Sodium stearoyl lactylate

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  • The Food Policy Of The Parent Handbook For The School District

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    I think most of us remember the annual school bake sale. Our mothers would whip up the most delicious cupcakes (using grandma’s secret recipe.) A fun time to enjoy tasty treats and maybe make a little money for the school while you were at it. Homemade goodies are just better than store-bought ones and I think everyone can agree. Food made with love just has that “something special” that makes you crave it even years after the sweet taste has long since faded away. Times were simpler then. I grew

  • Persuasive Essay : The Dangers Of Processed Food?

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    The Dangers of Processed Foods When was the last time you came across “Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate” (Figure. 2) growing out of the ground? Today's society offers new options for meals everyday. From fondue to fast food, there are new options everywhere you go. To clear up any curiosity, sodium stearoyl lactylate is a chemical added to Twinkies to make its processed ingredients more tolerable to the human body. Companies like Hostess and Kellogg’s are scientifically manipulating the human body, tricking

  • Persuasive Essay : The Dangers Of Processed Food

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    The Dangers of Processed Foods Have you ever seen “Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate” (Figure. 2) growing out of the ground? Today's society offers new options for meals every day. From fondue to fast food, there are new options everywhere you go. To clear up any curiosity, sodium stearoyl lactylate is a chemical added to Twinkies to make its processed ingredients more tolerable to the human body. Companies like Hostess and Kellogg’s are scientifically manipulating the human body, tricking them into being

  • The Importance Of Fast Food

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    If you’re on your lunch break and you’re hungry, what is the quickest and simplest thing to do? While some people choose to do meal preps, most people will commonly go get fast food. Although, fast food might be the simplest, quickest, and cheapest option, it most certainly will not be the best option for you. Unfortunately, what many people do not realize and need to be aware of is what they are actually putting into their bodies, and the harmful effects it can have on their health both physically

  • Mcdonald's, Burger King, And Taco Bell

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    day, starting off with breakfast, they have their famous McGriddle. According to the McDonald’s website, the bacon, egg, and cheese McGriddle is the full works containing 450 calories, 19g of protein, 21g of fat, 48g of carbohydrates, and 1240mg of sodium. This breakfast masterpiece contains griddle cakes, or pancakes that have enriched flour,

  • Food Additives

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    Katie Yang Ms. Molin Advanced English 10C 7 May 2010 The Secret Behind Food That People Eat The number of consumers has now risen to 200, 000, 000, subjected everyday to a bombardment of poisons in their food and drugs while lying at the mercy of “respectable corporations” (Fuller). While the chefs and sou chefs cooked their customers’ orders, they thought nothing of it. They served it to their customer and while that customer ate, one had an allergic reaction. The customer whose name was Jorma Takala

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