If you believe that some certain foods are chemical free, you might be wrong since no food is chemical free, claimed in a new research.
Regardless what the companies dealing in detox products assert, in fact, chemicals are found in everything we intake. However, all may not be useless.
A video created by a Toronto-based web portal ASAP Science shows how bananas, giving an example, contain more chemicals as compare to some sweets and explains that it is the dosage of chemical, rather than the chemical itself, that often creates issues.
In the video, the experts explain the who thing while many advise against eating food containing chemicals that are difficult to pronounce, yet a single blueberry comes with chemicals like methyl butyrate and oleic acid benzaldehyde, along with many others.
In some cases, nutritional diet bears more chemicals as compared to that of processed sweets. In an instance, a banana is shown having up to 50 chemicals from riboflavin to histidine.
“Everything around us is made up of chemicals from the water you drink to the air you breathe, which is why it is frustrating when companies consistently tout their foods as chemical-free,” scientists said.
“Seriously, we can break down any food to look like a confusing long list of foreign ingredients,” scientists added.