Healthy Headlines: How To Know If Certain Foods With Dye Impact Our Health
CHARLOTTE, NC — We’re often told that a good diet means eating foods rich in different colors. That’s true if it’s an array of fruits and vegetables but not if those food colors are manufactured.
A recent study has shown that a red dye used in Skittles and Doritos can increase the risk of gastrointestinal diseases and ADHD.
In this week’s Healthy Headlines Dr. Amra Zuzo, a pediatrician at Novant Health, tells us how certain foods with dye can impact our and our children’s health.
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Watch the full interview below: