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These pages were put together by extensive research. I am not a doctor and therefore I use an educated common sense approach. If you doubt any of the information I suggest you do your own additional research on the topic. If you find the information factual but upsetting please do not get upset with the FDA, the Government or the messenger presenting this page, instead I recommend you immediately change your eating and drinking habit.

All US food packages have a list of item on them under a label called ingredients. The food you eat and the water you drink are crucial to your health and how comfortable you feel on a daily basis, so it is important to know exactly what you are eating or drinking.  You can chew and swallow those hard to pronounce words you don't understand at your own risk or you can look them up here or elsewhere.

To the immediate right of each health page you will see links to  the Food Additives and Preservatives list from A to Z and 100 to 1520, as well as the other health pages.

If the person who buys your food speaks a different language than English use the translation button at the top right of the page to translate the page for them. Just click TRANSLATE then click the language you want and wait for the page to be translated.


Health Page List




    549 Additive Summary
    A ACESULFAME-K Artificial sweetener: Baked goods, chewing gum, gelatin desserts, diet soda, Sunette. This artificial sweetener, manufactured by Hoechst, a giant German chemical company, is widely used around the world. It is about 200 times

    296 Aspartame or NutraSweet
    Aspartame or Nutrasweet If it says "SUGAR FREE" on the label DO NOT EVEN THINK ABOUT IT!!!!! Aspartame, Disguised and Deadly! Beware of Deadly Aspartame Sugar Substitutes! Although its name sounds tame, this deadly neurotoxin is

    333 Bore water
    Bore Water Most people don't know what they are drinking when they turn on their tap. The water could be coming from their bore and contain everything from dirt to pesticides. What most people are not aware of is that the water coming from

    325 Bottled Water
    Bottled Water Most people don't know what they are drinking when they buy a bottle of water and quench their thirst. Water bottles are a great source of water for everyone. You see water bottles everywhere for sale. But you must ask some questions.

    589 BPA in Cans/Plastic
    BPA in Cans & Plastic #7 and #3 The FDA reversed their decision that Bisephenol-A (BPA) is safe. However, because the chemical is classified as an “indirect food additive” in the “generally recognized as safe” category, the FDA says they are

    872 Brown Rice Vs White Rice
    Brown Rice Vs White Rice Rice goes through a variety of processes before it's ready for cooking. After harvesting, the seeds are run through a rice huller/husker for milling to remove the outer grain husks. After this process, you're left

    840 Caffeine
    Caffeine Coffee -  Tea -  Chocolates - Soft Drinks Caffeine is a psychostimulant which is naturally produced in the leaves, beans and seeds of many plants. It is in drinks like coffee, tea, chocolates and many soft drinks.  It's effect on the

    301 Canola Oil
    Canola Oil Canola Oil is an Industrial Oil Not Fit For Human Consumption. Reprinted from Essential Oils Online By Jim Lynn, Essential Oils It's amazing to me...The more research I do, the more I see a relationship between the food we eat and

    1530 Carbon Monoxide in Homes
    Carbon Monoxide (CO) at  Home Carbon monoxide detection is a requirement in home just like smoke alarms. You can smell smoke if you are a wake but you cannot smell carbon monoxide which makes it even more dangerous. Understanding it will help you

    788 Children Sports Exercise
    Exercise to Avoid Sports Injuries Parents are proud of the teen athlete but the should always remember to take steps to avoid injuries. Kids just want to have fun and will not exercise unless encouraged to do so. Author Dawn Comstock, PhD and

    1018 Cholesterol & Fat
    Cholesterol & Fat Fats & Oil Terminology Saturated fats (Solid at room Temperature) Mono-Unsaturated fats (Liquid at room temperature but solid when refrigerated) Poly-unsaturated fats (Liquid even when refrigerated) What oils are

    846 Coconut oil
    Coconut oil Coconut oil consists almost entirely of about 92% saturated fat. It is good for cooking, because saturated fat is not harmed by heat, unlike unsaturated oils. It does not contain the trans fats that produce insulin-resistance, diabetes,

    1547 Conference
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    658 Disorders
    Warning Failure to spend the 2 hours of your life watching the videos below could result in you or your loved one ending up addict to, or dying from drugs Part 1 (9:31) Mental Disorders Diagnosis Psychology Manuals Origin Psychology

    314 Distilled Water
    Facts about Distilled Water Is water that has been turned into vapor so that its impurities are left behind. Upon condensing, it becomes pure water. Is the only type of water which meets the definition of water: hydrogen + oxygen. Is

