Study: Food Coloring Could Be Bad For Your Gut
A new study claims that food coloring can be bad for your insides.
Researchers at Cornell and Binghamton University looked at two ‘nanoparticles’ commonly used in food coloring.
Those particles – titanium dioxide and silicon dioxicde – can hurt your intestines’ ability to digest and absorb nutrients.
Scientists aren’t calling for a ban on these nanoparticles – yet – but say more research is needed to determine their impact.