E132 (E 100-199 Dyes)
Name :

Indigotine

Group : Suspicious
Warning : Risk of Allergies
Comment : Dangerous! Banned in Norway. Common ingredient in tablets and capsules. It is also used in ice cream, cakes, baked goods, confectionery, biscuits. A synthetically produced from coal tar. May cause nausea, vomiting, increased blood pressure, flushing, breathing problems and other allergic reactions.
Product Count ingredients
onions
tulumbichki
candy Fresh Time (golia)
1% Low Fat Milk Jug
Vanilla McCafé Shake (12 fl oz cup)
Chocolate McCafé Shake (12 fl oz cup)
Strawberry McCafé Shake (12 fl oz cup)
Iced Coffee-- French Vanilla (Small)
Iced Coffee with Sugar Free French Vanilla Syrup (Large)
(0)|(24) carrageenan
Ulcers and cancer.
Acesulfame-K
It may be a carcinogen.
sucralose
Carcinogen. It causes damage to our metabolism, and with continuous consumption damages all internal organs.
Fructose-glucose syrup
Consumption in large quantities is dangerous to health. The liver fails to process it instantly into energy and converts it into fat. Increases the risk of cardiovascular problems, insulin resistance and diabetes.
Indigotine
Risk of Allergies
aluminum
Avoid use.
sorbic acid
Possible skin irritant
potassium sorbate
No evidence of adverse side effects
sodium benzoate
May worsen the course of asthma and cause redness and hives on the skin.
malic acid
Pay attention when consumed by young children or babies!
Diphosphate
High doses can disrupt the normal ratio of calcium and phosphorus in the body.
cellulose
Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
ethylcellulose
Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
carboxymethylcellulose
Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
potassium hydroxide
Recommended to avoid its use.
Artificial flavor
It has undefined effects on health. It is preferable to not consume it.
plain caramel
For children is particularly harmful. Can cause hyperactivity.
citric acid
No evidence of adverse effects.
Sodium citrate
No evidence of adverse effects.
phosphoric acid
No evidence of adverse effects.
sodium phosphate
Taken in large quantities to disturb the normal ratio of calcium and phosphorus in the body.
Sucrose
No evidence of adverse effects.
sodium gluconate
Recommended to avoid its use.
Salt
Needed by the body , but in small quantities .
Iced Coffee with Sugar Free French Vanilla Syrup (Small)
(0)|(24) carrageenan
Ulcers and cancer.
Acesulfame-K
It may be a carcinogen.
sucralose
Carcinogen. It causes damage to our metabolism, and with continuous consumption damages all internal organs.
Fructose-glucose syrup
Consumption in large quantities is dangerous to health. The liver fails to process it instantly into energy and converts it into fat. Increases the risk of cardiovascular problems, insulin resistance and diabetes.
Indigotine
Risk of Allergies
aluminum
Avoid use.
sorbic acid
Possible skin irritant
potassium sorbate
No evidence of adverse side effects
sodium benzoate
May worsen the course of asthma and cause redness and hives on the skin.
malic acid
Pay attention when consumed by young children or babies!
Diphosphate
High doses can disrupt the normal ratio of calcium and phosphorus in the body.
cellulose
Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
ethylcellulose
Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
carboxymethylcellulose
Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
potassium hydroxide
Recommended to avoid its use.
Artificial flavor
It has undefined effects on health. It is preferable to not consume it.
plain caramel
For children is particularly harmful. Can cause hyperactivity.
citric acid
No evidence of adverse effects.
Sodium citrate
No evidence of adverse effects.
phosphoric acid
No evidence of adverse effects.
sodium phosphate
Taken in large quantities to disturb the normal ratio of calcium and phosphorus in the body.
Sucrose
No evidence of adverse effects.
sodium gluconate
Recommended to avoid its use.
Salt
Needed by the body , but in small quantities .
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