Do food dyes make kids hyperactive?

| March 30, 2011 | 0 Comments

kid holding candyAre you concerned about artificial food dyes? The Federal Government is investigating a potential link between artificial food colorings and behavioral changes in children. The FDA is meeting for the next two days to consider warning labels, risk factors and other concerns surrounding the 15 million pounds of synthetic food colorings added to the U.S. food supply every year. Do food dyes make kids hyperactive? The FDA to decide whether data links artificial coloring to the disorder. Read More: There is also a great article from the They pointed out the the Center for Science in the Public Interest’s main arguments, set out in a 2010 report, Food Dyes: A Rainbow of Risks. Read more:

I think its time to go shop at Whole Foods because they don’t sell foods that contain artificial colorings, artificial flavorings, artificial preservatives and hydrogenated oils.

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