Over the years we have published a number of studies linking the food additive titanium dioxide to a number of serious health consequences. Now a consumer has filed a lawsuit against Mars, Inc. arguing their candy “Skittles” are unfit to eat because they contain a known toxin (yes…titanium dioxide) that the company had pledged six years ago to phase out.
A new bill would require the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to study and reassess chemicals used in food.
In May 2021 the European Food Safety Association (EFSA) announced that food dye additive “titanium dioxide” (aka the “white” nanoparticle food coloring *) is no longer considered safe when used as a food additive.
The commonly used food additive titanium dioxide–a nanoparticle (E171)–has once again been linked with serious health outcomes in yet another scientific study. Like the studies before it, the current study found that the food additive titanium dioxide holds the potential to do some real harm to the colon and gut microbiota, and to disrupt liver functioning.
More scientific findings linking food additive and nanoparticle Titanium Dioxide (used as a whitening agent in processed foods and medications) with serious adverse health reactions. As earlier studies have demonstrated, the current study links food additive Titanium Dioxide with triggering a host of serious inflammatory bowel diseases and even colorectal cancer.
For over two decades I have been alerting clients, readers and seminar attendees that many if not most prescription and … More
For decades scientific researchers have been examining the adverse health consequences of individual chemical additives common in highly processed foods. … More
More disturbing findings about the commonly used food additive “titanium dioxide” have just been released. A recent scientific study found … More
In some parts of the industrialized world (like Australia) synthetic food dyes that have been linked in scientific studies to … More
This latest scientific study adds to a growing list of research we have reported on linking titanium dioxide–a commonly used … More