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Another article on the deadly chemical "Brominated Vegetable Oil", or BVO, contained in all citrus drinks in the USA, but BANNED in Europe.

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Today Show: Dangers of Brominated Vegetable Oil in Gatorade Drinks

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Foods we eat in America that are banned in other countries. For larger graphic, see: http://www.naturalnews.com/Infographic-America-Foods-Banned-Other-Countries.html

from nytimes.com

Another Look at a Drink Ingredient, Brominated Vegetable Oil

"One more reason to skip the Gatorade." -Eating Rules blogger article share "Another Look at a Drink Ingredient, Brominated Vegetable Oil: Use of brominated vegetable oil in foods, like fruit-flavored sodas, has[...]" -NYTimes.com

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8 Foods We Eat In The U.S. That Are Banned In Other Countries

8 Foods that are banned in other countries that USA still eats - Brominated vegetable oil: Makes food dye stick to liquid, but also may cause birth defects and major organ damage.

Gatorade contained brominated vegetable oil, a flame retardant. (well it did, great article attached of an amazing 15 yr old girl who made a change...)

PepsiCo drops controversial chemical known as brominated vegetable oil, or BVO, from Gatorade after customer complaints and public outcry. BVO has been patented as a flame retardant and has been linked to a number of health hazards. Pepsico reported that the BVO will only be removed from Gatorade but not other citrus flavored sodas they make, like Mountain Dew — link leads to full article by Environmental Health News, Jan 25, 2013