FATS – ARE THEY HARMFUL…?

Make your own Velveeta cheese at home in less than 10 minutes!Fat is the one of three major micro nutrients, but fat is generally known for  it’s worst effects of causing heart disease and making our belly bulging out and causes obesity, so should we stop consuming facts? And avoid in our diet completely? are we aware of how fat is useful for major functions in our body and how we people are responsible for all the inappropriate consumption of fat  and making our own body lethal for diseases. Are you aware of your healthy fat source and how much fat you are consuming

The daily required intake (DRI)  for fat is 20% – 35% of the total calorie consumption  should come from fat.

The essential function of fat in our body

  • Storing and adsorption of Vitamin A, D, E, K.
  • It helps in Production of hormones
  • Essential for neurological development and brain function
  • Act as insulator of our body
  • It protects our bodies vital organs
  • It is secondary energy source after Carbohydrates
  • They protect our body from external shock
  • Helps to maintain healthy hairs and skin

HEALTHY  AND UNHEALTHY FATS

Now talking about what type of fat to consume. We have two types of fat, one which is healthy and good for our body known as good fats, and other which may cause diseases known as bad fats

Healthy fats include unsaturated fats which may be further divided into two categories

  • Polyunsaturated fats (PUFA):- these include omega 6 and omega 3 fatty acids. They are essential fatty acids and helps to lower down bad cholesterol known as LDL (low density lipolprotein) which blocks the vessels and causes heart disease,so it helps preventing heart diseases and prevents type 2 diabetes

Source of PUFA:- eggs, fish/fish oil, almonds, walnuts, peanuts, sesame oil, rice bran, sesame seeds, flax seeds

  1. Monounsaturated fats (MUFA) :- They can help with weight loss, reduce the risk of heart disease and decrease inflammation.

Sources : same as PUFA include avocado

Unhealthy fats consumption may lead to heart diseases because they increase the bad cholesterol level in our body  (low density lipoprotein). There are two types of bad fats

  • Trans fats :- blocks the arteries and responsible for type 2 diabetes it sources include milk fat, vegetable oils, fats from meat and chicken
  • Saturated fats:- causes cardiovascular diseases and can make obese and sources are same as trans fats

WRITTEN BY – AJAY SINGH RATHOD

DIET CHART FOR 65+

The Top Foods to Avoid for a Kidney Friendly Diet (1)

Age group :- 65+ years

Description:- during this age the body digestion process slows down and break down of food becomes difficult and food remains undigested. So food for old age people should include diet which makes the food easily digestible. The fat intake should be reduced so as to prevent increase in cholesterol  as physical work is less carried out. Healthy fats should be taken as it increases solubility of vitamin A, D, E and K. So as to prevent deficiency. Fruits and vegetables should be consumed to prevent deficiency of micro nutrients. Most importantly calcium is required to maintain bone density and oral health. Carbohydrate intake should be moderate to meet the energy requirements only and protein consumption should be increases so as to make new cells

Calorie requirements

  • Male- 2000 calories
  • Female- 1600 calories
Meal time Foods Quantity calo  
Breakfast Egg whites 4 In no. 16  
  Porrige 100 gm 50  
  Skim milk 1 cup 83  
Mid morning Fruit salad (banana, kiwi, apple, papaya) 100 gm 50  
  Dry fruits 1 bowl 150  
Lunch Chapati 4 in no. 200  
  Dal 30 gms 104  
  Rice 1 bowl 204  
  Curd 1 bowl 113  
Evening Oats soup 1 bowl 100  
  Carrot +beetroot juice 1 glass 62  
Dinner Chapati 4 in no. 200  
  Paneer 100 gms 265  
  Vegetable soup 1 bowl 159  
Bed time Skim  milk 250ml 83  
    Total 1839  

 

 

 

 

 

NUTRITION FOR WOMEN

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Nutrient Requirements
Energy: It is essential for a young woman to maintain ideal body weight. Many women are under weight or over weight. The intake of energy will depend on the type of activity the woman carries out – sedentary, moderate or heavy.

Energy Requirement of woman (K.Cal/ day)

 

Sex Body wt(kg) Sedentary Moderate Heavy
Woman 55 1900 2230 2850

 

It is generally seen that especially in rural areas, women consume less than what they should. Most often they take up heavy work in the fields. Obesity is not generally seen among these women, but it is important that they get sufficient energy to meet the requirement.

