Is Red Food Dye #40 driving your child crazy?

Banned in several European countries

Red dyes are in processed foods and candy, children’s medication, soaps, and even toothpaste.

Parents have found that outbursts and symptoms of ADHD are related to their children’s ingestion of food dyes, and especially of red food dye. The most common red dye is #40, which has been banned in several European countries.

FOX news story featuring Dr. Todd Nelson discussing the potential hazards of Red Dye #40 affecting children’s ADHD behavior.

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