FDA weighs food dye, hyperactivity link – CNN.com

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(Health.com) — Jell-O, Hawaiian Punch, Pop-Tarts, Skittles, and other brightly colored foods designed to appeal to children aren’t exactly health food. But do they make kids hyperactive?

via FDA weighs food dye, hyperactivity link – CNN.com.

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6 thoughts on “FDA weighs food dye, hyperactivity link – CNN.com

  1. In other words, they go against the grain of the careers their parents had.

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  2. The most common ones include wine glasses, corkscrews, wine totes,
    coolers, wine stoppers, wine bottle holders, corkboards etc.
    The popularity of wine is a great idea as wine is fermented and
    naturally contains yeast, this would trigger an asthma attack.
    The temperature under control. Wine racks: There are also a great idea as wine is being carried.

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