Dietary Fat: All adults should consume no more than 30% of total calories from fat (approximately 60 grams in a 2000 calorie diet) and a maximum of 10% of total calories as saturated fat (about 20 grams). Too much fat in diet can increase the risk for cancer and heart disease. But, remember that “low-fat” labeling does not always point the best food choice. Food products that are advertised as “low-fat” and “fat-free” often contain high amounts of sodium and refined sugar, which are as detrimental to health as fat. Also, some nutrition experts now recommend consuming at least 4 grams of omega-3 fats every day.

Fiber: Increasing fiber in the diet is probably one of the most important things that one can do for the health. A high dietary intake of fiber can lower the cholesterol levels, normalize the blood sugar levels, help to lose weight, and help prevent colon cancer. Nutrition experts recommend a fiber intake of a minimum of 25 grams per day. Many foods contain good amounts of fiber, including green leafy vegetables, cauliflower, cabbage, lentils and brown rice, whole grains.

Calcium: Adequate amount of calcium is necessary for bone health. The active growth phase occurs from birth to approximately 20 years of age. Peak bone mass development occurs between the ages of 12 and 30. The final phase, when resorption exceeds formation begins between age 30 and 40 and continues throughout the remainder of life.

Bone loss is a natural process that cannot be completely prevented. However by developing maximal bone mass during early adulthood they its impact can be arrested. Increased calcium intake and moderate physical activity can help in maximizing bone mass and minimizing bone loss later in life.
The calcium intakes of many individual women are lower than average. Thus they face the risk of osteoporosis at a later age. Therefore it is essential to see that calcium rich foods are taken regularly and some amount of physical activity is also carried out. While the Indian RDA for calcium is 600 mg/day for women, many western countries have raised it to 1000 and even 1500 mg/day.

Iron: During early and middle adulthood women are in precarious state with respect to iron sufficiency. Iron losses are high due to menstrual loss whereas iron intake is lower than recommended intake. It is a challenge to obtain sufficient iron and overcome the problem of iron deficiency. Since many women cannot meet their iron requirements from food alone due to lack of awareness of good sources of iron and the methods to enhance its absorption. Therefore it becomes necessary to provide supplements in periods of higher need.
As far as food is concerned, a judicious combination of heme and non heme sources of iron along with iron absorption enhancers will go a long way in meeting the iron needs.

Folic acid: An important vitamin which should be present in adequate quantity in the diets of women of the reproductive age group, is folic acid. Women who plan a pregnancy must have sufficient quantities of folic acid in their  pregnancy diet. Those who use oral contraceptives have a higher requirement. Physiological stress such as disease also increase the need for folic acid.

Heart-healthy nutrients: High dietary intake of folic acid, vitamin B 6, and vitamin      B 12 is known to lower blood levels of homo cysteine, a by-product of metabolism that can cause damage to artery walls, setting the stage for the development of atherosclerosis. A high blood homo cysteine level (called hyperparathyroidism) is associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease, and low intake of folic acid, vitamin B 6 and vitamin B 12 are key risk factors for hyperparathyroidism. Excellent sources of folic acid include spinach, broccoli, beets, turnip greens, liver and lentils. Excellent sources of B 6 include bell peppers, turnip greens, cauliflower, garlic, tuna, and mustard greens.

Antioxidant nutrients: To help prevent heart disease and cancer, focus on obtaining an abundance of the antioxidant nutrients, including vitamin E, vitamin C and the carotenoids, to protect the cells from free radical damage. Food sources of these nutrients include dark green leafy vegetables and a variety of fruits.

Recommended dietary allowances (RDA) for Indian woman

 

Nutrient Sedentary Moderate Heavy
Energy 
(K cal/d)
1900 2230 2850
Protein (g/d) 55 55 55
Fat (g/d) 20 25 30
Calcium (mg/d) 600 600 600
Iron (mg/d) 21 21 21
Vt. A .µg/d
Retinal
600 600 600
Thiamine(mg/d) 1.0 1.1 1.4
Riboflavin(mg/d) 1.1 1.3 1.7
Nicotine acid(mg/d) 12 14 16
Scorbutic
Acid (mg/d)
40 40 40
Folic acid (µg/d) 200 200 200

WRITTEN BY – AJAY SINGH RATHOD

FOOD PROMOTE SLEEP #@YES

The foods that’ll help you sleep longer and sounderFEELING LACK OF SLEEP- FOOD WILL HELP YOU

Sleep affects every aspect of health. Fortunately, some foods and drinks contain compounds that help control parts of the sleep cycle, meaning that they may help a person both fall and stay asleep.

