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August 2003 Issue

Food Additives You Might Want to Subtract From Your Diet

Many food additives serve useful purposes. They keep bread from developing mold, slow the growth of bacteria in wine plus prevent oils from turning rancid, fruit from browning and peanut butter from separating. For the vast majority of people, additives pose little or no health hazard. But for a few, some additives may be a big headache—literally.

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