Do you want to know more about the chemical additives in your family's food and how to identify which additives you should avoid as well as those that have been tested and found safe?
Is aspartame the safest artificial sweetener? Or is it sucralose? Which food coloring is made from the bodies of dried, pulverized insects? Is calcium stearoyl lactylate safe? Or are they all dangerous? Find out now.
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Shopping was easy when most food came from farms. Now, factory-made foods with chemical additives have become a significant part of our diet. Though most of us cannot pronounce the names of these chemicals, we still need to know what they do, which ones are safe, and which ones are poorly tested or downright dangerous.
While most food additives are safe, some haven't been adequately tested ... and a few could be dangerous. That's why we've produced Chemical Cuisine: Your guide to food additives. Chemical Cuisine tells you which are which.
The information in Chemical Cuisine is reliable, up-to-date, and clearly written and presented. Take it with you to the supermarket and check the ingredients in your favorite foods against the information in this invaluable guide, to ensure you avoid the most dangerous additives.
Chemical Cuisine makes smart shopping and safer eating much easier!