PHOSPHATES ARE A HEALTH HAZARD
Phosphates are a health hazard – Siliphos and/or Shawarma
Drinking and / or eating phosphates carries a high risk of death.
In the modern and contemporary world, phosphorus consumption is steadily increasing, mainly due to the increasing use of phosphorus as a food
additive in almost all industrial and less industrialized foods.
Hence, the consumption of phosphorus in our body, through various sources in the daily diet is very high, due to the unimaginable amounts of
phosphates in food, which has been increasing in recent years, especially in developed countries, and mainly due to the high amount of phosphate (phosphorus) supplements in processed and modern foods.
The high daily phosphate intake represents a significant health threat, and we have seen that high phosphate concentrations are associated with a
higher incidence of cardiovascular disease in both the patient population and healthy individuals.
As well as the direct association with the increase in mortality rates in both populations with high phosphate concentrations, and in particular,
increased mortality was found in cardiac and vascular patients.
Furthermore, a long-term phosphate diet affects bone structure and speeds up the aging process.
One of the unclear and existing sources of phosphorus in the daily diet today comes from the addition of various tartar therapists who use phosphate
to drinking water.
The UK’s most drastic anti-phosphate move was to close tens of thousands of phosphorus-marketed Shawarma restaurants, choose whether
to eat or not, the Siliphos phosphorous in drinking water we drink without choice, or not drink stews cooked from these waters, And worst of all the shower with tens of liters of phosphorus rich in breath and pores all over the body.
Following a dramatic decision by the UK with the intention of immediately closing any fast food store and especially the shawarma stores,
here is the message as provided by the Union countries.
In an attempt to reduce the extent of heart disease in the Union countries, the import and use of phosphates will soon be banned – used, among other things, to preserve the taste of the Shawarma meat.
Siliphos is a mineral that binds to water in scale and prevents it from sinking into the pipeline.
Cyanide is also a mineral, which means that the mineral is not a health guarantee especially that production processes are chemical
Which has been associated with tartar. Tartar is mostly composed of calcium, magnesium and iron, so if the silipus is linked to magnesium,
we risk our family with a 50% chance of having a heart attack according to a Health Ministry survey and Maccabi health insurance,
why don’t you mention it?
In water and driven only, perhaps, the Siliphos partially prevents the sinking of the tartar in the pipeline, a statement that could cost the state a lot of money as it is a cause of class action because the Siliphos does not prevent tartar, it only partially reduces tartar, which such a promise expects results.
Its subsidence in the pipeline, adjusting the Siliphos to contact with drinking water is being tested as part of the Standards Institution Test
Testing and testing methods should be open to the public, if the Standards Institute checks for continuous flow and does not simulate a situation like
in a normal home when people sleep at night and there is no water flow, getting up in the morning and drinking, as required by the Australian / New Zealand standard, the test is incorrect.
Therefore, the system vendor must be careful and require a product certificate from the Standards Institution
I guess we already realized that the Standards Institute Certificate does not guarantee that water is not harmful to health
And make sure that the product meets the standard requirements, there is a picture of the product on the test certificate (in short, the Standards Institute wants to make suppliers stock certificates that cost suppliers money and thus sew a “cash register”
Consumption of phosphates through drinking water has been ignored and neglected in the exposure assessment, despite the fact that the use of polyphosphate in drinking water for the treatment of tartar is quite common, however, it may be mistaken for chemical treatment of tartar to be necessary for health.
Chemically treated water concentrations are mainly used to secure the drinking water infrastructure to prevent the formation of tartar in heat exchangers, hot water boilers, teapots, taps and pipes, and when the drinking water is quite hard, the treatment is also
used to remove tartar which is a nuisance to the user. The main reason for treating tartar in drinking water is technical only! And so, the
health effects of such treatment are underestimated and even the authorities, including the health ministries and standards institutes, are ignored.
Imagine that in one cup of (miracle) coffee you make from tap water in your home, you drink in addition to water, at least one teaspoon of chemicals containing: phosphorus, cyanide, arsenic, lead, silicate, chlorine, etc.
The English shut down tens of thousands of shawarma stores in their country due to the use of phosphorus.
It turns out that European drinking water legislation and regulations do not limit phosphate levels. In fact, phosphates are not mentioned at
all in these laws. However, the provision states that where “the preparation or distribution of water intended for human consumption may involve the
use of certain substances or substances, rules are required to determine their use to prevent harmful effects on human health.
The World Health Organization guidelines for drinking water quality indicate the use of phosphates as corrosion inhibitors in drinking water treatment, but have not defined their use. On the other hand, the European standard SIST EN 1212: 2005 says: “Chemicals used for water treatment intended for human consumption – polyphosphate” and defined as one of the chemicals that can be used to treat drinking water in case of corrosion and tartar inhibition, suggesting that the treatment dose
Since the dietary intake is high in phosphorus and dramatically exceeds the recommended values, all management paths in placement programs in
Israel and around the world must be reconsidered and urged to minimize phosphorus consumption.
In developed countries such as England, have lowered the shawarma for fear of being silicate rich.
Caution: Phosphate contains cadmium
Cadmium does not stop in the battery, paint and plastics industry, and in recent years large quantities of fertilizers used in the snack industry and
other food products have been discovered, because cadmium exists in phosphates (phosphorous) – substances used in the food industry. When they
are added to the food, they react to the metals present in a tiny amount, thus tightly bonding them and preventing the food from breaking down.
They are also used to bind water to food so that it does not break down and break down, helping to extend the shelf life of processed foods, especially those that have added water, such as processed meat products.
Phosphates are also found in industrial salads, which are also processed with water.