The government today banned use of potassium bromate as a food additive following a CSE study that found its presence in bread causing cancer.
Food additives enhance our eating experience but what we may not realise is that they harm our health at the same time.
According to a study led by researchers from Michigan State University, common food additive that are found in many food products like frozen meat, crackers, cookies and fried foods may weaken our immune system against ...
The potential health risks of these chemical ingredients are amplified by the fact that no one knows what happens when they are all combined into the chemical cocktail.
Along with tooth decay, chocolates and chewing gums may harm your intestine, suggests a new study.
Food Safety regulator FSSAI, has finalised 12,000 standards for food additives and ingredients in line with global safety standards Codex.
A new study has suggested that a common food additive that is used as an anti-mold agent in packaged foods may raise risks of obesity and Type-2 diabetes.
Till yesterday Potassium Bromate was a quiet, unheard of food additive that was part and parcel of our everyday slice. Now it's been tagged as a carcinogen found in most breads.
The question rests on the permitting additives that are otherwise banned in most countries across the globe
According to a new study published in the journal Nature, emulsifiers can induce intestinal inflammation causing metabolic mayhem in your body.