10 Canned Foods You Should Avoid at All Costs

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Old El Paso Traditional Refried Beans

Beans are very good for your heart until you add hydrogenated lard to them. It’s high in saturated fats and even potentially contaminated with artery-clogging trans fats, so try keeping them away from your grocery list.

Even better, try replacing them with the vegetarian version from Amy’s that is heart-friendly, as it has 250 fewer milligrams of sodium. The nutritional value for Amy’s Vegetarian Organic Refried Beans for half a cup (130g) is 140 calories, 3 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 190 mg sodium, 22 g carbs (6 g fiber, 1 gram sugar), 7 grams of protein. Not so bad!

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19 Responses

  1. I just read some very upsetting ingredients that are in some people’s food.I will read those death sentence,s on the food labels.Thanks for the update.

  2. Thank God it was only ,3 items I enjoy on the list. Good bye Homel hearty corn beef hash,Bold Manwich and Bush Baked Beans.🤦🤦🤦🤦🤦

  3. It seems to only in the US. My sister lives abroad. Even brands we love are different there.

  4. Luckily, I do not use any of the listed foods. I do like Spam Classic and use corned beef, but make my own hash, by adding fresh diced potatoes and onions with some seasonings. I read the nutrition labels each time I shop. Avoiding sucrolouse, aspartame, high fructose corn syrup, etc… Shopping smart and healthy for my wife and myself is a full time job!

  5. Thanks for the info! I don’t use any of those products but it makes me sad to think that the manufacturers are able to use such horrible ingredients and get away with it. Don’t use fluoride toothpaste or get vaccines either, both will harm you.

    1. Vaccines have saved lives for years , with few exceptions. Did we learn nothing from all the lives lost with Covid … It is now the 5th leading cause of death . Please protect yourself and the Children and all by trusting the Science and talk to your Doctor ! Most of us were Vaccinated as children from Measles, Mumps, Chicken Pox , whooping Cough, Polio, etc., thanks to our parents trusting. Take care and all the Best …

  6. I do my own canning, vegs, I make my own corn beef hash and freeze that because my husband likes it better that way.

  7. The USA needs to go to Europe and study their foods. It’s illegal to put preservatives in food!
    Very few are obese and diabetes is rare!!
    Your articles are superb. I love what your doing

  8. Thankfully….I don’t use any of those products. But I will be checking the labels more carefully on products I do buy. Gave up most forms of meat over 30 years ago, so I don’t purchase canned meats, even for our emergency food preparations. Dog loves canned chicken though…washed first to reduce the sodium.

  9. It’s a shame that somewhere along the way, BIG PHARMA took over our so called food supply & corrupted it to the point where it’s not even food anymore & we won’t even talk about so called fast foods which kill people slowly if not speedily. But the sad part is it’s really difficult to eat healthy if you have to shop at a local supermarket where most of the stuff is processed poison with ingredients/chemicals you can’t even pronounce. at ridiculous prices….

  10. Yeah but Old El Paso also makes Fat-free refried beans and Vegetarian refried beans with no lard.
    I just looks at the ones on my shelf and they are fine.

  11. Hash is great if you are climbing a high mountain and will be exposed to 0 degr temps and winds and need to burn 16,000 calories/day just to stay warm. Otherwise, it is a lot of calories

  12. Vaccines will save many many lives. I’m thankful for them. I am all caught up on flu and covid vaccinations at my physician’s recommendation.

  13. Thanks For The Important Information It Is Unconsciousable That The United States Government Doesn’t Care Enough About Their People To Ban All These Chemicals That Can Kill Our People..Thanks Again.🙏🙏🙏

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