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Is That Cheese You're Eating?

Actually, conventional cheese is only made with 10% cheese, and once vegetable oil is added to it, by law, it is not allowed to be called cheese, (example, http://www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Details/?id=275566531, http://www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Details/?id=259481447).

Watch this video to find out what really goes into that conventional piece of goo you call cheese:


Now break down those ingredients to see what may possibly be causing your acne. Not much in the way of hormones, as you'd think from eating real cheese, and such other nasties associated with cheese. But more, the vegetable oil, I'd say. That's a lot of vegetable oil. Greasy fried foods, the same thing - cooked vegetable oil. We all know the molecular structure of oil changes once it is heated. Coconut oil has a high-smoke point, which basically means it can be cooked to much higher temperatures before its molecular structure becomes unstable.

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