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Red No. 3, also known by its chemical name Erythrosine, is a cherry-pink dye used to color products like maraschino cherries, pistachios, canned fruit, candy, popsicles, cake decorating gels, and toothpaste. It is also used in printing inks, as a biological stain, a dental plaque disclosing agent, and in X-rays. In 1990, the U.S. FDA placed a partial ban on Red No. 3 after research showed high doses could cause cancer in rats
GMO free. If it doesn't work in nature, it can't work for us. - "Natural" doesn't mean non-GMO - BUY ORGANIC!! GMO USA=NO LABELS!! It left the lab criitters STERILE By the 3rd Generation!!! THINK ABOUT IT!!!
Remember the Seralini study? Rats fed GMOs, Monsanto’s Roundup Ready corn, developed tumors. Some died. The study was published in the journal, Food and Chemical Toxicology. Pictures published. A wave of biotech-industry criticism ensued. Pressure built... The journal retracted the study. Why? Unethical? Plagiarized? Dishonest? No, he used rats which (supposedly) had an inherent tendency to develop tumors (the Sprague-Dawley strain), and used too few. Smell a rat?
Get GMOs out of Infant Formula--Nobody should be eating GMO foods, especially babies. But until infant formula makers stop using GMO ingredients, hundreds of thousands of newborns and infants will be unwitting participants in this huge, uncontrolled experiment with the health of the next generation.