One of the many additives in highly processed veggie burgers has recently led to a lawsuit filed against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for permitting the additive to be included in the fake burgers sans proper safety testing.
Both prescription (Rx) and over-the-counter (OTC) medications frequently contain the same unwanted additives (including preservatives, antimicrobials, dyes) that consumers are intentionally avoiding in their food. These additives are commonly listed as “inactive” on the drug label, but new scientific studies demonstrate that several additives are not inert and may be potentially harmful.
For over two decades I have been alerting clients, readers and seminar attendees that many if not most prescription and … More
In some parts of the industrialized world (like Australia) synthetic food dyes that have been linked in scientific studies to … More
It is good to see that the mainstream media is now calling out potentially problematic food additives. The reason? They … More
You have probably read or heard about the toxins lurking in your cosmetics and beauty products, but have you actually … More
Since as early as the 1800’s Big Food has socially engineered the perceptions and expectations of U.S. consumers. When it … More
Given recent food industry news releases, it appears that Tyson is hoping to increase their profit margins by positioning their … More
Those consumers who have followed our blog for the past decade or have read our book based on an exhaustive … More
Consumers are sending a loud message to the processed food industry: Dump the synthetic food dyes and replace them with … More