Top 10 Most Dangerous Food Additives You Should AVOID
Blue #1 and Blue #2
Now back to food colorings: these two synthetic dyes are used in a wide range of color combinations to make foods more appealing – and it works.
I mean, who doesn’t like that purple ice cream on the supermarket shelves?
Unfortunately, though, both of these dyes have been linked to caner in animal studies. The Center for Science in the Public Interest has even gone so far as to issue a warning against them, which is a pretty big deal.
Luckily for us, both additives can be easily avoided; for example, if you’ve been consuming those rainbow-colored cereals for breakfast until now, just replace them with a simple, healthier alternative. It might not be as amazingly looking, but it’s definitely healthier and that’s what matters most!
Found in: almost every packaged blue, green and purple food like cereals, candy icing, ice-cream or beverages