Comment : 1958 banned in Japan. Proposed to be banned in Britain. McDonald's does not use it in their products by 1986. Obtained from oil. Slows the decay of food as a result of their oxidation. Contained in fats, oils, margarine, chewing gum, nuts, pieces of tomatoes, plastic food packaging. May cause allergic reactions can trigger hyperactivity. There was evidence of carcinogenicity and effects similar to those of estrogens. At high doses, leads to the formation of tumors in experimental animals.
E412 (E 400-499 Tires, thickeners, stabilizers and emulsifiers)
Warning : May cause nausea, flatulence and cramps.
Comment : Obtained from the seeds of Cyamoposis tetragonolobus, a plant grown in India. Used to feed the cattle in the United States. May cause nausea, flatulence and cramps. Lowers the level of cholesterol in the blood.
Warning : 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.
Comment : Provides the body with only calories without minerals, vitamins and other nutrients.
Comment : Flavoring and salt substitute. It is produced by fermentation of molasses. Side effects may occur in patients with asthma. Most often used in frozen vegetables, frozen tuna and many other frozen foods in sauces.
Comment : Used to acidification of food products. Derived from citrus fruits. Found in biscuits, frozen fish, cheese and other dairy products, infant food, cakes, soups, rye bread, soft drinks, fermented meat products.
E331 (E 300-399 Antioxidants, minerals and acidity regulators)
Warning : Be avoided by people with gluten intolerance.
Comment : Artificial sweetener. Obtained from the carbohydrates of rice, corn, potatoes, barley. Can be derived naturally from nature, it is considered unnecessary - approved as a food additive in food.