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www.wakingtimes.com/2016/07/12/hidden-these-foods-have-tbhq

Well, many chemicals used in food processing don’t seem to make it into print on package labels! One is the synthetic preservative and antioxidant tert-butylhydroquionone (tBHQ) added to cooking oils, nuts, crackers, breads, waffles, fast and frozen foods. TBHQ is a form of butane gas that’s used in welding or portable gas stoves!

www.riseearth.com/2016/07/these-popular-foods-have-tbhq...

One is the synthetic preservative and antioxidant tert-butylhydroquionone (tBHQ) added to cooking oils, nuts, crackers, breads, waffles, fast and frozen foods. TBHQ is a form of butane gas that’s used in welding or portable gas stoves! According to FDA regulations, 0.02 percent of the total oils in a food can be tBHQ.

miami-water.com/.../list-of-tbhq-products-petroleum-foods-are-toxic

TBHQ is commonly sprayed onto fast food cartons. You can also find TBHQ in many of the great value foods that Walmart carries. The food and drug administration says it is OK for TBHQ to contain no more than .02 % of the oil in a food. Of course the F.D.A. has the American peoples health interest as #1 priority. (sarcasm) TOXIC EFFECTS OF TBHQ

www.bestfoodfacts.org/tbhq-what-is-it-and-is-it-dangerous

Oxidation causes food to lose flavor quality, color and can even cause foods to become toxic. In addition, oxidation causes vitamins to break down, causing food to lose some of its nutritional value. TBHQ, which stands for tertiary butylhydroquinone, is commonly used in foods such as crackers, microwave popcorn, butter and chicken nuggets. Dr.

www.livestrong.com/article/439290-what-is-a-tbhq-preservative

Although TBHQ might be safe in small doses, that doesn't mean it's healthy for you. And since it's used to preserve processed foods that are naturally oily or fatty, avoiding these foods would certainly be a healthy choice. When considering your health, do a bit of research before deciding that the popular account is the correct one.

www.dogfoodadvisor.com/red-flag-ingredients/tbhq-dangeorus...

TBHQ is an acronym for the word tertiary butylhydroquinone… a fat preservative added to a dog food to increase its shelf life.. But that’s not all. TBHQ is also used to stabilize certain explosive compounds… and to make varnishes, lacquers and resins 1.. Here’s the problem…

www.opposingviews.com/health/heres-why-you-should-stop...

The Consumer's Dictionary of Food Additives reported that 1 gram of TBHQ can cause a number of adverse effects, including nausea, vomiting, ringing in the ears, delirium and a sense of suffocation. Prolonged exposure to TBHQ can cause biochemical changes and affect liver and reproductive function.

raisingnaturalkids.com/this-just-in-i-am-officially-that...

Thanks for this article. I am 21 years old and I have a 4 year old. After finding so many findings on the TBHQ being used in so many different products and fast food restaurants like mcdonalds, Wendy’s, KFC, etc and other snack products I was astounded.

www.healthline.com/health/food-nutrition/potential-tbhq...

TBHQ is an additive to preserve processed foods. It acts as an antioxidant, but unlike most, this antioxidant has a controversial reputation.

www.slashgear.com/this-popular-food-preservative-could...

A popular food preservative used with foods like potato chips may reduce the effectiveness of the flu vaccine, according to new research. The compound isn’t always listed on a product’s ...