Frosted Mini Toxics

Frosted Mini Toxics

Here’s another example to file under the category of CSI_Health Crimes.  No wonder parents and childrem face an uphill battle when it comes to having optimal, vibrant health.  Read more courtesy of Nutrition Business Journal.

The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) called Kellogg’s Frosted Mini-Wheat claims “laughable on their face” and said they “never should have surfaced in an advertising campaign by a major food manufacturer.”

The public watchdog organization also used the FTC settlement news to call for Kellogg to begin removing Blue 1, Blue 2, Red 40 and other synthetic food dyes from some varieties of its Mini-Wheats products. “Those dyes exacerbate some children’s hyperactivity and behavioral problems and have no place in foods aimed squarely at children,” CSPI said in a statement.

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