With gahmen insistent on increasing our population, possible shortage of food supply in future, and our gahmen looking and relying more on products from china (you kno how they make and grow stuffs), i am starting this thread is help people undeerstand more about what they are eating, what the foods are made of composition and how they are processed. Welcome ore inputs from people here so that everyone can discuss, review and be more aware of what thye put in their stomachs, and why no matter how people stay healthy, many people are still suffering from dieseases and health problems, if not now but later in age.
I start off with one artificial coloring used in dried noodles and other food or beverages.
Coloring tartrazine or FD&C yellow #5
Chemical composition charracteristics details: http://web.grcc.edu/Pr/msds/physicalscience/2005/Food%20Color%20Yellow%205.pdf
we know certain preservatives are destroyed when heated up to certain temperature, but this FD&C yellow#5 colouring, where does it go if our body cannot digest and process it?
Thanks for starting this topic.
Something not directly about food but on small unlicensed chopstick productions in china. its utencils you use to put food to your bellies so also please take note.
go china better becareful.
Last time my japanese big boss you see he join us for gathering eat buffet during festive seasons gathering he bring his own chopsticks.
Here are some comments and findins from a third party's point of view after living in china and study their foods for a while.
Ban Chinese food and medicine imports
In 2010, I spent six months in China living amongst poor Chinese. It is that raw experience that fuelled my interest in Chinese products intended for human consumption. It also gave me, through firsthand experience with Chinese Authorities, an insight into their attitudes toward the Chinese and world populations, generally.
I describe the Chinese Government position this way:
When you accept and adapt to that way of thinking you will be able to deal with Chinese authorities but, perhaps, never fully understand them. I have a great love and admiration for ordinary Chinese and wish them a better life.
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