Why is it Safe to Eat Preserved Food

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<ul><li><p>Why It Is Safe </p><p>to Eat Preserved </p><p>Food </p><p>My Food Storage </p><p>4000 E Highway 6 Spanish Fork, UT 84660 </p><p>Phone: 1 888 407-0833 </p></li><li><p>When people see preserved food, they usually retreat and look for </p><p>healthier options. They think that preserved food have many additives </p><p>that are harmful for the health. Its not the case for preserved food </p><p>today. </p><p>Non-Harmful Process </p><p>The freeze-drying process does not </p><p>involve harmful processes or </p><p>ingredients. Food undergoes two drying </p><p>phases the first from freezing the </p><p>food, and the second from removing </p><p>water and ice using a vacuum pump. </p><p>People do not have to worry about </p><p>catching any harmful materials </p><p>because there is nothing to begin with. </p><p>Companies use modern food preservation </p><p>technique called freeze-drying to extend </p><p>the lifespan of food without needing </p><p>harmful additives. Freeze-dried food has </p><p>properties that make it even better to </p><p>eat preserved food. </p></li><li><p>A lightweight </p><p>Freeze dried food are </p><p>considerably lighter, weighing </p><p>only 20% of their original forms. </p><p>Theyre easy to carry when doing </p><p>challenging activities such as </p><p>camping, mountaineering and </p><p>backpacking. Astronauts and the </p><p>military also use freeze-dried </p><p>food during long assignments. </p><p>Same content </p><p>The nutrients of freeze dried fruits are almost, if not the same as their </p><p>fresh state. Researcher Gary Stoner Ph.D. said that freeze-dried fruits </p><p>have significant amounts of vitamins and other nutrients compared to </p><p>isolated versions like extracts. Freeze dried food retains the nutrients </p><p>of their original form, so people still get their calories and vitamins. </p><p>Weapon against cancer </p><p>Eating freeze-dried food may also build the bodys resistance against </p><p>cancer. The American Institute for Cancer Research notes that, even in </p><p>their freeze-dried state, berries contain antioxidant phytochemicals </p><p>that work against cancers of the colon and esophagus. </p></li><li><p>They last longer </p><p>As preserved food, they last longer than other food out there. Freeze-</p><p>dried varieties last for an average of 10 years or more if stored </p><p>properly. Manufacturers seal them in airtight bags to extend their shelf </p><p>life. </p><p>The freeze-drying process makes it possible for people to eat their food </p><p>without worrying about harmful additives or short lifespan. Its benefits </p><p>assure people that it is safe to eat preserved food today. </p><p>RESOURCES: </p><p>https://www.myfoodstorage.com </p><p>http://www.livestrong.com/article/509074-advantages-disadvantages-of-freeze-</p><p>dried-food/ </p><p>http://preventcancer.aicr.org/site/News2?page=NewsArticle&amp;id=9917&amp;news_iv_ctrl</p><p>=0&amp;abbr=pr_ </p><p>https://www.myfoodstorage.com/http://www.livestrong.com/article/509074-advantages-disadvantages-of-freeze-dried-food/http://www.livestrong.com/article/509074-advantages-disadvantages-of-freeze-dried-food/http://preventcancer.aicr.org/site/News2?page=NewsArticle&amp;id=9917&amp;news_iv_ctrl=0&amp;abbr=pr_http://preventcancer.aicr.org/site/News2?page=NewsArticle&amp;id=9917&amp;news_iv_ctrl=0&amp;abbr=pr_</p></li><li><p>s </p><p>RESOURCES: </p></li></ul>

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