The Ketchup Heinz ban is FINALLY FALLING! Here are the 3 reasons for this withdrawal from the market in detail …

Ketchup Heinz brand may have been the one that rocked your childhood like all European families today, however, as tasty as it is, its ingredients are as toxic as indigestible …

Ketchup Heinz

In Israel, Ketchup Heinz was permanently banned not because the name sounds rather “German” but because this ketchup contains almost no tomatoes. Apart from this ban, all ketchups in industrial bottle are to be feared because of their very suspicious ingredients.

All industrial condiments are toxic, especially Ketchup!

Israeli research has looked at most processed and packaged foods, such as Heinz Ketchup, to conclude that they very often contain toxic and unhealthy substances. The worst thing about this is that little kids love industrially-made ketchups and mayonnaise, which is dangerous for their health.

Nowadays, people are beginning to realize the danger of all foods, condiments and other industrially produced products, because these processed foods are only promises of disease and cancer.

The next time you’re looking for Heinz ketchup in a supermarket, remember this article outlines the 3 good reasons to stop using Heinz ketchup

Ketchup Heinz – First reason:

Heinz Ketchup contains high or high fructose corn syrup, a potentially toxic substance that the human body does not tolerate.

High fructose glucose syrup can contribute to obesity because of the extra calories it adds to our diet. But like any other sugar, this syrup makes you gain weight if you consume it regularly. When we are obese, we are automatically at risk for cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

This high-fructose glucose syrup is a kind of fuel with which bacteria in our gut are fed. These bacteria are responsible for the production of gas and if you want to reduce it, do not take it anymore.

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