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Quick Guide to Buying Easter Eggs and Bunnies

[ 0 ] March 28, 2013 |
Quick Guide to Buying Easter Eggs and Bunnies

They put artificial colors into American food year-round. But it is on holidays when the population, children in particular, consume extraordinary high amounts of artificial food dyes from all possible sources: sodas, candies, cookies, pies, cakes, etc. This Easter season is no exception: Easter Bad Surprise Lollipops, Would Jesus enjoy eating the food dyes? Be ready for […]

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Blue Energy drink with unknown amount of caffeine

[ 1 ] March 25, 2013 |
Blue Energy drink with unknown amount of caffeine

Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant drug and it is the primary ingredient in energy drinks. Unlike many other psychoactive drugs, caffeine is legal and unregulated in almost all countries of the world. However concerns over the safety of energy drinks consumed mostly by young people between the ages 13 and 35 years old, […]

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Mountain Dew Code Red: Another chemical composition exposed

[ 13 ] March 21, 2013 |
Mountain Dew Code Red: Another chemical composition exposed

Why Do We Like Being Fooled? If you are a soda drinker there is a good chance that you have been fooled by the beverage industry many times. What has become typical for the American soft drink practices is to put pictures of beautiful fruits accompanying by the word “natural” so that your first intuitive […]

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Brisk adds three more chemicals to reduce calories

[ 3 ] March 17, 2013 |
Brisk adds three more chemicals to reduce calories

Artificial colors, child’s health and regulations There were four unwilling food additives found in the Brisk Iced tea when I have reviewed it a while ago. Combinations of artificial color Red 40 (Allura Red AC) and sodium (or potassium) benzoate are very common for soft drinks in America. Studies published by UK researchers in September […]

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Dye Diet Calculator: A great addition to calorie counters

[ 2 ] March 13, 2013 |
Dye Diet Calculator: A great addition to calorie counters

Calorie calculation did always seem as a crazy disturbance to me: Instead of enjoying your food and life you are busy with counting every your gulp and bite. There have been myriads calorie counters established for the last 50 years when everyone’s diet was bound to universal 2000 calories a day standard. Some count caloric […]

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Mac and Cheese: Petitions to remove dangerous food additives on the rise

[ 2 ] March 9, 2013 |
Mac and Cheese: Petitions to remove dangerous food additives on the rise

The power of public petitioning The fact that American consumers are less protected from chemical food hazards than their European peers has been around for a while. Indeed, why millions of children, pregnant women and adults in America are doomed to ingest potentially health-damaging chemicals for decades when European Union requires mandatory warning labels which drove […]

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Dye Diet Calculator: Demining the Walmart bakery

[ 4 ] March 7, 2013 |
Dye Diet Calculator: Demining the Walmart bakery

Walking on a minefield Yes, you can buy cakes from Walmart bakery department. Moreover, you can even survive for a while eating them! But please, do not complain when one day you feel low energy or you have got diabetes, low testosterone, high blood pressure, erectile dysfunction, infertility, depression, ADHD, brain damage or cancer. That […]

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Mountain Dew Kickstart: Artificial dyes and other chemicals

[ 5 ] March 3, 2013 |
Mountain Dew Kickstart: Artificial dyes and other chemicals

I do not need kick start Let me put it forward right away: I am about 57 and I do not need morning kick start. I believe that no one who is on a healthy nutritious diet does. It was always surprising to me why energy drinks market is one of the fastest growing in […]

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Sierra Mist Soda: Chemically polluted water for ignorant public

[ 7 ] February 27, 2013 |
Sierra Mist Soda:  Chemically polluted water for ignorant public

Money-based, profit-driven economy is dead No, this crippled economy is NOT going to improve. Not because America is bankrupt and not because the government keeps borrowing $200 million per hour 24/7… This time the reason is not political and not even economical: It is FUNDAMENTAL. The whole concept of money-based profit-driven economy is DEAD. Why […]

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Funyuns Onion Rings: Food imitation from Frito-Lay

[ 5 ] February 23, 2013 |
Funyuns Onion Rings: Food imitation from Frito-Lay

As you may guess from its name, Funyuns Onion Flavored Rings are “fun food” snack offered by Frito-Lay, the division of PepsiCo. “Good food for the fun of it” says Frito-Lay’s trademark. Is it really “good food”? Hmm, let’s see… When I have spotted Funyuns my first association was with the real onion rings. Wrong! […]

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