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.”
They may taste good, and appear somewhat harmless, but if you value your health, step away from these chemical-laced, high-sugar foods.
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