    307 Distillers, Filters Tank or Tap
    Water Distillers, Water Filters, or Reverse Osmosis What is the choice for Water purification from the available methods, is a good question on a number of people's minds. When we discovered water distillers we understood what real Pure water was

    290 Drinking Water!
    Drinking Water! What is it? For centuries dating back to our creation, we had pure water fall from our sky everyday in the world feeding the life that lived on it. Pure Water should be one part hydrogen and two parts oxygen - Pure H20. 200 years

    317 Energized Water
    Energized Water Although only relatively new the idea of Energized water, it is certainly been with us since the earth was created. All things in the world carry a frequency or subtle energy field that is resonant to its nature of survival. If

    335 Facts about drinking water
    Facts about drinking water The old saying of two liters a day, is it true and what else is true about our drinking water? Or does you body tell you when it's thirsty. Below we have a collection of facts about drinking water and their

    566 farmers market
    New York City Farmers Market (All Boroughs) Real Farmers, No Additives, No Preservatives Concerns that some of the farmers locations are selling the same low quality honey and produce found in supermarkets have been confirmed. Blind trust not

    321 Filtered Water
    Filtered Water No filter is small enough to remove all bacteria or any viruses. They are large enough to catch some sediment, chlorine, some detergents and pesticides only to have the bacteria and viruses then attach themselves and breed. This

    1145 flour
    Flour Hard Red Wheat Berries Normally the flour that makes bread should be make from  hard red or hard white wheat. Breads made with hard red wheat produces a fuller, heartier flavor, and the bread will have a slightly darker color than if

    304 Fluoride in Water
    Fluoride is a deadly poison!!! "Fluorides are general protoplasmic poisons, probably because of their capacity to modify the metabolism of cells by changing the permeability of the cell membrane and by inhibiting certain enzyme systems. The exact

    374 Food Additives from 100 to 181
    100 - 181 Colorings Food Additives with a "•" in front of its name shows that it is definitely or possibly Animal Derived. 100 Curcumin, yellow coloring derived from the root of the curcuma plant, but can be artificially produced. Used in food and

    386 Food Additives from 1400 to 1450
    1400 - 1450 Thickeners Food Additives with a "•" in front of its name shows that it is definitely or possibly Animal Derived. 1400 Dextrins, thickener and vegetable gums derived from tapioca or corn, foam stabiliser in beer, sweetner base,

    388 Food Additives from 1505 to 1520
    1500 -1520 Sequestrants & Solvents Food Additives with a "•" in front of its name shows that it is definitely or possibly Animal Derived. 1505 Triethyl citrate, foam stabilizer 1510 Ethanol, fermented from sugar or other carbohydrates.

    376 Food Additives from 200 to 297
    200 - 297 Preservatives Food Additives with a "•" in front of its name shows that it is definitely or possibly Animal Derived. 200 Sorbic acid, preservative. Potassium Sorbate. Either obtained from berries, or synthesized from ketene. 48 201

    378 Food Additives from 300 to 381
    300 - 381 Antioxidants, mineral salts & food acids Food Additives with a "•" in front of its name shows that it is definitely or possibly Animal Derived. 300 Ascorbic acid, antioxidant, flour treating agent: vitamin C, may be made

    380 Food Additives from 400 to 579
    400 -579 Emulsifiers, vegetable gums, & anti-caking agents Food Additives with a "•" in front of its name shows that it is definitely or possibly Animal Derived. 400 Alginic acid, thickener and vegetable gum, derived from seaweed. Used in

    382 Food Additives from 620 to 637
    620 - 637 Flavor Enhancers Food Additives with a "•" in front of its name shows that it is definitely or possibly Animal Derived. 620 L-Glutamic acid, flavor enhancer, amino acid present in many animal and vegetable proteins, derived commercially

    384 Food Additives from 900 to 1202
    900 - 1202 Sweeteners, Bleaching and Anti-Foaming Agents Food Additives with a "•" in front of its name shows that it is definitely or possibly Animal Derived. 900 Dimethypolysiloxane, anti-foaming agent, emulsifier, , silicone based •901

    337 Food Additives starting with A
    Food Additives - A Acacia - Gum arabic, derived from the Acacia sengal species, used as a binder and emulsifier. In icing mixtures, diet foods and diabetic foods, ice cream, and other sweets; many cough mixtures and lozenges; some cosmetics, soaps

    339 Food Additives starting with B
    Food Additives - B Bee products - pollen, honey, royal jelly, wax. Extraction of these substances all leads to deprivation or damage to the insects. Sugar is often substituted for the stolen honey, bees legs are sometimes torn off in pollen

    342 Food Additives starting with C
    Food Additives - C Caesin - milk protein, used in cosmetics and non-dairy creams. Caffeine - an alkaloid found in coffee, tea, chocolate and guarana. Caffeine is a stimulant that causes heart rate and respiration to increase. It also has a

    344 Food Additives starting with D
    Food Additives - D Desamidocollagen - collagen mixture, animal protein 14 Deodorants - may contain aluminium (reputed to be in a form not readily absorbed by the body and therefore safe), ammonia, formaldehyde (carcinogenic), and/or ethanol.

