New research: Beware of possible carcinogen in coloring in colas, other sodas, foods

A byproduct of caramel, the food-color component in cola and other dark soft drinks as well as ice creams and some other foods,  is potentially carcinogenic (cause of cancer) in humans, according to new research reported Thursday by researchers at Baltimore’s Johns Hopkins University.

Regular consumption of colas has long been known to be bad for general and dental health, due to the large amount of sugar and the acid in both sugared and diet versions.


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