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Anaconda, Bad, and Dogs: HEINZ KETCHUP WAS BANNED FOR NOT HAVING ENOUGH TOMATOES TO BE CALLED KETCHUP FBWIG.@HOLISTICALIL RIN2 57 TOM HEINZ KETCHUP Follow ➑️ @holisticali This ketchup based product has been put on hot dogs, eggs, burgers, chicken – you name it! But did you know that one of the biggest names in the ketchup game doesn’t even have enough tomatoes to be classified as ketchup in some countries? Heinz Ketchup is actually banned from calling itself ketchup in Israel for that very reason! On top of the utter lack of tomatoes, here’s five reasons you should avoid this name brand altogether: 1. There’s a proverbial crap-ton of high fructose corn syrup, an ingredient that has many links to obesity, heart attacks and cancer. 2. For every 100 grams of ketchup in a Heinz bottle, there’s 23.6 grams of sugar. That’s a lot of sugar for a condiment made of tomatoes… 3. According to a lawsuit filed in 2014, Heinz doesn’t use distilled vinegar in their ketchup, rather a modified form of corn. 4. You know how you’ve heard that excessive sodium is bad for you? Well Heinz Ketchup has a lot, as in 190 milligrams per tablespoon. 5. In addition to the insane amount of corn in a tomato based product, the corn they use has a high probability of being genetically modified. That means any non-GMO people out there already have their reason to stay away! SOURCE: http:-www.naturalnews.com-052898_Heinz_ketchup_labeling.html HolisticAli Heinz Ketchup Catsup IG πŸ‘‰πŸ½ @realrawtruth FACEBOOK-YOUTUBE-SNAPCHAT πŸ‘‰πŸ½ @holisticali SUBSCRIBE TO NEW YOUTUBE LINK IN BIO
Anaconda, Bad, and Dogs: HEINZ KETCHUP WAS
 BANNED FOR NOT HAVING
 ENOUGH TOMATOES
 TO BE CALLED KETCHUP
 FBWIG.@HOLISTICALIL
 RIN2
 57
 TOM
 HEINZ
 KETCHUP
Follow ➑️ @holisticali This ketchup based product has been put on hot dogs, eggs, burgers, chicken – you name it! But did you know that one of the biggest names in the ketchup game doesn’t even have enough tomatoes to be classified as ketchup in some countries? Heinz Ketchup is actually banned from calling itself ketchup in Israel for that very reason! On top of the utter lack of tomatoes, here’s five reasons you should avoid this name brand altogether: 1. There’s a proverbial crap-ton of high fructose corn syrup, an ingredient that has many links to obesity, heart attacks and cancer. 2. For every 100 grams of ketchup in a Heinz bottle, there’s 23.6 grams of sugar. That’s a lot of sugar for a condiment made of tomatoes… 3. According to a lawsuit filed in 2014, Heinz doesn’t use distilled vinegar in their ketchup, rather a modified form of corn. 4. You know how you’ve heard that excessive sodium is bad for you? Well Heinz Ketchup has a lot, as in 190 milligrams per tablespoon. 5. In addition to the insane amount of corn in a tomato based product, the corn they use has a high probability of being genetically modified. That means any non-GMO people out there already have their reason to stay away! SOURCE: http:-www.naturalnews.com-052898_Heinz_ketchup_labeling.html HolisticAli Heinz Ketchup Catsup IG πŸ‘‰πŸ½ @realrawtruth FACEBOOK-YOUTUBE-SNAPCHAT πŸ‘‰πŸ½ @holisticali SUBSCRIBE TO NEW YOUTUBE LINK IN BIO

Follow ➑️ @holisticali This ketchup based product has been put on hot dogs, eggs, burgers, chicken – you name it! But did you know that one ...