According to one health food guru, the FDA has approved wood pulp to be in our foods.
Here are just come of the foods to be concerned about:
- Grated cheese
- Cereal and cereal bars
- Ground meat
- Chicken nuggets
- Frozen potato products
- Ice cream
- FAST FOOD
Wood pulp is also known as “cellulose.” The same thing that’s used to make clothes and paper. Except we don’t eat clothes or paper.
Ginger DeClue has hundreds of videos on Instagram about what the liberal government is allowing in our food.
In this video in particular, she goes into detail about wood pulp, and the most common foods where it can be found.
“Cellulose” is considered an organic material, but your body can’t utilize it and it is often STORED in your gut.Ginger DeClue
Companies have already been sued for using wood pulp in their food. One food company executive is even facing prison time. I guess that’s what happens when you put sawdust in people’s food.
Does sawdust-enhanced processed cheese affect the body differently than, say, wheat or beans? At a basic level, yes. “Whole wheat has other vitamins and other chemicals that are good for you,” says Hanson. “What happens is that [cellulose] just passes through your body. It doesn’t give you anything other than bulk. And it gives the company a higher profit.”Eater.com
Sawdust… that kinda sounds like what Biden’s head might be filled with. Guess he’s eating a diet high in cellulose.