Are your takeouts safe to eat ?
Quoting from the words that satisfaction does not come from the outside, but from the inside, do you know what happens inside you after you eat some high-nitrate fruit and vegetables ?
Along with the quality enhancement of life, people tend to choose food that is green and organic. Takeouts provide a convenient means of relishing food without hanging around, seeking and comparing restaurants one by one. Delivery boys will knock on your doors with a warm smile, presenting the palatable food in front of you, which occurs just a couple of minutes after your simply choosing operation on the mobile apps. Then you happily start to eat, disregarding or forgetting considering the healthy level of the takeout, which is probably because you believe in your diet booking apps, or you just want to be comfortable and do not like to make a fuss about. But, actually, no one can give a hundred percent guaranty that the takeout is healthy enough to enjoy. We don’t know about the source of sustenance, we don’t know about the cuisine, what we know is what we see and what it tastes, which is far from good. If the cooker uses high-nitrate fruit and vegetables as the ingredients, or if the ingredients are not fresh for having been stored for a relatively long time, it will be detrimental to our body and undetectable to our tongue.
As we all know that all of fruit and vegetables contain nitrates, attributing to nitrogenous fertilizers. Nitrates change into nitrites by oxidation reduction reflections, being able to catalyzed by both the external bacteria and the internal REDOX enzyme. The longer the food is stored, the more bacteria it’ll have. In other word, more fertilizers or longer storage, more nitrites. Researches have revealed that more nitrites leads to more nitrosamines through our endocrine system, which greatly contributes to getting a cancer.
In order to stay healthy, we need to control the nitrate ADI (acceptable daily intake), which means we need to know exactly the nitrate concentration of the food we eat every day. A small, high-tech portable nitrate tester has been invented to solve this problem, which is called Greentest, having the ability of showing the nitrate concentration of 56 kinds of fruit and vegetables on the screen within just 3 seconds. It helps to determine whether to eat more or less, it helps to recall safe and health back to life. Click to come and have a look.