The Most Dangerous Food Consumed By Millions Of People and Kids

Margarine is made from vegetable oils, that’s true and probably this is the reason why you chose it as a substitute for butter. But is it really an effective and healthy replacement for the body or just gives that impression? Do you really know what you eat and what goes into your body?

Margarine, besides many other foods, was named “plastic on bread”. True, it contains monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. Margarine also contains free radicals, which affect the body and makes it poisonous, making digestion very difficult.

Margarine also contains synthetic vitamins, unlike butter, which has antioxidants and vitamin A. And synthetic vitamins can not compare to natural vitamins, that’s clear.

Butter has a natural color, while the color of margarine is chemically obtained by multiple treatments and by the addition of preservatives. As you’ve probably noticed, butter has a lower shelf life, while margarine can stay in shelves for up to two years. What this means? That margarine contains colorants and emulsifying agents that make it last longer

Before some studies were conducted, margarine wasn’t considered to be toxic to the body. In the margarine was added chemicals that our body digest very hard, being genetically modified: corn, palm, soy, cotton, peanut oils.

Meanwhile, margarine producers have removed the trans acids from the composition, margarine is not obtained by hydrogenation but by inter-esterification, the fatty acids being reorganized. Margarine affects the heart, nutritionists remain alarmed about this food.

Artificial acids such as margarine are more harmful than natural ones. Margarine is a synthetic food unlike butter, which, although it’s hypercaloric and is much better tolerated by the body.