Chinese Toxic Food and Food Scandals in the Last Era

In China, these are some scandals to demonstrate how toxic food is in China. The root causes of China’s food safety problems come from the country’s rapid industrialization and modernization.  Although in recent years, the Chinese government has revised its food safety law to be stricter, it cannot possibly control the country’s food quality due to lack of manpower and resources. Also, China’s one fifth of land is contaminated with heavy metals.

2006: Chinese officials found excessive cancer-causing residue in turbo fish, including nitrofuran and chloromycetin (antibacterial drugs).

2007: Chinese tainted contaminated wheat gluten and rice protein with melamine causing 17,000 sick pets and about 4,000 dead pets.  Sewage water was used in tofu manufacturing in China.

2008: A fatal incident involving melamine contamination of baby milk powder caused six deaths and several thousands of sick infants. 

2008: Tested ginger revealed harmful levels of aldicarb sulfoxide, a pesticide not approved in the United States and China.

2010: The Chinese government found 20,000 pounds of toxic vegetables with excessive pesticide residue in Guangxi Zhuang region.

2011: A factory in Dongguan used fake cooking oil to fry noodles in the production of instant noodles. 

2011: Chinese officials confiscated more than 100 tons of “gutter oil,” recycled cooking oil, often scooped up from sewage drains and gutters behind cooking establishments.

2014: Rice in Hunan province contained heavy metals with excessive levels of cadmium, which is toxic for human consumption.

2016: Chinese government uncovered 500,000 domestic food-safety violations.

2017: Guangzhou factory owners were arrested for fabricating cooking oil made from rotting pig carcasses.

These Foods will Increase Your Risk of Cancer:

Some healthy eating experts will tell you the following.

1. Processed meats: hot dogs, salami, sausage, ham, corned beef, and beef jerky

2. Fried foods: potato chips and French fries.

3. Overcooked foods or burned food from grilling, barbecuing, or frying.

It is better to poach, bake, or roast at lower temperatures.

4. Dairy (milk, cheese, or yogurt) from cows fed with antibiotics or growth hormones.

5. Sugar and refined carbohydrates: sugar-sweetened beverages, sweets, cakes, white bread, white rice, and sugary cereals.

6. Alcohol

There are many types of Cancer:

People are overwhelmed with all kinds of cancer.

Bladder Cancer

Breast Cancer

Colon and Rectal Cancer

Endometrial Cancer

Kidney Cancer

Leukemia

Liver Cancer

Lung Cancer

Melanoma

Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

Pancreatic Cancer

Prostate Cancer

Thyroid Cancer

In general, if you maintain a proper diet and lifestyle, you will minimize these types of serious diseases such as cancer.

There are so many natural healing foods that people have been eating for centuries:

Sardines, unripe-bananas (Green bananas), honey, kimchi, horseradish, kale, ginger, green tea, apples, extra virgin olive oil, pumpkin seeds, and oysters.

Why Read Ahbonbon’s books?

However, there is a catch, although the above items may sound healthy, they could be harmful for being tainted with heavy metals, pesticides, and other toxic chemicals. These are the reason why you need to read:

China! Death Food

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