Thursday, July 25, 2013

Azodicarbonamide

Azodicarbonamide bleaches flour, plastic, and induces asthma as an added bonus. 

You can find it in breads, frozen dinners, boxed pasta mixes, and packaged baked goods.
It is used to bleach both flour and foamed plastic (yoga mats and the soles of sneakers), azodicarbonamide has been known to induce asthma.

It is banned in Australia, the U.K., and most European countries.

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