Your Daily Additives – Food Challenge

Food Challenge

The research I have done on food has come from the plethora of legal documents that are directly from the Food and Drug Administration. (The people that make sure your food is “safe”). I have individually studied and documented 300+ chemicals and that’s not even the tip of the iceberg for the chemicals that are allowed in food products. I’ve learned that 95% of the food the public eats that comes out of a box, bag, can, plastic container, glass, jug, jar or any other type of container is literal poison.   

For all those who may be interested. I am giving an open Food Challenge: Anyone who is receptive to knowledge and has concern about what they put in their bodies, send me your favorite food item that is “good for you” and I will attempt to enlighten you on the poison you’re eating without your knowing.

I am very confident in what I have done and it only seems right to share my findings. Understandably many other people have done the same, I am just another advocate trying to influence anyone to understand and comprehend that there is no such thing as good food that comes from the government. At least 95% of it. My Contact

John Parks
For two years I've thoroughly enjoyed researching the food additives "scientests" produce and put into all processed food. Also how the FDA classifies them as G.R.A.S. (Generally Recognized As Safe) With about 95% of the research I've done over the last two years the actual science, toxicity reports, manufacturing processes and pure technical aspect of it suggests otherwise.

When you see something that is "hazardous by definition", toxic, poisonous or corrosive and it's in the food you're eating, you would surely have to stop, think and ask, "That's going to go in me. Wait... It passes through the placental barrier? It decreases the testicular weight in mice? It's produced with volvano ash? It's processed with asbestos and krypton gas?"

Now, my main argument is this: If you know the food additive is toxic, corrosive or hazardous by definition, if it requires flammable or corrosive DOT stickers while transporting, if it has saftey precautions, spill procedures and you must wear suitable protective clothing while handling... Can you even assume it's safe to eat?

Irregardless of the exposure limits, the actual amount in food itself, how many regulations and standards there are or how low the toxicity may be... It is the general principle that the additives are still put in the foods you eat on a daily basis. I personally don't believe that when a tomato is dropped you have to evacuate the area and seal off the exits. Because that is exactly the procedure for some of the chemcial agents the FDA allowed in food.