HAVE YOU EVER NOTICED THAT ANTIFREEZE IS STICKY?
SO IS GATORADE. IT'S IN THE CAME CLASS OF CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS!
Gooey drinks and foods may have brominated vegetable oils, BVO's, or some form of a petrochemical commonly referred to as PEG, or a derivative of it. PEG is polyethylene glycol, commonly known as the chemical antifreeze in your car. PEG is antifreeze. In 2013 Gatorade removed BVO from it's drinks, and substituted Sucrose Acetate Isobutyrate, which appears to be a derivative of PEG. PEG can be found in many many products consumed in the United States.
Europe and Japan have made it illegal to put BVO and PEG into foods and drinks.
This is a very important article from GutSense.com about the dangers of Miralax and Polyethylene Glycol.
A single recommended dose of MiraLAX contains 17 grams of pharmaceutical grade PEG powder, a humongous amount of what is otherwise an industrial-strength anti-fungicide, insecticide, and germicide
Dunkin Donuts uses PEG.
I have recently helped several people with serious intestinal disorders, including a documented case of Crohn's. In the case of Crohn's, the young woman had been drinking Fireball Whiskey. Fireball whiskey has antifreeze in it. Fireball with antifreeze is illegal in Europe.
I would be extremely careful with any sticky foods whether it be Cinnabons, Barbeque Sauces, Salad Dressings, anything from Starbucks, and any other fast food establishment.
Common Foods and Drinks Hiding the Antifreeze Compound
This is an analysis of what Sucrose Acetate Isobutyrate may be doing to the gastrointestinal tract.
Gatorade Gets a Chemical Makeover… But is it Any Better?
Polyethylene Glycol can make a person go NUTS.
The term “neuropsychiatric events” in the FDA's safety alert refers to neurologic disorders of the central and peripheral nervous systems such as autism, dementia, depression, schizophrenia, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, and similar others. These conditions result from PEG's direct (through cellular damage) and indirect (through malnutrition of essential micronutrients) neurotoxicity.
My wife tweeted to Gatorade, and this is what they returned. On Gatorade labels I am not finding the full name of the ingredient, Sucrose Acetate Isobutyrate. Instead it simply appears to be labeled as Surcrose.
Unbelievably, doctors tell their patients to ingest Gatorade for electrolytes. If you are drinking Gatorade, immediately switch to salt water, and lay off the sugar. See the SALT link at the bottom of this page.
Another 8 foods that contain common anti-freeze ingredient propylene glycol.
Cake from a box - Without propylene glycol, this cake mixture would crystalize. This chemical gives it a powder and soft texture.
Coffee - Some flavored coffee beans like nutmeg, French vanilla, pumpkin spice, are treated with propylene glycol so that the beans absorb the flavor.
Dessert icing - Propylene glycol stabilizes the fluffy consistency of cake and cookie frosting.
Dressings - Ranch dressing and barbeque sauce often contain propylene glycol, which act as thickening agents for dressings and sauces.
Ice cream - Propylene glycol keeps ice cream from developing ice crystals.
Kibbles - Some forms of kibbles and dog treats contain propylene glycol, which keeps dog food crunchy.
Margarine - This unhealthy butter substitute gets its greasy texture from propylene glycol.
Soda - Almost all soda contains propylene glycol, as it stops the growth of bacteria and locks in maximum flavor.
If you have a little one that has been prescribed Miralax or another PEG containing product, this wonderful Facebook group will back me up on the dangers of Miralax right now. GET YOUR CHILD OFF OF MIRALAX.
PARENTS AGAINST MIRALAX
"Virtually every teen in America plays video games, according to the Pew Research Center. The $110-billion-a-year soft drink industry and the $74-billion-a-year video game industry have noticed. Activision, the makers of "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3," the latest edition in this popular video game series, paired with Mountain Dew in a promotion that rewards gamers with bonus points for drinking more Mountain Dew."
Sucrose Acetate Isobutyrate may be blowing up our livers.
Other names for PEG
Carbowax, GoLYTELY, GlycoLax, Fortrans, TriLyte, Colyte, Halflytely, Macrogol, MiraLAX, MoviPrep
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