Conventional ‘yogurt’ is junk food disquised as health food

foodBy: malterwitty… When you study the ingredients in “conventional” yogurt, you’ll find that it’s made from milk produced by a cow that’s been confined to one space its whole life, pumped with antibiotics and hormones, and fed GMO grain. Ingredients can also include artificial sweeteners, chemical defoamers, processed sugar, high-fructose corn syrup, synthetic preservatives and the controversial thickener carrageenan.  Numerous health problems have been associated with aspartame, including migraines, blurred vision, depression, gastrointestinal complications and many others. Carrageenan, or seaweed extract, is a preservative used to maintain the thick, milky texture of yogurt and to keep contents from separating. It’s been linked to inflammation, ulcerations and even bleeding. It’s also received FDA approval to be used in USDA Certified Organic food.These ingredients make for anything but a “healthy” product. In fact, if you eat them regularly, you could be doing more harm than good.…MORE

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2 Responses to Conventional ‘yogurt’ is junk food disquised as health food

  1. Health Care Spectator says:

    Great post!

    Like

  2. sarasinart says:

    Really good info Gregg: what not to eat and which one is ok.

    Like

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