Most often it is found in ready-made processed foods with long shelf life, such as frozen foods, crackers, chips and fast food.
2. EstrogenElevated levels of estrogen indicates a questionable origin of the product. Most often, hormone is given to milk and meat cows.Estrogen causes rapid development and growth, which increases milk production and the amount of meat products. And while to the question "Is it bad" experts's answer is negative, physicians do not recommend to use such products as food .
3. Powder spinach The composition of some green pastry is only indirectly related to the vegetable crops. A component simulating green is dehydrated spinach, that does not have the nutritional value. Eating such products is as useful, as eating the dust.
4. Propylene glycol or antifreeze The substance is traditionally used in the automotive and cosmetic industries. The reagent does not give window panes to freeze, and also provides water-holding and soothing effect. As adverse symptoms were not recorded, the substance was used as a food additive to create these same properties in food.
Potentially hazardous food: confectionery, alcoholic and non-alcoholic carbonated beverages, energy drinks, frozen fruits and poultry.
5. Vanillin Since natural vanilla is expensive, and the world needs amounts to several thousand tons per year, there was invented a method for synthesizing the substance of the more accessible parts. Basically vanillin is produced from lignin , a byproduct of paper industry.
Used as a flavor in yogurt, baked goods, beverages and confectionery.
6. The substance of the glands of the beaver
Aromatic substance is extracted from the glands of the beaver. Initially, a mixture was intended for medical purposes.Over time, it began to be used in the perfume industry as a natural perfume and odor release. From the perspective of the food industry the substance can play a role of raspberry flavoring. It is believed that these days stream is added only in expensive perfumes, but in practice, beaver gland can be found in the jelly, ice cream, candy and flavored drinks.
When you buy something, read what it is made of and you'll be safe.