These 17 Foods Are Banned By Other Countries, Yet Americans Are Still Eating Them

All 17 of these items found in food products are banned in other developed nations, but Americans keep eating them because they don't know the health risks.

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Credit: Mercola

Again with the entire European Union… Come on, America. Plus it’s arsenic-laced chicken. This is one of those times when Americans would really be opposed to this, but they aren’t educated on the issue.

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Credit: Mercola

You can avoid this harmful ingredient by first checking the ingredients list when buying bread. It’s not a necessary ingredient, and as you can see, dozens of nations have banned it themselves.

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Credit: Mercola

Weight gain and vitamin depletion is hardly what those who are buying fat-free snacks are looking for.

Credit: Mercola

Credit: Mercola

The risks associated with eating these preservatives in foods make a good case for why people should be eating more fresh food, which are healthier for humans anyway.

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