Tampico Freezer Tampons: Why to Eat Them?

June 13, 2012 |

When you aren’t sure how to use a product or a device you look for the manual, right? When user guide is not available than you have to experiment relying on the trial and error method. I would not recommend you to do so with “Irresistible TAMPICO Freezer Pops Regular Mix.” You may hurt yourself. Indeed, these pops sound like Tampax, look pretty much like tampons and they are “irresistible” according to the manufacturer. No wonder, people are confused! Consider the below quotation from the Yahoo Answers:

Irresistible TampicoHow do you eat Tampico freezer pops? “I bought some yesterday and they are done freezing. I just need to know how to open them and eat them. It looks confusing. I know I sound stupid asking how to open a freezer pop, but if you saw them, it really is confusing.” You may follow the above link for more answers but my answer is right here: NOT to eat Tampico tampons at all. So the right question should be:

Why to eat Tampico tampons? While your body may, in fact, have hard time resisting sharp objects like Tampico, your mind can and should stop them easily from penetration into your body and their poisonous infiltration into your blood. My previous post was about a gallon of Tampico Citrus Punch swill. The tampon version of it is perhaps even further away from the human’s nature:  It is missing Vitamin C but you have two more questionable preservatives added: sodium benzoate  and potassium benzoate  (read PDF file The effect of some colours and sodium benzoate on children’s behaviour).

 DyeDiet Doesn’t Buy It!

Tampico Freezer Pops: Risk, Nutrition and Dye ContentTampico Freezer Pops: Risk, Nutrition and Dye Content

Six strange food additives (red segments) give you bad chemical risk of DDFI = 40/23 ~ 1.7 and leave you with ridiculously low nutritional value of DDNF = 23/53 ~ 0.4 which indicate essentially that the pops are the same toxic waste as their Citrus Punch swill just reviewed. Your fruity pops are not much else but mere artificially colored (with 90 mg/L of Red 40 azo dye) and chemically modified High Fructose Corn Syrup and water with “LESS THAN 1% JUICE” from concentrate. How much less, 0.1% or 0.001%? Can you still taste it? I don’t know, ask the manufacturer or ask yourself. Dirt chip? Yes, yes but I would not pay even a buck for dirt. Would you? That’s how food industry makes tons of money by fooling Americans.

A better choice. You better consider all Natural Popsicle and live happier and healthier life!

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Category: Food Dyes Exposure, Frozen bars, Soft drinks

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  1. Shadus says:

    Might be bad for you but they taste so-so good… and I’ve had the natural ones. Don’t compare.

    • DyeDiet DyeDiet says:

      You are right: Chemicals may “taste good” too. That’s why we should be informed and selective if we want to have happy-ending life.