It is not just U.S. consumers concerned about additives in their food. Consumers in China list concerns over excessive, and even illegal, additives in their food as a top concern in that country.
The results of a new study have revealed that people who eat the highest amounts of ultra-processed foods have an increased risk of dementia.
Banned in some countries, and linked with serious health reactions, here in the U.S. synthetic coal tar food dyes are legal and commonplace–with no consumer warning labels.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has finally decided to take another look at the safety of allowing food manufacturers to inject BPA (bisphenol-A) into consumers food containers. The chemical leaches from the containers like cans and plastic bottles into our food. That much scientists have known for a very long time. And BPA is an endocrine disruptor linked with myriad of very serious health outcomes–that too we have known for a long time. Additionally, it takes very little BPA inside food containers to raise the risk of serious health problems.
A new study has found that eating ultra-processed foods can increase the likelihood of a subsequent, more likely fatal heart attack–or stroke–in individuals who have already suffered an initial heart attack.
New scientific research results indicate that eating a diet of highly processed foods may be harmful to memory–especially as we age.
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