Does Your Bread Share a Chemical with Plastic?

Bread - Azodicarbonamide
Many nations around the globe consider Azodicarbonamide too dangerous of a chemical to be used in the creation of foods and properly have caused it to be illegal to do this. Since Azodicarbonamide is used to make yoga mats, plastics, and synthetic leather, it makes sense to keep this dangerously toxic chemical out of the mouths of people everywhere. Everywhere, that is, except for the United States.

Unfortunately, the United States Of America, using the blessing of the US Food And Drug Administration, has considered Azodicarbonamide to be perfectly fine to add to the bread that so many of us consume every day.

Azodicarbonamide is usually discovered in the bread of numerous fast food chains including McDonalds and Subway to identify just a couple of businesses, even though the latter has declared they will now be eliminating this from their bread. Do we truly need to use a hazardous substance in bread only to reinforce the dough? A chemical that the World Health Organization has warned us might be dangerous if it is inhaled? Is this chemical in the bread you eat?