Food Coloring Chemicals – What Are They? Are they something I can eat and still be healthy? Food dyes really ARE ingredients to become aware of to protect our health.
Why Do Artificial colors/food dyes matter? They are made from petroleum chemicals. Gasoline, tar, asphalt, diesel fuel all have a common connection with these food additives. Even though there ARE natural ways to make food coloring (beets, onions, plants), it is cheaper for food manufacturers to use synthetic, petroleum based additives.
That is a BIG pile of stuff to worry about!
How to lose weight naturally? I’ve got you. After slimming down from size 16 to size 2 simply applying some simple awareness and habit adjustments, I started a slimdown program and taught hundreds of women (and some men) how to slimdown naturally.
Memory and Gut Health have an interesting relationship….one that may surprise you. It’s easy to imagine the brain as the Master Communication Center – the headquarters that sends out the emails and communiques with all the directions for the rest of the body.
Gut health is a huge key to immunity and overall health. You may be saying, “I have this little tummy ache all the time. But I am healthy, beyond that.” I’m willing to say that IF you have that little tummy ache all the time, your immunity and overall health is sending up an emergency signal.
Tetrachloroethylene health hazards can risk our respiratory health, as well as kidney, liver, reproductive, developmental health. This Chemical of Concern is considered a potential occupational carcinogen (meaning it can cause cancer). This synthetic and manufactured chemical is nonflammable, colorless liquid.