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Why You Should Stay Away from Foods That Have Been “Upcycled”

    Why You Should Stay Away from Foods That Have Been Upcycled

    Why consumers should avoid buying upcycled foods because these foods are neither nutritious nor safe, and they ultimately hide a more deceptive plan for the food supply around the world.

    In this day and age of increasing food shortages all over the world and disruptions in supply chains, the concept of “upcycled food” is gaining popularity.

    Generation Z and Millennials, who spend significant amounts of time on social media platforms that are dominated by constant messaging from brainwashing bots and astroturfed advertisements, are proven to be the most receptive to the concept of upcycling.

    Foods that have been upcycled are unhealthy.

    The fact that upcycled foods lack any sort of nutritional value is the primary drawback associated with consuming them.

    When a consumer chooses to eat a processed meal instead of one that is freshly cooked, the consumer will ALWAYS be making a significant nutritional sacrifice.

    If you are a Millennial who enjoys making smoothies every morning before going to work, for instance, what exactly are you giving up if you choose for an upcycled version rather than the traditional one?

    The processing eliminates any nutritional value.

    To begin, the preservation of all of the smoothie’s enzymes and probiotics is ensured when it is made from fresh fruits and vegetables and is made at home.

    The meal has recently been prepared, and is therefore ACTIVE.

    Upcycled smoothies, on the other hand, are subjected to processing. This indicates that the juices obtained from plants and foods are sterilized using either heat or pressure before to packaging.

    In a nutshell, the manufacturing process itself eliminates the majority of the product’s nutritional value. This accounts for at least half of the vitamin C and all of the enzymes and probiotics, in addition to other nutrients that are sensitive to heat and pressure.

    Therefore, despite the fact that it is more convenient, an upcycled smoothie is in no way comparable to a smoothie that has been newly created. Not even close!

    Residues and Additives Derived from Chemicals

    A further issue with recycled foods is the unavoidable presence of additives in each and every product.

    On the nutrition label for the reBlend smoothies, citric acid is listed as an ingredient. Due to the fact that the product is not organic or non-GMO certified, it is almost clear that it is also derived from GMO maize.

    Citric acid that is produced using GMO maize almost certainly contains MSG residues, which can set off an allergic reaction and also cause headaches and stomach problems.

    Because GMO crops are heavily sprayed with Roundup, there is a good chance that some of the herbicide is still there.

    Does your homemade smoothie have any of these unfavorable ingredients in it? Heck no!

    The truth is that even when time is of the essence, homemade smoothies beat over repurposed smoothies every time.

    On your way to work, stop at a health food store or a smoothie bar and pick up a freshly made smoothie if you value convenience above all else.

    An Initial Step Towards a Synthetic Food Supply

    The most significant drawback associated with “upcycling” is that it is a term that is beneficial to the environment, but it also psyops the general population into slow acceptance of the ultimate goal of the global elite, which is to one day have an all synthetic food system.

    The “end of meat” scenario, in which conventional animal husbandry is replaced with lab-grown meat and genetically modified organisms (GMOs), is the defining characteristic of this kind of food system. This scenario calls for the eradication of farms.

    The horrors of consuming food manufactured with bioengineered proteins derived from plastic and even food derived from human waste are also included in this category.

    If you think anything like this could never happen, I would like to direct your attention to the fact that the decomposition of human remains for the purpose of fertilizing food crops is now legal in the state of Washington.

    Therefore, despite the fact that there are some valid and ethical uses for upcycled items, such as agricultural compost generated solely from food scraps, it is essential to be aware that upcycled foods have almost no place in the human diet in terms of health and nutrition.

    This idea was conceived by powerful billionaires and multi-national businesses with the goal of monopolizing the food supply around the globe in order to satiate their insatiable appetite for power, money, and control.

    This is not a trend that is in the best interest of the health of consumers or the earth as a whole.