Food labels are filled with lots of multisyllabic words that border on being impossible to pronounce, chemicals that sound like they could kill you just by touching them, and much, much worse. Read on, unless you've eaten recently.
Why on earth would companies spend time and money artificially dying our salmon pink?
Here's an enlightening list of lies fed to us by the food industry, starting with how they managed to mess with our honey, soy sauce, and spices.
Turns out the triggers of attraction are so subtle and random that you really might have a whole lot of game and just not know it.
The stuff that's pawned off as quality olive oil is often just a tiny amount of the real thing, mixed with up to 80 percent of ordinary, less than healthy, cheap as muck sunflower oil.
Fast food chains and even fancy chefs use meat glue to stick small chunks of animal protein together. So where does meat glue come from? The answer involves bacteria and cow blood.
Food industry giants are pumping our chicken full of artificial "flavor enhancers" to hide the fact that the meat is stringy and malnourished.