Food coloring is sneaky. Unless you’re eating whole foods 24/7, it’s likely that you’re downing some dye here and there. “Not only have food dyes been linked to hyperactivity, artificial food coloring is also a red flag that a food may be nutritionally lacking," says Zuckerbrot. "Far better are natural additives, like beetroot powder or paprika, which are used to enhance the color of food.”
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