Sleep quality and duration can affect a wide array of conditions, including:

  • obesity
  • diabetes
  • cardiovascular disease
  • hypertension

However, getting enough sleep can be tricky. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a third of adults in the United States report not getting a healthy amount of sleep.

Many chemicals, amino acids, enzymes, nutrients, and hormones work together to promote good sleep and regulate the sleep cycle. These include:

  • tryptophan
  • melatonin
  • gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA)
  • calcium
  • potassium
  • magnesium
  • pyridoxine
  • L-ornithine
  • serotonin
  • histamine
  • acetylcholine
  • folate
  • antioxidants
  • vitamin D
  • B vitamins
  • zinc
  • copper

Although lots of foods contain low levels of these sleep-promoting compounds, only some have high concentrations that could potentially affect a person’s sleep cycle.

Taking both traditional knowledge and scientific research into account, as well as nutritional profiles, here are the best foods and drinks for sleep:

Almonds

Almonds are rich in melatonin, which supports regular sleeping patterns.

Almonds contain high doses of melatonin, a hormone that helps regulate the sleeping and waking cycle.

A 1-ounce (oz) serving of whole almonds also contains 77 milligrams (mg) of magnesium and 76 mg of calcium, two minerals that may help promote muscle relaxation and sleep.

Almonds are also a healthful evening snack, as they are high in good fats and low in sugar and saturated fats.

Warm milk

Warm milk is a common home remedy for sleeplessness. Milk contains four sleep-promoting compounds: tryptophan, calcium, vitamin D, and melatonin.

However, the childhood association that many people have between a warm cup of milk and bedtime may be more effective than tryptophan or melatonin in promoting sleep. Like a cup of tea, having a warm cup of milk before bed can be a relaxing nightly ritual.

Low-fat milk is also a great snack because it is nutritious and low in calories. Each cup of 1-percent low-fat milk contains approximately:

  • 99 grams (g) of protein
  • 300 mg of calcium
  • 499 international units (IU) of vitamin A
  • 101 IU of vitamin D
  • 101 calorieS

Kiwifruit

Some research has looked at the link between kiwi consumption and sleep. In one small study, people who ate two kiwifruits 1 hour before bedtime for 4 weeks experienced improved total sleep time and sleep efficiency and also took less time to fall asleep.

If kiwi is beneficial for sleep, this may be because the fruit contains many sleep-promoting compounds, including:

  • melatonin
  • anthocyanins
  • flavonoids
  • carotenoids
  • potassium
  • magnesium
  • fol ate
  • calcium

Chamomile tea

Chamomile tea is popular for its calming properties.

The herb chamomile is a traditional remedy for insomnia.

Researchers think that a flavonoid compound called apigenin is responsible for chamomile’s sleep-inducing properties.

Apigenin seems to activate GABA A receptors, a process that helps stimulate sleep.

Although research has found only weak evidence that chamomile may improve sleep quality, having a warm cup of tea can be a soothing ritual to help a person mentally prepare for bed.

Walnuts

Walnuts contain a few compounds that promote and regulate sleep, including melatonin, serotonin, and magnesium. Each 100-g serving of walnuts also contains other nutrients that can help sleep, such as:

  • 158 mg of magnesium
  • 441 mg of potassium
  • 98 micrograms (µg) of folate
  • 98 mg of calcium

Walnuts are high in melatonin, but researchers have not yet proven a solid association between eating these nuts and improved sleep.

People can purchase walnuts at the grocery store, in bulk-food stores, or online.

Tart cherries

Cherries are rich in four different sleep-regulating compounds: melatonin, tryptophan, potassium, and serotonin. Researchers speculate that antioxidants called polyphenols in tart cherries may also influence sleep regulation.

