Chocolate is a weakness for many people with a sweet tooth. Fortunately, the natural form is rich in valuable substances for our bodies, such as: iron, magnesium and flavonoids. Unfortunately, the store shelves are groaning with products that are highly processed, which don’t have much in common with real chocolate. So what about the world’s most famous chocolate spread, Nutella?
The manufacturers of Nutella usually encourage us to purchase their product by showing a happy family having it for breakfast. Smiling children are given by their parents sandwiches with the spread, which is supposed to give them energy and keep them in good condition until dinner.
Nutella is known almost all over the world.
The form and content of the advertisements show Nutella as a product that belongs to a healthy food group, which can be served without limitation to children. That’s why it’s not worth making a shopping decision solely on the basis of the advertisement’s message. A responsible and informed consumer should read the label and personally check the ingredients of the food they buy.
What dangerous hide in Nutella?
Soy has already been for centuries a part of the diet of Asians, who relish this product. However, the soy that is used in the production of soy food is not a natural kind but artificially modified. Nutella has the kind of soy called soy lecithin emulsifier, which extends the spread’s expiration date. Consuming soy lecithin can lead to problems with the thyroid and maintaining normal body weight, but it also contributes to the growing sense of fatigue and depression, and increases the risk of breast cancer. Genetically modified soya is dangerous to health.