Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Warning Toxic Dyes In Vitamins Foods And More... Flintstone's on top of the list!

Check your vitamin for B12 Cyanocobalamin, it is a cheap, synthetic chemical made in the laboratory that is produced with cyanide. Low-end vitamin manufacturers use Cyanocobalamin to claim that their product contains vitamin B-12. They won’t tell you that this form of B-12 is bound to a toxic cyanide molecule that must then be detoxified from your body by your liver.
Cyanide, a known poison can causes a chemical change that keeps the oxygen from getting into your red blood cells. No matter how cyanide gets into your body, it works the same way. It can be inhaled, swallowed or absorbed through the skin or muscle. If you are exposed to small amounts of cyanide you will have the following symptoms, hair loss, restlessness and decreased ability to stay on task, : rapid breathing heartbeats, dizziness, weakness, headache, eye itching/burning, nausea/vomiting.
If you are exposed to a large amount of cyanide it can cause convulsions/seizures, very slow heartbeat, loss of consciousness, breathing cessation and death. Is this what you want in your vitamin given to your children too?
So why would companies use B12 Cyanocobalamin? because it is 100 times cheaper than Methylcabalamin. It’s all about the money and you the customer have the power to choose. You just need to be educated on Synthetic man-made TOXIC vitamin ingredients.
The powers that be have refused to take dangerous dyes out of your Vitamins, Food and
Cosmetics. Many of the Dyes are banned from use in other countries
Be sure to copy this link and email it to your family and friends: http://wp.me/p1Crrw-3L
What do Vitamins, strawberry Jell-O, orange Kool-Aid, raspberry soda, grape Popsicle’s, much candy and baked goods, most brands of ice cream, maraschino cherries, many snack foods, and most pet food have in common? They are laced with millions of pounds of cancer causing artificial coal-tar based Dyes with names such as Red 3, Blue 1, Blue 2, Green 3, Yellow 5, Yellow 6, and Red 40.
In December 1984, Public Citizen Health Research Group petitioned FDA to ban the use of ten widely used food, drug or cosmetic dyes. On January 22, 1985, we sued the government to remove these dyes, all of which have been shown to cause cancer, from the market. The FDA has never found none of these dyes safe for all uses but all have remained on the market pending resolution of their “provisionally listed” status.

 Children are eating TOXIC Dyes found in hundreds of foods including Vitamins. Take a closer look at the health dangers listed in the chart below:
Here are some of the risk and dangers when you take TOXIC Dyes used in – Vitamins, Beverages, Baked goods Candy Deserts, Pet Food  http://feingold.org/Research/dyesinfood.html
* Dyes ———-Toxic Findings
* Blue 1 —— Chromosomal Damage
* Blue 2 —— Brain Tumors
* Red 3 ——- Thyroid Tumors, Chromosomal damage
* Green 3 —- Bladder Tumors
* Yellow 5 — Allergies, Thyroid Tumors, Lymphocyte Lymphomas, Chromosomal damage
* Yellow 6 — Allergies, Kidney Tumors, Chromosomal damage
* Red 40 —— Lymphomas, Lymph Tumors
Here is a partial list of Vitamins with TOXIC Dyes targeting Pets, Elderly, Children & Women
* One A Day – Red #40
* One A day for Women  – Mixed Berry’s  – Blue #1 Yellow #5, Yellow #6 and Red #40
* One A Day Scooby Doo – Blue #2, Yellow #6 and Red #40
* F lintstones (Children’s Vitamin) – Blue #1, Blue #2, Yellow #6, Red #40 and Aspartame Toxic Sweetener
* Centrum & Centrum Silver – Yellow #6 and Red #40
* Geritol  – Blue #2, Yellow #6 and Red #40
* Prenatal from Natures Bounty – Blue #1, Yellow #6 and Red #40
* Tums – Blue #1, Yellow #5, Yellow #6 and Red #40
* Most Pet Foods – Blue 2, Yellow #5 and Red #40
Did you know that many consumeble products are using artificial BLUEBERRIES with the artificial TOXIC Dyes? Click on the pictur to your left to watch the video. Here you will see the many products  using artifial Blueberries Blue 1 and Red 40 and more.

This report was just posted June 14, 2012Ban Food Dyes? The FDA Says No
Against the wishes of many prominent public health advocates, an advisory panel for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) decided Thursday that there isn’t enough evidence to ban food dyes or require labels stating that some evidence exists linking food dyes to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). After a two-day hearing on food dyes at which a handful of doctors, researchers, and parents testified, the panel concluded that existing evidence between dyes and ADHD is weak and more research is needed.
The details: The FDA hearings took place on Wednesday and Thursday of this week at the behest of the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), which has been campaigning against food dyes for quite some time and wants to see them banned from foods and medications. “I have monitored the safety of food additives for almost 40 years, and food dyes have always stood out as the category with the most problems,” Michael Jacobson, PhD, executive director of CSPI and the lead author of a report on the hazards of synthetic food dyes, told Rodale.com in an interview last July.
But the FDA remains unconvinced by studies linking food dyes to a variety of problems, including hyperactivity in children, and said so in a report released prior to the hearings. “Based on the data reviewed in these publications, FDA concludes that a causal relationship between exposure to color additives and hyperactivity in children in the general population has not been established,” the panel of scientists wrote.
Many of the experts testifying before the FDA advisory panel seemed to agree that the science linking food dyes to ADHD is tenuous. But that research has been called into question. The CSPI’s July 2010 report on food dyes noted that most safety studies are conducted by industry. Another group represented at the hearing, the Feingold Association, a nonprofit organization helping parents avoid synthetic food additives (including dyes) to treat behavioral, learning, and health problems, noted that the studies used food that the studies used food-dye exposure levels far below what children are usually exposed to. Click here to read more

WHAT CAN YOU DO?
Avoid using foods with artificial dyes (“artificial coloring,” “U.S. Certified colors”) such as the seven listed in the Table. Be sure to check the ingredients of all products purchased. Buy real fruit juices and make your own homemade juices using Organic grown fruits or vegetables for a healthy delicious green drink. 

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