The researchers also concluded that the anti-inflammatory properties of cherries might help reduce pain after strenuous exercise and improve cognitive function.

Tart cherries also make a good snack before bed because they are rich in fiber, vitamin C, and vitamin E.

Fatty fish

Fatty fish may help improve sleep because they are a good source of vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids, two nutrients that help regulate serotonin. Serotonin is largely responsible for establishing a fixed sleeping and waking cycle.

Fatty fish are typically also high in a few other sleep-promoting nutrients. For example, a 3-oz fillet of wild Atlantic salmon contains:

  • 416 mg of potassium
  • 25 g of magnesium
  • 170 mg of phosphorous
  • 54 mg of zinc
  • 7 µg of vitamin B-12
  • 21 µg of folate
  • 10 mg of calcium

The researchers concluded that these benefits were primarily due to an increase in vitamin D levels, as well as possible improvements in heart-rate regulation due to the omega-3 content.

Barley grass powder

People use barley grass powder to make healthful smoothies.

Barley grass powder is rich in several sleep-promoting compounds, including GABA, calcium, tryptophan, zinc, potassium, and magnesium.

According to a 2018 review, barley grass powder may promote sleep and help prevent a range of other conditions.

People can mix barley grass powder into smoothies, scrambled eggs, salad dressings, and soups. It is available in some food stores and online.

Lettuce

Lettuce and lettuce seed oil may help treat insomnia and promote a good night’s sleep. Some people claim that lettuce has a mild sedative-hypnotic effect.

Researchers believe that most of lettuce’s sedative effects are due to the plant’s n-butanol fraction, specifically in a compound called lactucin.

In a 2013 study, mice that received n-butanol fraction preparations experienced an increase in sleep duration and a decrease in sleep latency, or the time it takes to fall asleep.

In a 2017 study, researchers concluded that lettuce not only increased sleep duration in mice but that it also protected cells against inflammation and damage resulting from stress during sleep disturbances.

WRITTEN BY – AJAY SINGH RAHODE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WORRIED ABOUT AGE #35+

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DIET CHART Age group – 35-40

Calories – 2200

Description –  increases the risk of chronic diseases such as heart diseases, stroke, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, etc. along with risk of osteoporosis and weak bones in case of women. So, it is imperative to include all food groups in your daily eating plan in order to get the vital nutrients required for proper functioning of the body.As people age they require fewer calories because the basal metabolic rate drops over time. People with a muscular structure will burn more calories compared to people with less muscular built. Therefore, both men and women should consume the exact number of calories that are required to either maintain the current weight or to promote weight loss in order to achieve a healthy weight.

 

Time Food Quantity
Breakfast Cornflakes ¾ cup
  Skim milk 1 cup
  Coffee 1 cup
  Banana 1 medium size
Mid morning Yogurt 170 grams
  Apple 1 medium size
Lunch Brown rice 1 ½ cup
  Chicken 100 grams
  Salad  
  Broccoli ½ cup
Evening snack Brown bread 2 slices
  Peanut butter 2 tsp
Dinner Chapati 2
  Chicken breast 85 grams
  Cottage cheese 2 cubic inch
  Apple 1 medium size
  Total 2200 calories

 WRITTEN BY – AJAY SING RAHOR

NEGATIVE CALORIE FOODS

A doctor debunks a commonly-held but untrue belief about low-calorie foods_What if without doing and physical movement we can burn calories by consuming only foods and can reach the goal of weight loss,yes such food exist and we term them as Negative Calorie Foods.

A negative calorie food which requires more energy in its digestion then it naturally provides. Let’s make it simpler to understand, there is  a negative calorie food X which provides 100 calories and so as to digest the food X it consumes 150 calories from our body, if we see it mathematically it burn 50 calories from our body and don’t  add any body weight, it is basically  the thermionic effect of food, foods with high thermionic effect requires more energy for there digestion

SOME NEGATIVE CALORIE FOODS

. Celery
Containing barely 16 calories per 100 grams (as per USDA), celery is ranked high among negative calorie foods. Packed with fiber, celery is also rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, and fol ate.

2. Berries
Indulge in these sweet and tangy treats without feeling guilty. Raspberries, blueberries and strawberries contain just 32 calories per half a cup (as per USDA). Known for their anti-inflammatory properties and antioxidants, berries are really good for your heart too.

