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www.foodnetwork.com/healthyeats/healthy-tips/2010/06/artificial-colors-are...

Sure, artificial food coloring makes food look more appealing, but they also contain plenty of chemicals. Are they safe? Learn more about what these food additives are made of and where to find ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Food_coloring

Food coloring, or color additive, is any dye, pigment or substance that imparts color when it is added to food or drink. They come in many forms consisting of liquids, powders, gels, and pastes. Food coloring is used both in commercial food production and in domestic cooking.

www.webmd.com/add-adhd/childhood-adhd/food-dye-adhd

WebMD explores the relationship between food dye and ADHD symptoms. Find out about food coloring and hyperactivity, how diet influences ADHD symptoms, and what steps to take if you suspect an ...

www.naturalnews.com/032512_artificial_colors_food.html

"And, if that really is the case, then food coloring should be removed." Consumers can avoid synthetic food colorings by checking labels in grocery stores or by shopping at chains like Whole Foods Market and Trader Joe's, which refuse to sell foods with artificial coloring. Sources for this article include

www.healthline.com/nutrition/food-dyes

Artificial food dyes are responsible for the bright colors of candy, sports drinks and baked goods. They're even used in certain brands of pickles, smoked salmon and salad dressing, as well as ...

www.livestrong.com/article/457555-the-side-effects-of-artificial-colors

Artificial food coloring makes your foods more appealing and desirable. While the safety of these dyes has been called into question, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration maintains that the artificial food coloring currently permitted for use meet strict safety requirements. Consumer advocacy ...

www.special-education-degree.net/food-dyes

Food Dyes and Children In 2009, Great Britain asked its food companies to stop using artificial dyes in food.They worried about the link between artificial dyes and hyperactivity and cancer. Today, companies like Kellogg's and Kraft Foods no longer use artificial dyes in their UK products. Dyes Red #40 and Yellow #5 have come under fire.

www.verywellfamily.com/food-coloring-and-food-dyes-2633933

The idea that artificial food coloring could be a problem for children was popularized in the 1970s by Dr. Ben Feingold and his Feingold Diet. This diet eliminated a number of items from a child's diet, including artificial food coloring, artificial flavoring, aspartame (an artificial sweetener), and artificial preservatives.

www.acs.org/.../chemmatters/past-issues/2015-2016/october-2015/food-colorings.html

Natural Food Coloring. To avoid so much processed food, some have advocated using natural food coloring, whenever possible. Natural dyes have been used for centuries to color food. Some of the most common ones are carotenoids, chlorophyll, anthocyanin, and turmeric. Carotenoids have a deep red, yellow, or orange color. Probably the most common ...

www.forbes.com/.../08/27/living-in-color-the-potential-dangers-of-artificial-dyes

In 1906, the Pure Food and Drugs Act (a.k.a. the “Wiley Act”) instituted the first restrictions on color additives in the United States. In general terms, the law banned artificial colors that ...