use preservatives in a sentence.
I think their real problem is preservatives.
I am curious to know - do they use preservatives or unnatural additives?
I don't eat organic vegetables due to a lack of preservatives.
You'd make a stronger counter argument if you provided evidence of your claim ("the less preservatives the food is stuffed with, the better it is for the consumer") rather than just saying people should trust you because you studied diets for 2 years.
Or are you saying some specific subset of preservatives can be bad for you ?
The concerning issue is the amount of artificial preservatives in fast food.
Specifically, I want you to support the assertion that preservatives used in modern, Western food are currently known to be potentially quite harmful in the usual amounts consumed.
Saying preservatives are bad is like saying fats are bad.
Yes some preservatives are bad for you, but equally well some are good for you.
Repeating urban myths about foods (like "preservatives are bad") are dangerous because "popular knowledge" is often decades behind scientific research and can cause people to adopt behaviours which are actually bad for their health.
Pre-made meals aren't intrinsically bad for you; it's the preservatives and other questionable ingredients (and quantity of) that the manufacturers may add that is detrimental to your health.
Avoiding vaccinations due to scientifically unsupported fears (and often blatantly wrong information, like that MMR ever had thimerosal) about mercury and other preservatives is like avoiding breathing to prevent pollution poisoning.