  1. Grapefruit
  2. Containing about 40 calories per 100 grams, grapefruit is a storehouse of vitamin C, folic acid and potassium along with soluble fiber pectin. In the book ‘Healing Foods’ by DK publishing, the authors suggest that foods rich in vitamin C can help reduce the severity of inflammatory conditions such as asthma.
  1. Carrots
    Negative Calorie Foods: Carrots contain about 41 calories per 100 grams.
  2. Carrots contain about 41 calories per 100 grams. They are also low in cholesterol and saturated fats which can work wonders if you happen to be struggling with hypertension issues. Along with being a good source of dietary fiber, carrots are also rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, manganese and potassium

5. Tomatoes

Negative Calorie Foods: Tomatoes can also prove effective in lowering your cholesterol levels.
This tangy delight contains a minimal of 19 calories per 100 grams. Apart from being a juicy and delicious source of dietary fiber, potassium and vitamin C. They also contain Penelope, an antioxidant known to protect the skin from harmful UV rays. Tomatoes can also prove effective in lowering your cholesterol levels.

6. Cucumbers
Negative Calorie Foods: Cucumbers are full of minerals, vitamins and electrolytes and are extremely hydrating.
16 calories per 100 grams! Yes our favorite salad is that low on calories. Cucumbers are full of minerals, vitamins and electrolytes and are extremely hydrating. It is also known as the classic cooling food which helps maintain the body’s water balance on hot days.

7. Watermelon
Negative Calorie Foods: Watermelons are also rich in Penelope which can help protect the heart.
Another summer favorite, watermelons contain 30 calories per 100 grams. Watermelons are also rich in Penelope which can help protect the heart. The citronella in the rind and the flesh of watermelon can also ensure smooth blood flow and enhanced immunity.

8. Apples
Negative Calorie Foods: the fiber present in apples also provides relief from constipation. 
Now they don’t say ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away’ for nothing. Containing about 50 calories per 100 grams, apple is the fiber-rich snack you must keep in your bag to beat your mid-day hunger pangs. Apples are high in pectin, a type of soluble fiber that encourages weight loss, and releases sugar gradually to help regulate the body’s blood sugar levels. The fiber present in apples also provides relief from constipation.

9. Zucchini
Negative Calorie Foods: The phytonutrients in Zucchini also promote bowel regularity and aid water balance in the body.
Containing as low as 18 calories per 100 grams, zucchini is one of the highly recommended negative calorie foods by the nutritionists. The phytonutrients in Zucchini also promote bowel regularity and aid water balance in the body.

10. Broccoli
As suggested by Dr. Anju Sood, plant-based foods are high in fiber and great calorie burners. Containing barely 34 calories per 100 grams. Broccoli is ranked high amongst superfoods. It is packed with fibers and antioxidants and studies have shown that they may also have certain anti-cancer properties.

11. Lettuce
Next time you whip up a salad, add some more lettuce. Containing only 6 calories per 100 grams, lettuce is not only low in calories but it is also rich in fiber, vitamin B, folic acid, and manganese.

Include these foods in your daily diet, if you are looking to shed some pounds. While these low-calorie foods can really help, remember that it is equally essential to maintain a balanced diet with all-round nutrition.

WRITTEN BY  – AJAY SINGH RATHOD

 

 

ARTIFICIAL COLORS USED IN FOOD

brownrice2When food is processed in food industry it is processed under extreme under high temperatures and because of which food loses its natural colour and it becomes unacceptable by consumer and consumer will not buy it so they make the use artificial colours in food so as to make it acceptable for consumer and hence create health problems in our body over a long period of time if consumed regularly. But here the problem is that we consumers ourselves are responsible for this action taken by food manufacturers for adding colours to the food, because we people consider food which shines from outside is considered to be healthy

 

Artifical colours are those which are prepared using chemicals coal tars in laboratory and are regulated by govt. For there use in food products. And they are termed as dyes,below are the some dyes.

