Food Additives Make Children Behave Badly

irritability, temper outbursts, oppositional defiant, restlessness and difficulty sleeping are main effects on the behavior of food additives. But parents rarely realize that food chemicals may be associated with many other effects that include discussion with the brothers, making silly noises, speech delay, anxiety, depression or difficulty concentrating. children free of additives are generally calmer, happier and more cooperative.

it has been scientifically proven that additives used in many foods and beverages s children can cause disruptive behavior and tantrums. It has been found that young children are more likely to lose his temper, lack of concentration, and interrupt others when they drink fruit juice containing preservatives and dyes. These additives must be removed from all food and drink s children, since they can be very dangerous.

Many parents do not understand that additives and sugar are the main cause of behavior problems. Moreover, reactions largely depend on the dose, ie, children eat more additives, the increased risk of behavioral problems.

additives we have to look out for?

artificial colorings

122 Azorubine, 123 amaranth, 124 red Ponceau, 127 erythrosine, 128 Red 2G, 129 Allura Red 132 indigo, 133 bright blue, 142 green S, 151 bright, 155 black chocolate brown natural color, annatto 160b, 102 tartrazine, quinoline yellow 104, yellow 2G 107, 110 sunset yellow;

These artificial colors typically found in sweets, takeaways, beverages, cereals, yogurt, and many processed foods.


621 GMS 627, 631, 635 Disodium inosinate , disodium guanylate, ribonucleotide (flavor enhancers in flavored cookies, snacks, takeaways, noodles instant soups)

synthetic antioxidants (in snacks, crackers, vegetable oil, margarine, fried foods)

249-252 nitrates , nitrites (in processed meats like ham)

sulfites 220-228 (in fruit drinks, cold meats, nuts and many others)

propionates 280-283 (in baked goods, breads, buns)

200-203 sorbates (in fruit products, sauces, cakes, margarine)

210-213 benzoates (juices, soft drinks, liqueurs, syrups, drugs)


1. potassium bromate (used to increase the volume in rolls, bread, white flour)
2. Sulfur dioxide ( E220) (found in juices, nuts, wine, vinegar, beer soda)
3. BHA and BHT (E320) (found in gum , cereals, chips, candy, jellies, frozen sausages)
4. sodium nitrate / sodium nitrite (found in cured meats, corned beef , smoked fish, luncheon meat, ham, bacon, hot dogs and other processed meat)
5. sodium sulfite (E221) (found in the wine and nuts)
6. food colors: yellow # 6 (E110) and yellow tartrazine (E102) (found in lemonade, sweets, carbonated drinks, macaroni and cheese, American cheese), red No. 3 dye (also red # 40 – latest dye) (E124) (found in bakery products, ice cream, candy, cake mix of cherries, fruit cocktail ), blue # 1 and # 2 blue (E133) (found in sports drinks, pet food, soft drinks, cereals, candy)
7. Trans fats (found in baked goods, fast foods, chips, cookies, margarine)
8. MSG (MSG / E621) (found in meat lunch, frozen foods, snacks, chips, cookies, condiments, Chinese food)
9. corn Syrup (found in salad dressings, canned vegetables, cereals, bread, sweets, flavored yogurts, processed foods)
10. artificial / aspartame sweeteners (found in desserts, sugarless gum, drink mixes , baked goods, cereals, Coca-Cola Light, Coca-Cola zero, table top sweetener, pudding, ice tea, toothpaste, gelatin)


1. Eat Local Grown
2. Eat wild (wild-caught salmon, beef, pork, lamb, veal, goat, elk, deer, yak, ducks, rabbits , turkeys)
3. Local Harvest (there are about 2 million farms in the US, 80 percent of which are small farms. Its products are sold through food cooperatives, U-picks, farm stands, Farmers` markets, CSA programs)

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