These Foods Are Full Of Toxic Antifreeze! Avoid Them!

You may don’t have notice the link between the fries and the antifreeze.  If you just Google a little, you will be clear everything.

These two ingredients have one thing in common and that is propylene glycol.

It will put the anti in the antifreeze.  Also it has different mixtures in food, cosmetic and medication. Imagine it is usage for different purposes.

FDA allows only small amount in the medications from this ingredient.

In its report on propylene glycol, the CDC says it poses no major health concerns. Ironically, though, the report also states:

No studies were located regarding respiratory, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, musculoskeletal, hepatic, renal, endocrine, dermal, ocular or body weight effects.

In other words, there hasn’t been all that much research into the chemical’s health effects. As a result, the CDC is giving it the green light – despite all we do know about the chemical.

In addition to this post we are going to present you the negative influence that this ingredient has on the organism.

  1. It will damage the kidneys and the liver

The propylene glycol is living in different medications, even in Lorazepam. The experts claim that if this ingredient is used in the medication so long, the kidneys will be suffering of malefaction and after the kidneys your liver will be damaged.

  1. Its likely dangerous for infants

If you give your child to consume products with this ingredient you are making harm on it. That damage is magnified in infants, whose bodies don’t metabolize propylene glycol quickly.

  1. It may cause an allergic reaction

You can find propylene glycol in corticosteroids, a class of anti-inflammatory medications. One study reports that this placement is “an often unrecognized cause of allergic contact dermatitis.”

In other words, many people experience a brief allergic reaction in response to the chemical in certain medications. This further raises questions about the chemical’s safety.

  1. It can cause mental illness

The experts who were doing the experiment said that if you use this ingredient you may have mental damages and diseases like:

  • Hyperactivity
  • Behavioral changers
  • Depression
  • Ataxia (in extreme cases)

In case to properly avoid this ingredient, Propylene Glycol, you need to stay away from the ingredients which consist it.

Cosmetics such as:

  • Shampoo
  • Body wash
  • Skin cream
  • Deodorant
  • Baby wipes

Foods like:

  • Salad dressing
  • Soda
  • Frozen dessert
  • Flavored coffee
  • Icing

Please share this post to raise awareness about the health risks associated with propylene glycol.

Sources:
ScienceNews.org
PubMed
NHS.uk
Dr. Axe
CDC

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