tbhq is a very bad thing its in alot of stuff if u eat alot of it u will get so sick!
Perservative is derived from the word perseverate meaning "repeat a response after the cessation of the original stimulus." Syed Noor
something that stops the food going off
TBHQ is the acronym used to describe tertiary butylhydroquinone, which is an antioxidant that comes from petroleum and is related to butane. It is often used as a preservative, applied either to the carton of fast food items or sprayed directly onto them, as well as in various other prepackaged food items.UsageToxicityTBHQ reduces oxidative deterioration in foods it is applied to, delaying the onset of rancidness. It is particularly effective in reducing the deterioration of fats and oils and aids in reducing nutritional loss over time and extending storage life. Side EffectsAs a food additive, the FDA allows TBHQ to make up no more than 0.02 percent of the total oils in a food. Consuming up to a gram of TBHQ can cause variable toxicity, and up to 5 grams can be fatal. For perspective, it would take 312.5 McDonald's chicken nuggets (if they contain a full 0.02% of TBHQ) to consume a single gram. CarcinogenesisConsuming high doses of TBHQ (between 1 and 4 grams, approximately) can lead to a variety of negative symptoms, including nausea, vomiting, tinnitus (ringing in the ears), delirium and collapse. But the sheer amount of food consumption necessary to be afflicted by TBHQ toxicity generally makes these symptoms extremely rare. TBHQ in ChildrenIn toxicity studies, long-term, high-dose TBHQ administration in lab animals showed a tendency for them to develop cancerous precursors in the stomach, as well as causing DNA damage. But unlike other antioxidant additives, it did not cause lung lesions in laboratory animals.There has been some anecdotal evidence that TBHQ can cause anxiety, restlessness, and aggravation of ADHD symptoms, although there have been no clinical studies that show any link between food additives and behavioral disorders in children.
Don't know what 'tbhq' is, but pure citric acid is definitely halal, because it is naturally occurring in fruit (juices). However it also comes as food add, eg. in meat, and it will not make that meat halal if it wasn't so already.
I haven't done research on the subject, but I would think both drying out food was an early perservative as well as the use of salt.
Paraffin wax is a chemical perservative, is widely used on fruits, vegetables, and cady to make them shiny and can bought in different places like on the internet.
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