Processed and packaged foods contain 100’s of different food additives which all serve the purpose of increasing shelf life, making food look better, feel better and taste better too. Unfortunately a number of these additives have adverse side effects which affect certain people more than others. These side effects can cause symptoms in different areas of the body mainly including the skin, lungs, gut and nervous system.
SIDE EFFECTS INCLUDE SYMPTOMS LIKE…
Asthma, eczema, skin rashes, itching, stomach aches, diarrhoea, headaches, migraines, irritability, poor focus, low mood, restlessness, anxiety and sleep problems.
These neurotoxic food additives are grouped mainly into nitrates, sulphites, propionates, flavour enhancers, food colourings, benzoates, sorbates, artificial sweeteners and synthetic antioxidants. These ingredients are listed up different names on ingredient lists. The food additive guide contains a summary of the most common terms used for each type of food additive.
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