- Canola oil
- Soybean oil
- Hydrogenated soybean oil
- Natural beef flavor
- Hydrolyzed wheat
- Hydrolyzed milk
- Tertiary butylhydroquione (TBHQ)
DimethylpolysiloxaneI don't even know how to pronounce that. And if you think it sounds a bit silly, you're right, because it's actually a major ingredient in Silly Putty. https://youtu.be/QdIxeFrxblk But silly as that is, it can be dangerous because it often contains formaldehyde, which is known to be toxic; the National Toxicology Program lists it as carcinogenic to humans.
TBHQTBHQ is a type of phenol. Simply put, it's what keeps McDonald's fries from going bad. Ever. https://youtu.be/8uHxRwQqWFo What's it also found in? Bio-diesel! Healthline reports the chemical was found in lab studies done on animals to cause liver enlargement, neurotoxic effects, convulsions and paralysis. TBHQ was also placed on the black list of the Feingold diet, a diet dedicated to managing attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder. In other words, health experts recommend that those with ADHD stay away from TBHQ.
Hydrogenated Soybean OilIt might be the only thing out of this devilish trinity that sounds even remotely natural but believe me, it's anything but. Also known as trans fat, health experts refer to HSO as "the worst kind of fat, far worse than saturated fat." Dr. Mercola lists the following as risks associated with hydrogenated soybean oil:
- Bone degeneration
- Heart disease
- Decreased immune system function
- Reproductive problems