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The labels also include any allergens found in flavorings, colorings or other additives.
Sensitivity to food additives.
Instead of foods that are colored with artificial additives, look for foods that are naturally colorful.
In developed countries, thyroid disease from iodine deficiency has been nearly eliminated by iodine additives in salt and food.
Examples of phosphorus food additives include: Calcium phos phate Disodium phos phate Phos phoric acid Monopotassium phos phate Sodium acid pyro phos phate Sodium tripoly phos phate Fast foods, conve...
These foods are typically high in salt and additives that contain sodium.
It's banned as a food additive in Europe but not in the U.S.
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