‘Tis the season for fun summer foods, but do you REALLY need all that food coloring in your cakes, frosting, candy and other treats? Red, white and blue for the 4th of July, summer ice pops, Jell-O and more, are all full of artificial colorings. Artificial food coloring has been linked to a range of illnesses, including cancer, and has been shown to trigger severe behavioral episodes in some children with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder).
The Dangers of Artificial Coloring in Food is designed with busy parents in mind, to tell you what you need to know about the danger that could be lurking in the foods you are feeding your family.
Download it today to learn where artificial colorings come from (yes, that red IS made from crushed up insects!), why they can be dangerous, and what natural alternatives you can use if you really want to make your food more decorative and still stay safe.