Artificial food coloring, often used to enhance the appearance of food products, can have adverse effects on health and should be avoided.
Exercise caution with titanium dioxide, or "white" food coloring, due to potential health risks like respiratory issues and possible carcinogenicity in both food and non-food products.
Trans fats, commonly found in processed foods, are harmful to health and should be avoided due to their negative impact on cholesterol levels and increased risk of heart disease.
Artificial sweeteners, commonly used as sugar substitutes, carry health risks and require moderate consumption due to potential effects on metabolism, gut health, and long-term well-being.
High-fructose corn syrup, a common sweetener in processed foods, poses health risks and should be consumed sparingly for better overall health.