List: Yoga Mat Material Found in Nearly 500 Foods

February 28, 2014 at 5:19 PM Leave a comment

Yoga Mats via Wikimedia commons

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You probably heard that azodicarbonamide, the industrial chemical foaming agent used to make yoga mats (and other things), was found in bread served at Subway a few weeks ago.  Un.  Believable.  Where in the hell is the Food and Drug Administration?  (Yeah, I know.  In bed with food and drug makers.)

Anyway, I guess it’s the wild, wild, west around here and it’s up to each one of us to protect ourselves against this insanity so thanks to Rodale News for publishing a list of the 500 foods that contain that ingredient.

Here it is.  Check it out.  It’s very well organized and easy to use.   In a word or two, don’t eat prepared pastries or flour products (like pizza crust).

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