Why I’m Avoiding Carrageenan: A Cardiologist Explains

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Many people are not often aware of the different types of additives that are found in foods that they are buying at the store. Some food additives are synthetic, but others are natural depending on the products that are being produced. A natural food additive found in a lot of products is carrageenan.

The use of carrageenan is not harmful as long as the compound has not been degraded. If foods contain a degraded form of this compound, then inflammation may be the result. This may be why people have an allergic reaction to certain foods like almond milk.

One thing that foods with degraded forms of carrageenan can do is raise blood sugar. This will not be a good thing for anyone who has diabetes or prediabetes. The best thing to do is avoid certain foods containing this compound. You may be surprised to know ice cream and even frozen pizza can contain this compound.

Information and facts about carrageenan is available on mindbodygreen.com here…

Why I’m Avoiding Carrageenan: A Cardiologist Explains


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