Why You’ll Want To Think Twice Before Feeding Your Kids Nutella


Being one of the most popular spreads for your bread and toast, Nutella is actually probably one of the most poisonous products that you could buy for yourself or your family. To put things into perspective, Nutella has been found to contain these kinds of poisonous ingredients.

  • Vanillin – Vanillin is actually an artificial flavor in Nutella. It is used to trick your brain into thinking that you are actually tasting real vanilla flavoring. Vanillin is actually a neurotoxin that is able to kill your brain cells with the added effect that vanillin makes us addicted as it connects the receptors in our brains which release serotonin, our hormone of happiness.
  • Skim Milk – Nutella contains skim milk which is actually not real skim milk, In fact, it is pus filled milk of sick cows that are exposed to GMO’s that are considered to decrease the costs. Essentially, the milk found in Nutella is the most dangerous kind for bad cholesterol.
  • Sugar – Nutella contains the almighty addictive ingredient of sugar. To be more specific, it is derived from a GMO known as sugar beef which has been known to be inexpensive and filled to the brim with pesticides and other altered sugars that your body is unable to recognize.
  • Soy – Nutella has also been shown to contain soy. Soy is usually thought to be healthy among the people who decide not to be meat eaters. However, Nutella contains soy lecithin which is the opposite of healthy for humans. In fact, it is connected with thyroid depression, late menstruation, premature entry into puberty, uncontrolled weight gain, and even breast cancer.
All of these are perfectly valid reasons as to why you should not purchase Nutella anymore from your local grocery stores.
This post was republished from simpleorganiclife.org. You can find the original post here.
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