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WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT FOOD COLOURING? HAVE YOU CHECKED YOUR LABELS?

The Colours We're "Dyeing" For

What do you know about food colouring? 

Have you checked your labels? 

Many mainstream processed foods contain these toxic chemicals! 

Why does society feel the need to see their food in unnatural states and colours?

It’s easy to avoid food dyes and caramel colouring

CHECK OUT YOUR LABELS! 

Make this a priority in you and your children’s lives.

Buy organic and take out the guesswork! 

The Dangerous Impact of Food Colouring

Americans are now eating 5 times more food dye than in 1955 

Many parents have observed their child’s behaviour improve drastically when taken off food dyes, especially

Red #40

Because of this widespread anecdotal evidence, the editors at Special Education Degree decided to do an investigative report on the negative effects of food dye’s in human beings.

The HIDDEN DANGER of food colouring dyes:

💙Blue #1 Brilliant Blue

Known Dangers:

Caused kidney tumors in mice
May induce an allergic reaction in individuals with pre-existing asthma

Commonly found in: baked goods, beverages, candies, cereal

 

🔵Blue #2 Indigo Carmine

Known Dangers:

Causes significant occurrence of tumors, particularly brain gliomas, in male rats

Commonly found in: beverages, candies, dog food

 

🔴Citrus Red #2

Known Dangers:

Toxic to rats and mice at modest levels
Bladder and other tumors found in mice
Labeled “possibly carcinogenic to humans”by the IARC

Commonly found in: skin of Florida oranges

 

Green #3 Fast Green

Known Dangers:

As a food dye it is prohibited in the EU and some other countries
Caused significant increases in bladder tumors in male rats

Commonly found in: beverages, candies, ice cream, cosmetics

 

🛑Red #40 Allura Red

Known Dangers:

Accelerates the appearance of immune system tumors in mice
Suspected trigger of hyperactivity in children
Causes allergy-like reactions in some people

Commonly found in: beverages, candies, cereal, cosmetics

 

Red #3 Erythrosine

Known Dangers:

Suspected trigger of hyperactivity in children
Thyroid carcinogen in animals
Issued a partial ban by the FDA in 1990

Commonly found in: baked goods, candies, sausage, maraschino cherries

 

Yellow #5 Tartrazine

Known Dangers:

Can cause allergy-like reactions
May cause mild to severe hypersensitiviy reactions

Commonly found in: baked goods, candies, cereal, beverages

 

Yellow #6 Sunset Yellow

Known Dangers:

May cause hyperactivity in some children
Causes adrenal tumors in animals

Commonly found in: baked goods, sausage, cereal, cosmetics