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Meridian Health Protocol

by Alisa Princy (2020-02-26)

Microwave in glass. Meridian Health Protocol Review Pop-your frozen entree onto a glass plate or dish before microwaving. The thin plastic containers used for frozen foods have already been through several degradations when formed, then loaded with hot prepared food, and then frozen. The degradation of plastics caused by extreme heat and cold have been linked to cancer. If you must heat your food in them occasionally, do so, but NEVER reuse them over and over. The same advice goes for your plastic water bottle. Never freeze it! Avoid aspartame and other sugar substitutes. Otherwise known as nutrasweet, aspartame was pronounced "safe" by the FDA only after political manipulation by the system in 1981. Although the government declared it safe for 20 years, they have now quietly downgraded it to "probably not safe" after several lawsuits were filed against the makers of popular vitamins, sodas, yogurts, and gums. Long-term studies show a direct correlation between its use and lung cancer in women, the primary users of sugar substitutes. Think the newest sugar substitute is any better? Splenda, otherwise known as sucralose, is a molecule of sugar chemically bonded to chlorine. Yes, the same chemical that's in your bleach and has been linked to breast cancer. Canada is considering banning chlorine bleach because of cancer studies there. What's more interesting is that sugar substitutes don't even help you lose weight. There is substantial evidence showing that it alters a person's ability to perceive sweetness and this is detrimental to determining your satisfaction level. The same studies show a rise in the use of sugar by people using sugar substitutes and positive weight loss when the substitutes are taken out of the diet. Can the sodas. Sodas either offer you lots of high-fructose corn syrup (leading contributor to diabetes) or artificial sweeteners (their use correlates to higher cancer rates).