Food Additives: Are They All as Bad as We’ve Heard?

A Bite-Size Read for Your Health and Your Waistline

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I’ll admit I’m the first to jump up and down in frustration about what qualifies as food in the US and what’s allowed to be in our foods. Nevertheless, they’re not all bad. Let’s highlight three food additives that have gotten a bad reputation, mostly from misunderstanding, and three food additives we want to avoid.