Highly processed junk food linked with lower test scores: A new study has found that children who reported higher consumption of snack foods and sugar-sweetened beverages scored lower on standardized academic tests.
The results of a new scientific study has researchers now warning of a potential link between highly processed junk food and the spike in food allergies.
We have posted a number of studies conducted across the globe over the years linking food additives in junk food … More
Here at CFL we are always looking for the positive efforts Big Food is making for reducing chemicals of concern … More
So this is distressing, though hardly surprising: according to a new consumer and environmental group report the majority of fast … More
Are the chemical additives in highly processed “junk” food addictive? A new study has examined the issue and concludes that … More
Change is slow going in the Big Food industry and we take progress where we can. That is why we … More
While this finding is certainly not news to CFL clients and other consumers who must avoid certain food additives that … More
There is another important study just out from researchers at George Washington University and the University of California Berkeley and … More
Did we need another reason to avoid putting fast food additives into our bodies? If dumping phthalates and a host … More