october 8.pdf - Processed foods Common ingredients derived from gMO risk crops Starch High fructose corn syrup Corn soybean canola oil Sugar Processed

october 8.pdf - Processed foods Common ingredients derived...

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Processed foods - Common ingredients derived from gMO risk crops - Starch - High fructose corn syrup - Corn, soybean, canola oil - Sugar - Processed foods no longer resemble their original shape - Corn - High fructose corn syrup (HFCS), glucose and dextrose, starch, corn oil, beverage alcohol, industrial alcohol, fuel ethanol - Half the corn we make in the world is used for feeding animals - Also cereal, corn flour, corn grits, corn meal, and brewers grits for beer production - Essential most are processed food additives - Potatoes, squash, apples, papaya - Changing the organisms of your food - Enhance - enhance the colors: color additives such as salmon - Augment: augment the flavors: adding hydrolyzed protein - Extend: extend the shelf lives: preservatives - Improve: improve the texture: trans fats - Reduce: reduce the calories: removing fats - GRAS - generally recognized as safe - Compounds which are added to foods to preserve or add flavor/color to them - Old techniques include: smoking, salting, drying, freezing and sugaring -
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