It prevents separation in foods containing milk or chocolate, and improves the texture of not only foods, but also cosmetics and toothpastes, room deodorizers and pesticides. It can be found in cottage cheese, ice cream, puddings, infant formulas, dietetic beverages and low-fat meats and yogurts. Not sure what this dangerous additive is? Watch this video now to find out. Click the Red More Button in your email or the image below if you are on our website.
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