The Foods That Are KILLING Us

But the FDA doesn't want you to know


Because just about everything comes with disclaimers these days this is mine! First and foremost, I make no pretense about being a doctor or even a healthcare professional of any kind…I am not! And that may not matter anyway since you probably ain’t never read a health and wellness manuscript like my recent book Eat to Live: More Than Health and Wellness, Eating Well Rocks Longevity… ever!

I am a cancer patient though, and will be for the rest of my life. Living with cancer comes with a responsibility to monitor this fact on a regular basis and to continue a protocol that advances your quality of life and longevity.

This article is from that book and you can examine the entire book free, if you are interested, by clicking on the link below.

Many of you are not surprised by the many foods and food ingredients that have been identified by reputable institutions and government agencies as being dangerous to your health.

List of Ingredients That Are Killing Us.

  • Refined Sugar
  • Aspartame
  • Saturated Fat (Red Meat)
  • Trans Fat
  • Omega 6 Fatty Acid
  • Refined Carbohydrates (white bread, white rice, potatoes)
  • Gluten and Casein
  • MSG
  • Sodium Nitrate
  • Salt
  • Butane
  • Propylene Glycol
  • Potassium Benzoate
  • Soy
  • Alcohol

These ingredients found in many processed foods and other than grass fed animals cause inflammation in the body which are the root of most of our serious illnesses experienced by consuming the American Diet.


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