    346 Food Additives starting with E
    Food Additives - E Eggs - Chickens are subject to mass farming techniques for both meat and eggs. Laying hens are usually crammed 4 or more to a small cage in which they cannot even stretch their wings, often stacked in tiers to fit more into a

    348 Food Additives starting with F
    Food Additives - F Factory Farming - intensive forms of farming that put profit before any other consideration. Animals are kept in cramped conditions that prevent exercise and increases illness, injury and suffering. Pigs, cows and chickens are

    350 Food Additives starting with G
    Food Additives - G Gardening - Home gardeners need not use toxic chemicals or slaughterhouse by-products to maintain a healthy garden. Choosing disease resistant varieties of seed and rotating vegetable cropping, growing a vegetable in the same

    352 Food Additives starting with H
    Food Additives - H Hair products - like cosmetics, many commercially available hair products contain animal products and are tested on them. Herbal rinses for the hair are easily prepared in the home and are both ethical and economical. see

    354 Food Additives starting with I
    Food Additives - I Ice cream mixture of milk, cream, sugar, eggs and flavorings. Some also contain emulsifier and gelatin. Ice creams containing yoghurt or tofu are also available. also see Alginates, Agar-agar, and Gelatin. Iron - Iron

    356 Food Additives starting with J, K & L
    Food Additives - J, K & L Food Additives - J none Food Additives - K Keratin - compound found in horny tissue: horn, claws, nails. Used in many hair products. almond Oil used as a hair rinse can give the same strengthening effect. Food

    358 Food Additives starting with M
    Food Additives - M Margarine - vegetable oils hydrogenated to make them solid. This process convert oils into saturated fats. Sometimes milk or fish oils such cetyl palmitate or spermaceti (derived from whales and dolphins) may be used. During

    360 Food Additives starting with N & O
    Food Additives - N & O Food Additives - N Nappy sterilizers - some contain hypochlorite, which contributes to organochlorin pollution. Vinegar, bicarbonate soda, lemon juice or eucalyptus may be added to the rinse water, or use hot water and

    362 Food Additives starting with P
    Food Additives - P Packaging - see active packaging, plastic contamination, dioxins Paints - derived primarily from petrochemicals, most paints are toxic in production, use and disposal. PCP (Pentachlorphenol) was once a fungicide used in

    364 Food Additives starting with Q & R
    Food Additives - Q & R Food Additives - Q Quaternium 7 - derived from tallow. 14 Quaternium 15 - formaldehyde based preservative used in many shampoos, conditioners and cosmetics. Formaldehyde is known to be carcinogenic. Can cause contact

    366 Food Additives starting with S
    Food Additives - S Saccharin - sweetening agent banned in 1977, but reinstated subject to strict labeling stating "Use of this product may be hazardous to your health. this product contains saccharin which has been determined to cause cancer in

    368 Food Additives starting with T
    Food Additives - T Talcum powder - usually contains hydrated magnesium sulphate or magnesium carbonate, the fine particles of which can cause lung problems if inhaled often. A cornstarch variety is available as a safe alternative. Talc itself is

    370 Food Additives starting with U & V
    Food Additives - U & V Food Additives - U Urea - (Carbamide) in urine and bodily fluids, can be synthetically produced. Used in mouthwashes, hair colors and creams. 3, 14 Uric acid - produced by the body accompanying a high fat diet, combined

    372 Food Additives starting with W, X, Y & Z
    Food Additives - W, X, Y & Z  Food Additives - W Water -"Must be something in the Water!" With safe drinkable water being a problem for half of the world's population, it seems ludicrous that we should want to pollute such a

    745 Fruits
    Eating Fruits to be Healthy We think of health and disease as antagonistic entities at war with each other. Hence, our conception of proper treatment is to go after the attacking force with hammer and tongs, or with shot and shell - a practice that

    1101 Genetically Modified Food
    Genetically Modified Food Companies that sell genetically modified food will not allow independent researchers to access their patented seeds. They claim legal protection for these seeds under patent laws. If their genetically altered seeds are

