediatric visits; and to propose urgently needed reforms to the current regulatory process at the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for food additives. Concern regarding food additives has increased in the past 2 decades, in part because of studies in which authors document endocrine disruption and other adverse health effects.

Chemicals of increasing concern include the following:

  1. bisphenols, which are used in the lining of metal cans to prevent corrosion45;
  2. phthalates, which are esters of diphthalic acid that are often used in adhesives, lubricants, and plasticizers during the manufacturing process17;
  3. nonpersistent pesticides, which have been addressed in a previous policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics and, thus, will not be discussed in this statement46;
  4. perfluoroalkyl chemicals (PFCs), which are used in grease-proof paper and packaging47; and
  5. perchlorate, an antistatic agent used for plastic packaging in contact with dry foods with surfaces that do not contain free fat or oil and also present as a degradation product of bleach used to clean food manufacturing equipment.48

Additional compounds of concern discussed in the accompanying technical report include artificial food colors, nitrates, and nitrites.


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