I have been yelling at the top of my lungs (metaphorically of course) telling strangers through blogging, example while shopping, and word of mouth to get off the wheat, GMOs, and meat. Most people look at me with a semi retarded smile and stare at me with huge owl half scared eyes like what are you talking about??? GMOS idiots..you know the Round up infested CORN that TAINTS your DNA.
If you have never been to my blog before and you are confused GOOGLE GMOS. Please watch the movie FOOD INC!
If you follow my blog Thank you for taking the time and having the intelligence to read. Believe me you are smarter then you think you are because 20 percent or something like that of your American neighbors are ILLITERATE.
I wonder how many people had to look that word up in the dictionary…. Yes you should be concerned.
Rude and blunt? Yes. However I know longer give a hogs rear end how rude I sound or mean I sound. IF YOU CONTINUE TO FEED YOUR KIDS BLEACHED WHEAT AFTER THIS YOU SHOULD BE CHARGED WITH NEGLECT AND THEN MURDER WHEN THE ONES YOU LOVE SUFFOCATE! DO YOU SHEEPLE UNDERSTAND ME?????????????????????????
Now NOTE THE FACT THAT AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE IT WAS UPDATED ON MARCH 1. Meaning the makers of the products FAILED TO TELL YOU that your food contains foam that CAUSES ASTHMA AND BRAIN PROBLEMS! It is so full of Carbon Dioxide and YOU NEED OXYGEN TO LIVE!
Please tell me you understand what I am saying. This is by far the bluntest thing I have ever written in my life but YOUR LIFE is at stake here and YOUR KIDS do NOT have a CHOICE because THEY DO NOT HAVE MONEY because they are to YOUNG to WORK.
If you are over 18 and you LOVE the POISON I mean “food” so much and you “Can’t get enough” and you cant eat something healthier like a ORGANIC Banana or a vegetable instead of a Little Debbie because you do not have discipline then best of luck to you.
I really hope your food eating suicide is worth it and painless. Last I heard suffocating is one of the worst ways to die.
Now why I am I writing this lovely blog on this lovely rainy cloudy day????
Because of this….Note the bottom March 1….
|CAS number||123-77-3 Y|
|Jmol-3D images||Image 1|
|Molar mass||116.08 g mol−1|
|Appearance||Yellow to orange/red crystalline powder|
|EU classification||Harmful (XN)|
|S-phrases||S22 S24 S37|
|Y (verify) (what is: Y/N?) Except where noted otherwise, data are given for materials in their standard state (at 25 °C (77 °F), 100 kPa)|
Azodicarbonamide, or azobisformamide, is a chemical compound with the molecular formula C2H4O2N4. It is a yellow to orange red, odorless, crystalline powder. As a food additive, it is known by the E number E927.
Use as a food additive
As a food additive, azodicarbonamide is used as a flour bleaching agent and an improving agent. It reacts with moist flour as an oxidizing agent. The main reaction product is biurea, a derivative of urea, which is stable during baking. Secondary reaction products include semicarbazide and ethyl carbamate. The United States and Canada permit the use of azodicarbonamide at levels up to 45 ppm. In Australia and Europe the use of azodicarbonamide as a food additive is banned.
The principal use of azodicarbonamide is in the production of foamed plastics as a blowing agent. The thermal decomposition of azodicarbonamide results in the evolution of nitrogen, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and ammonia gases, which are trapped in the polymer as bubbles to form a foamed article.
Azodicarbonamide as used in plastics, synthetic leather and other uses can be pure or modified. This is important because modification affects the reaction temperatures. Pure azodicarbonamide generally reacts around 200 °C. In the plastic, leather and other industries, modified azodicarbonamide (average decomposition temperature 170 °C) contains additives that accelerate the reaction or react at lower temperatures.
In the UK, the Health and Safety Executive has identified azodicarbonamide as a respiratory sensitizer (a possible cause of asthma) in workplace settings and determined that containers of it should be labeled with “May cause sensitisation by inhalation.” The World Health Organization has linked azodicarbonamide to “respiratory issues, allergies and asthma” for individuals at workplaces where azodicarbonamide is manufactured or handled in raw form. The available data are restricted to these occupational environments. Exposure of the general public to azodicarbonamide could not be evaluated because of the lack of available data.
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- Jump up ^ Becalski A, Lau BP, Lewis D, Seaman SW (2004-09-10). “Semicarbazide formation in azodicarbonamide-treated flour: a model study”. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry) 52 (18): 5730–4. doi:10.1021/jf0495385. PMID 15373416.
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- Jump up ^ “21CFR172.806”. Code of Federal Regulations. April 1, 2012.
- Jump up ^ Hong-Shum, edited by Jim Smith, Lily (2011). Food additives data book (2nd ed.). Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell. p. 548. ISBN 978-1405195430.
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- Jump up ^ “COMMISSION DIRECTIVE 2004/1/EC of 6 January 2004 amending Directive 2002/72/EC as regards the suspension of the use of azodicarbonamide as blowing agent”. Official Journal of the European Union. 2004-01-13. Retrieved 2011-03-10.
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I WILL BLOG MORE ON THIS TOPIC LATER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!