Tag: food risk diagram

Stop Food Terrorism: Wal-Mart dinosaur cookies

Stop Food Terrorism: Wal-Mart dinosaur cookies

[ 0 ] August 25, 2012 |

Watch out!  It’s another back-to-school season. What this means for the food industry sharks? It’s time for them assault YOUR children; perhaps, not physically but… yes, chemically. For the food industry your children are just a market (see Food marketing to children) that is millions of brainless mouths and stomachs to trick into paying for […]

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A and W Root Beer: Sugary syrup

A and W Root Beer: Sugary syrup

[ 5 ] May 17, 2012 |

I always thought that root beer is a healthy naturally flavored beverage. Not exactly. Yes, quillaia extract is a natural ingredient. According to the Wikipedia: Quillaia is the milled inner bark or small stems and branches of the soapbark. It contains a high concentration of saponins and is used to enhance vaccines. That’s it, nothing […]

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Oreo cookies: processed and toxic

Oreo cookies: processed and toxic

[ 2 ] May 13, 2012 |

Although recently reviewed Oreo Milk’s Favorite sandwich cookies of Craft Foods/Nabisco are far from being the best nutritious choice, they, at least, don’t contain potentially dangerous food additives (read Behavior, Learning and Health: The Dietary Connection). Oreo Ice Cream cookies represent completely different case: a variety of four artificial food colorants is included. Therefore, the […]

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Food Terrorism: Rainbow Blast Cake

Food Terrorism: Rainbow Blast Cake

[ 0 ] April 27, 2012 |

Beware people of America, here is an aggressive psycho-colored product designed to destroy you, your children, kill your fertility and make you wandering purposelessly around like the living dead. Here it is, Rainbow Blast Cake of Bakery of Walmart: “Vibrantly-colored cake, iced with Vanilla Buttercrème Icing, topped with confetti sprinkles.” Just look at that play-doh  […]

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Austin Zoo Animal Crackers

Austin Zoo Animal Crackers

[ 2 ] April 14, 2012 |

Animal cracker, according to the Wikipedia refers to a small cracker or cookie baked in the shape of animal, usually an animal one might see at a zoo, such as lion, tiger, bear or elephant.  Normally animal crackers are less sweet than cookies. A serving of 30 g of Kellogg’s Austin Zoo Animal Crackers contain […]

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V8 V-Fusion Energy blend

V8 V-Fusion Energy blend

[ 0 ] April 11, 2012 |

The very existence of the energy drink market in America, especially with its major consumer base of ages 14 to 34, indicates that something is really wrong with today’s America lifestyle. Furthermore, poor health of today’s young Americans contributes heavily into the troubled tomorrow of this country.  I have already reviewed a number of popular […]

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Dr Thunder is not your doctor

Dr Thunder is not your doctor

[ 0 ] April 8, 2012 |

According to the Wikipedia: “Dr Thunder is a brand of soft drink produced for Wal-Mart stores. Dr Thunder was originally called “Southern Lightning,” but the name was changed to reflect its similarities to Dr Pepper.” Recently, Pepsi and Coca-Cola agreed to remove alleged carcinogen from their caramel coloring. Yeah… This is just another your family […]

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CVS cough drops with Red 40

CVS cough drops with Red 40

[ 1 ] March 25, 2012 |

In America, Red 40 is the most-widely used dye, which is capable of inducing immune-system tumors in laboratory animals. The dye causes allergic reactions in a small number of consumers and may trigger hyperactivity in children. CSPI warns that considering the safety questions Red 40 should be excluded from foods unless and until new tests […]

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Most Risky Food in America

Most Risky Food in America

[ 1 ] April 1, 2011 |

DyeDiet Food Risk Overview It has been two months since the DyeDiet started publication of its concept and analysis of health risks associated with consumption of food and food additives. So far 28 popular brands of food and soft drinks from 8 food categories were discussed in terms of food risks so to help American consumers to make more informed, less […]

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