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Food Dyes May Cause Hyperactivity in Some Children - Mercola


May 22, 2014 ... A study reveals that a lot of children could be consuming far more food dyes ... For instance, Red # 40, which is the most widely used dye, may ...

Does Red Food Dye Cause ADHD or Hyperactivity? - Children's MD


Sep 3, 2013 ... Many parents say they have cured their kids from ADHD by removing artificial colors from their diet, especially Red Dye #40. Since 2010 the ...

Is Red Dye 40 Toxic? - Healthline


Apr 2, 2015 ... Red Dye 40, is an ingredient you'll find on many food and product labels. Also known as Allura Red, it's the most common artificial food coloring ...

Allura Red AC - Wikipedia


Allura Red AC is a red azo dye that goes by several names including Allura Red, Food Red 17, C.I. 16035, and FD&C Red 40. It is used as a food dye and has ...

Is Red 40 Food Coloring Dangerous to Your Health? - Livestrong.com


Apr 13, 2015 ... Red food coloring is the most commonly used dye in the U.S., according to Center for Science in the Public Interest. It is approved by the Food ...

Cochineal: Food Coloring Made from Bugs : snopes.com


Are the red food colorants cochineal and carmine made from ground bugs? ... milkshakes comes from a tropical beetle ground up for its red coloring. ... Another red dye used in foods, FD&C Red Dye #40 (alternatively known as Red #40), ... ingredients, an explanation that did little to endear the coffee giant to vegans.

Cochineal - Wikipedia


The cochineal is a scale insect in the suborder Sternorrhyncha, from which the natural dye ... Carminic acid, typically 17-24% of dried insects' weight, can be extracted ... tribute of 2000 deco...

The Truth About Red Food Dye Made from Bugs - Live Science


Apr 27, 2012 ... Starbucks will stop using a red food dye made from bugs, ... if it doesn't come from a bug, it may come from something worse. ... 40, which carry far greater health risks, are derived from either coal or petroleum byproducts.