Artificial food additives like dyes are known to cause health issues like allergic reactions, and may lead to more severe intoxication, therefore these aren’t the safest to ingest. - Sean M. Cleary
Miami, FL (PRWEB) March 30, 2014
Celebrating Easter this month of April, coloring and dyes are part of the tradition, it is important to be aware of the dyes and coloring chemicals we use to decorate Easter eggs.
“Artificial food additives like dyes are known to cause health issues like allergic reactions, and may lead to more severe intoxication, therefore these aren’t the safest to ingest” – says Miami personal injury lawyer Sean M. Cleary. “Prevent food related accidents by using healthy dyes and products.” – He added.
The permeability of hard-boiled eggs is known to everyone today, therefore artificial dyes are worth avoiding especially because in a few European countries these are banned due to causing adverse effects.
“Traditions though are to be kept, decorating Easter eggs is fun” attorney Cleary said. “We just need to make it safe.” – He added.
Natural dyes from natural products are safe options. Nature gives us plenty of natural dyes to color with, such as turmeric (orange), spinach (green), walnut leaves (brown), beet (red), raspberries (red), blueberries (blue) and so on.
If you are interested on details about food additives and adverse reactions they may cause please study the report of the Center for Science in the Public Interest.
About Sean M. Cleary
Personal injury lawyer Sean M. Cleary practicing in Miami, Florida specializes in personal injury cases, product liability, wrongful death, aviation accidents, boating accidents, automobile accidents and resort accident cases. He has over 16 years of experience during which he successfully represented clients all over Florida.
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