EWG’ Attack on Chardonnay “Additive”

image5“EWG’s Dirty Dozen Guide to Food Additives Nonsense,” By Angela Logomasini.
If you like Chardonnay that’s full-bodied and creamy, you might set that enjoyment aside after reading the Environmental Working Group’s (EWG) latest “dirty dozen list.” But by all means, don’t do it! EWG’s list of allegedly bad-for-you food “additives” are perfectly safe to enjoy! And they have benefits, such as the buttery flavor in my favorite Chardonnay from a chemical called diacetyl! If you want to be healthy, enjoy these foods in moderation as part of a balanced diet and ignore EWG’s silly advice. It’s pretty clear that EWG engaged in some deceptive and foolhardy “research” to come up with this list. These chemicals all appear in negligible, trace amounts that are of no public health significance. EWG targets many of these chemicals because they are rodent carcinogens: i.e., they give lab animals cancer when dosed massive amounts. But so do naturally occurring chemicals found in broccoli, carrots and peas. Remember it is the dose that makes the poison! Read more.

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