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Food colorings found related to hyperactivity

April 12, 2008

This will not be news to any parents or teachers.  Seems a UK study of 300 children found that certain food colorings had “significantly adverse” effects on behavior and attention span. 

No, really?  But the food-coloring industry has been denying that for years!

  1. April 13, 2008 at 13:32 | #1

    Not to be out done by food coloring, we recently found out that preservatives can negatively impact hyperactivity, and in some kids even more so than un-refined sugar.

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