    1534 Headache Foods
    Foods that are Known to Cause Headaches These misleading title are probably the biggest cause of public ignorance. Is it the food that’s causing the headache or the additives? I started getting headaches and could not figure out why, it took a

    801 Honey and Cinnamon
    Honey A Quick Comparison before the Honey Details Half Cup Honey Molasses White

    542 Margarine
    Margarine Synthetic Foods You've heard the stories, do your own test with the brand of Margarine you use. The chemical make-up of margarine has been manipulated so much that it is only one molecule away from plastic. That's right! Eating

    329 Mineral Water
    Mineral water Mineral water for a long time has been considered to be healthy and it shows us that it is and we also find now that it is not in some cases. Long consumption of some mineral water has lead to hardening of the arteries as the

    996 MSG
    MonoSodium Glutamate (MSG) MSG, or Monosodium Glutamate is a salt of the amino acid. Multiple Amino acids are used by DNA to create a protein. What happens when you digest MSGMSG is eaten.Cells in the hypothalamus that produce dopamine and regulate

    978 oatmeal
    Steel-cut Steel-cut oats are the least processed of the two varieties because they are cut rather than steamed and rolled. Large steel blades are used to chop the groats into two or three pieces leaving steel cut oats with a texture that is chewier

    1166 Potato
    Yam Yams (family Dioscoreaceae) are starchy tubers that have an almost black bark-like skin and white, purple or reddish flesh and come in many varieties. The tubers can be as small as regular potatoes or grow upwards of five feet long. The word

    1137 processed-refined-whole food
    Whole Food vs Processed Food vs Refined Food What is a Whole Food? The Good A whole food is one that is natural, like a green been, nuts, banana and cherries. They have not been changed in any way. If it has been changed from how it was grown

    319 Public Tap Water Supply
    Public Tap Water Supply Most people don't know what they are drinking when they turn on their tap. What most people are not aware of is that the water coming from our taps could in fact be creating the very health problems that we suffer from

    197 Remote Desktop
      Remote Desktop/Terminal Services or The Cloud I can't hand over copyright and patented content to the Cloud, but software for my mobile users require expensive laptops.  Can I still use Microsoft? You can set up your

    331 River or Dam Water
    River or Dam water Most people don't know what they are drinking when they turn on their tap. The water could be coming from their local river, dam or What most people are not aware of is that the water coming from our river, dam or bore

    1251 Selective Breeding vs GMO
    Selective Breeding vs. Genetic Engineering Are they the same? No! There is a huge difference! Selective Breeding If a girl with white skin wanted her child to be able to stay out in the sun longer without getting sunburns she would need a

    294 Soy Information
    Soy Milk Vs. Cows Milk Soy Milk vs Cows Milk Chart   To make about 11 cups of Soy Milk use 1 cup of soybeans 1 Gallon = 4 Quarts = 8 Pints = 16 cups 11 total cups of

    327 Tank Water
    Rain Water and Tank Water Over two hundred years ago, a drop of rain water that had fallen from the sky was about as pure and as clean as you could get. So is it safe drinking water? Today, we have a myriad of air pollution from fossil fuel

    1116 Trainers
    Who We Are Welcome to Properly Done where doing thing how people expect them to be done is what we specialize in. We provide the best education and technical service. Establishing and meeting expectation and the right customer service are

    1341 Video Gallery

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    900 Vitamin D Sources
    Vitamin D Sources Vitamin D promotes the healthy mineralization, growth and remodelling of bone. Vitamin D deficiency can result in thin, brittle, or deformed bones. Sunlight When we expose our skin to enough sunlight we get all the vitamin D we

    1174 Vitamins & Minerals
    Vitamins & Minerals International Units (IU) are a measurement system for the activity of vitamins A, D and E. 1 IU vitamin A = 0.3 mcg (micrograms) 1 IU vitamin D = 0.025 mcg 1 IU vitamin E = 0.7 mcg Other vitamins and minerals are

    1598 Windows 10
    Windows 10 Interface For all those technical consultants who chose to change career rather than teach Windows 10, it’s now time to take a second look because the ridiculous License Agreement has changed. The craziness has been removed. As far as A+

    94 Windows 8
    Windows 8.1 is Okay I believe once people get past the learning curve and start working with Windows 8.1 they will like it so if you are switching to Windows 8.1 just give yourself enough time to learn the new interface. Unfortunately

These health pages are for information only and not intended to replace your doctor
Some pages were researched by
Kim Stewart – BA Philosophy, BSC Honors
BA Environmental Management & Policy

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