  • Red No. 3 (Erythrosine):A cherry-red coloring commonly used in candy, popsicles and cake-decorating gels.
  • Red No. 40 (Allura Red):A dark red dye that is used in sports drinks, candy, condiments and
  • Yellow No. 5 (Tartrazine):A lemon-yellow dye that is found in candy, soft drinks, chips, popcorn and cereals.
  • Yellow No. 6 (Sunset Yellow):An orange-yellow dye that is used in candy, sauces, baked goods and preserved fruits.
  • Blue No. 1 (Brilliant Blue):A greenish-blue dye used in ice cream, canned peas, packaged soups, popsicles and icings.
  • Blue No. 2 (Indigo Carmine):A royal blue dye found in candy, ice cream, cereal and snacks.

DISADVANTAGES

  • Can cause cancer
  • Allergic reactions in bodies
  • Hyperactivity in children
  • Increase estrogen
  • Stomach aches

WRITTEN BY – AJAY SINGH RAHODE

 

DATES # NO FEAR

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Dates are high in natural sugar, so many people think they may not be good for them. However, these sweet fruits are packed with plenty of nutrients, making them an excellent snack in moderation.

Dates grow on date palms in small clusters. The term date comes from the Greek word Dakotas, which means fingers.

BENEFITS

Five benefits of eating dates

In addition to tasting great, dates contain protein, vitamins, and minerals. They are also:

  1. High in Polyphemus. Polyphemus are antioxidant compounds that can protect the body from inflammation. Dates contain more Polyphemus than most other fruits and vegetables.
  2. Alternative to empty-calorie sweets. Dates can satisfy a person’s sweet tooth while also providing essential nutrients, such as vitamin B-6 and iron.
  3. High in fiber. Just ¼ of a cup of dates provides 12 percent of a person’s daily fiber requirement. Fiber helps a person feel fuller for longer.
  4. High in potassium. Dates are high in potassium, which is an electrolyte the body needs for good heart health. Potassium also helps to build muscle and proteins in the body.
  5. Great for substitutions. People can replace the sugar, chocolate chips, or candies in baking recipes with dates to ensure they are eating natural sugars instead of refined sugars.

How to eat dates

 

Dates can be eaten fresh or dried, much like raisins. People can also add them to a variety of sweet or savory dishes.

Some examples of dishes that incorporate dates include:

  1. Stuffed dates: People can stuff dates with almonds, pecans, cream cheese, or pistachios for a snack or finger food.
  2. Salads: Chopped, sliced, or pitted whole dates are an excellent addition to salads.
  3. Smoothies: Blending dates into a banana smoothie adds natural sweetness and extra nutritional value.
  4. Stews: Dates taste great in Moroccan stews or tagine dishes.
  5. Energy balls: People can blend dates with nuts, cranberries, oats, coconut flakes, or a variety of other ingredients to make no-bake “energy balls.”

 

WRITTEN BY   –    AJAY SINGH RAHODE

ARTIFICIAL COLORS USED IN FOOD

cropped-brownrice2.jpgWhen food is processed in food industry it is processed under extreme under high temperatures and because of which food loses its natural color and it becomes unacceptable by consumer and consumer will not buy it so they make the use artificial colors in food so as to make it acceptable for consumer and hence create health problems in our body over a long period of time if consumed regularly. But here the problem is that we consumers ourselves are responsible for this action taken by food manufacturers for adding colors to the food, because we people consider food which shines from outside is considered to be healthy

 

Artificial colors are those which are prepared using chemicals coal tars in laboratory and are regulated by govt. For there use in food products. And they are termed as dyes,below are the some dyes.

  • Red No. 3 (Erythromycin):A cherry-red coloring commonly used in candy, Popsicle and cake-decorating gels.
  • Red No. 40 (Allure Red):A dark red dye that is used in sports drinks, candy, condiments and
  • Yellow No. 5 (Thorazine):A lemon-yellow dye that is found in candy, soft drinks, chips, popcorn and cereals.
  • Yellow No. 6 (Sunset Yellow):An orange-yellow dye that is used in candy, sauces, baked goods and preserved fruits.
  • Blue No. 1 (Brilliant Blue):A greenish-blue dye used in ice cream, canned peas, packaged soups, Popsicle and icings.
  • Blue No. 2 (Indigo Carmine):A royal blue dye found in candy, ice cream, cereal and snacks.

DISADVANTAGES

  • Can cause cancer
  • Allergic reactions in bodies
  • Hyperactivity in children
  • Increase estrogen
  • Stomach aches