In 2006, the Joint Food and Agriculture Organization/World Health Organization Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) re-evaluated the toxicology of aluminium. JECFA reduced its Provisional Tolerable Weekly Intake (PTWI) of aluminum from all sources, including food additives.Aluminium has not been labelled as being carcinogenic, but, “aluminium production” has been classified
Titanium dioxide: Food Additive or Carcinogen
Millions of tons of titanium dioxide are produced globally. It is used to give whiteness and brightness to products and also helps them resist discoloration. Titanium dioxide also reflects ultraviolet (UV) light, which is why it’s often used as an ingredient in sunscreens.
Is Sulphur Dioxide In Your Food?
Sulphur dioxide is a part of the sulphite family, it is a preservative and even a small amount of sulphite can wreak health havoc if you’re sensitive to it. Sulphur additives are recognized as unsafe in larger quantities and in many countries they have been banned in raw fruit and