10 Foods Made In China That Are Filled With Plastic, Pesticides And Cancer Causing ChemicalsI

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Few days ago I ended up reading an article about some fake rice made in China. It may sound unbelievable, but this rice is actually produced out of plastic.1

Eating this plastic rice is very dangerous and harmful for you. Consuming only small amount of plastic is very dangerous for your digestive system and hormones. The BPA is chemical included in plastic that acts like copy of the estrogen, which eventually results with dangerous level of estrogen in your body. By eating plastic rice you increase the chances of death by breast cancer or any other type of cancer.

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There are many other strange things produced in China that keep surprising us. When you think about it, not only is the food being shipped from this country (imagine what could happen during that time and possible exposure or contamination) but beyond that look at what some Chinese manufacturers are doing with their food products. They are faking it, making it extremely cheap. We already know that they have innovative methods for producing cheap technology products, toys and other products, but using those methods in producing food? That is simply unacceptable and dangerous for every human being.

  1. Tilapia Fish

Tilapia is a fish farmed in China. It is unhealthy fish because it is toxic. It feeds with everything that can find. It is so bad choice for buying that even the Chinese farmers don’t let their children to eat the sea food they produce. This fact is convincing enough for everybody. You should also know that 80% of the Tilapia fish around the world is produced in China.

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