It only means you have room for forgiveness when time and circumstances keep you from better choices and room for grace when occasionally you want to indulge.
You must be willing to forgive yourself in order to move forward. Focus more on what you do right, what you want to do, and the health you want to achieve instead of what you may have done wrong.
You can create your own mantra, jingle, or anchored state of feeling positive by throwing out your arms, lifting your head, and feeling what it’s like to own the space you’re currently in.
Now watch and enjoy this song about food additives. Then read on to learn the 8 worst food additives.
The Eight Most Damaging Ingredients to Watch for on Food Labels
By Dr. Mercola
Processed foods are loaded with preservatives, artificial colors, and artificial flavorings, which is one of the reasons that I recommend avoiding them. Once you become a label reader, you’ll realize just how ubiquitous they are.
The best way to avoid toxic chemical additives is to consume only fresh whole foods. But practically speaking, this can be difficult for many people to accomplish, at least 100 percent of the time. Chances are that, despite your best efforts, you’ll have a processed food or two somewhere in your diet.
Therefore, it’s good to know which of the thousands of chemical additives are the most dangerous and should be avoided at all cost when you spot them on a food label.
An article recently posted on One Green Planet1 highlights eight particularly pernicious ingredients that you and your kids are probably eating. There seems to be good consensus about the worst of the worst, as seven of those were also dubbed the “Scary Seven”2 by Andrea Donsky of Naturally Savvy.
If you notice any of these on a food label, put it right back on the shelf! While I agree with all of One Green Planet’s choices, here I’ve selected my own “worst of the worst” ingredients found in processed foods.
1. Artificial Sweeteners
Studies have shown that tasting something sweet enhances your appetite, regardless of calories, and consuming artificial sweeteners has been shown to result in even greater weight gain than consuming sugar.
Aspartame appears to have the most pronounced effect, but the same applies for other artificial sweeteners, such as acesulfame potassium, sucralose, and saccharin. Unfortunately, weight gain is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the health hazards of artificial sweeteners.
Artificial sweeteners raise your risk of diabetes…
Proceed to See the Video Interview on Transfats & the Complete List of the 8 Nastiest Food Additives…
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