Food Additives Guide provides about 300 INS codes (International Numbering System) and answers on Food Additives you find in your breakfast, in wine, beer, soft drinks, lollies, in dairy Products, processed foods, cosmetics, and more…
Food Additives Guide gives you the prescribed name of the additives, their function, what they are used in, and ratings such as “considered hazardous“, “best avoided“, “exercise caution“, “considered safe“, “safe for most people“,…
Food Additives Guide lists the food additives that may harm your health. The more processed a food, the more additives can be found. University studies conclusively indicate that many food additives are far from safe. Regular consumption of highly processed food may be associated with increases in diseases such as cancer, diabetes, obesity, depression and asthma.
In Australia and New Zealand about 300 food additives are permitted and commonly used. More than 50 are widely considered hazardous and detrimental to health. An average person consumes about 5kg of additives per year. Food additives have to appear on labels by function and code number. It makes sense to be well informed of food additives safely and to avoid the additives which are most notorious.
Use this Food Additives Guide to check labels when shopping and reject products that contain contentious additives.
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