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For many Halloween-themed edibles, food dye eases the transformation from gourmet to grotesque. Simple designs with red and green can put the “devil” in deviled eggs and make any drink look like a cauldron-worthy concoction. Yet, the consumption of too much food coloring might prove to be just as scary as your Halloween costume itself.

Food coloring has no nutritional value and published reports  have flagged several common chemical dyes as having carcinogenic potential. According to  WebMD , research has long supported the idea that there is a link between ADHD and food coloring. A British study conducted in 2007 came to find that coloring additives and sodium benzoate (a common ingredient in synthetic food dyes) could provoke hyperactive behavior in children. While it may be rather unlikely that intake of food coloring will result in development of ADHD, do we really want to risk it at the height of midterms season? Probs not.

In general, artificial foods should be eaten in moderation. Thankfully, there are many natural substitutions for synthetic food dyes that can add a healthy kick to your Halloween treats.

To provide a wide range of products that meet international standards using state-of-art technology and scientific approach to quench the needs of customers. We believe in a clean and safe environment in the workplace and emphasis upon the finest quality of products for our clients.

Our vision for the future is to become an internationally competitive organization in terms of volumes, quality, costs and profits. We shall not only retain our market share and goodwill in India but should be amongst global players in our chosen sphere of activity. Our work culture, our thinking and actions have to be in consonance with this vision.

For many Halloween-themed edibles, food dye eases the transformation from gourmet to grotesque. Simple designs with red and green can put the “devil” in deviled eggs and make any drink look like a cauldron-worthy concoction. Yet, the consumption of too much food coloring might prove to be just as scary as your Halloween costume itself.

Food coloring has no nutritional value and published reports  have flagged several common chemical dyes as having carcinogenic potential. According to  WebMD , research has long supported the idea that there is a link between ADHD and food coloring. A British study conducted in 2007 came to find that coloring additives and sodium benzoate (a common ingredient in synthetic food dyes) could provoke hyperactive behavior in children. While it may be rather unlikely that intake of food coloring will result in development of ADHD, do we really want to risk it at the height of midterms season? Probs not.

In general, artificial foods should be eaten in moderation. Thankfully, there are many natural substitutions for synthetic food dyes that can add a healthy kick to your Halloween treats.

For many Halloween-themed edibles, food dye eases the transformation from gourmet to grotesque. Simple designs with red and green can put the “devil” in deviled eggs and make any drink look like a cauldron-worthy concoction. Yet, the consumption of too much food coloring might prove to be just as scary as your Halloween costume itself.

Food coloring has no nutritional value and published reports  have flagged several common chemical dyes as having carcinogenic potential. According to  WebMD , research has long supported the idea that there is a link between ADHD and food coloring. A British study conducted in 2007 came to find that coloring additives and sodium benzoate (a common ingredient in synthetic food dyes) could provoke hyperactive behavior in children. While it may be rather unlikely that intake of food coloring will result in development of ADHD, do we really want to risk it at the height of midterms season? Probs not.

In general, artificial foods should be eaten in moderation. Thankfully, there are many natural substitutions for synthetic food dyes that can add a healthy kick to your Halloween treats.

To provide a wide range of products that meet international standards using state-of-art technology and scientific approach to quench the needs of customers. We believe in a clean and safe environment in the workplace and emphasis upon the finest quality of products for our clients.

Our vision for the future is to become an internationally competitive organization in terms of volumes, quality, costs and profits. We shall not only retain our market share and goodwill in India but should be amongst global players in our chosen sphere of activity. Our work culture, our thinking and actions have to be in consonance with this vision.

The Arabian developed in a desert climate and was prized by the nomadic Bedouin people, often being brought inside the family tent for shelter and protection from theft. Selective breeding for traits including an ability to form a cooperative relationship with humans created a horse breed that is good-natured, quick to learn, and willing to please. The Arabian also developed the high spirit and alertness needed in a horse used for raiding and war . This combination of willingness and sensitivity requires modern Arabian horse owners to handle their horses with competence and respect.

The Arabian is a versatile breed. Arabians dominate the discipline of endurance riding , and compete today in many other fields of equestrian sport. They are one of the top ten most popular horse breeds in the world. They are now found worldwide, including the United States and Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, continental Europe, South America (especially Brazil), and their land of origin, the Middle East.

For centuries, Arabian horses lived in the desert in close association with humans. [17] For shelter and protection from theft, prized war mares were sometimes kept in their owner's tent, close to children and everyday family life. [18] Only horses with a naturally good disposition were allowed to reproduce, with the result that Arabians today have a good temperament that, among other examples, makes them one of the few breeds where the United States Equestrian Federation rules allow children to exhibit stallions in nearly all show ring classes, including those limited to riders under 18. [19]


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