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Women dressed in red are seen as a threat by other women - plus 6 other surprising ways colors affect moods

7/17/2014 - Women dressed in red are more likely to be perceived as a sexual threat by other women, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Rochester, Trnava University in Slovakia and the Slovak Academy of Sciences, and published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin on...

Six artificial colors have been linked to hyperactivity in children, and three of them are still legal in the United States

4/22/2014 - A groundbreaking 2007 study published in The Lancet found that six different artificial colors and the preservative sodium benzoate decreased attention and promoted hyperactivity in both children diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and those without the condition. Of these...

Artificial food colors cause hyperactivity in children

4/4/2011 - Evidence continues to emerge that artificial colors cause hyperactivity in children, but the FDA remains resistant to taking action. The agency will hold public hearings on the issue from March 30-31. Artificial colors made from coal tar or petroleum were first developed in the 1850s, and nearly...

U.S. food companies caught faking blueberries with artificial colors and liquid sugars, reveals Health Ranger investigation

1/19/2011 - A Food Investigations mini-documentary released today exposes the "blueberry deception" in name-brand cereals, bagels, breads and bars. As revealed in the investigative video (, big-name food companies that offer blueberry cereals, muffins, pastries and bars have been caught...

Color Psychology - How colors affect our moods and emotions

1/8/2011 - Ever have a particular color that you are always drawn to? Then perhaps you`ve experienced just a hint of how colors affect our emotions. While it is important to surround yourself with color that feels good to you, color practitioners who use colors to heal and restore find there are some rules about...

Eat a variety of colors for amazing health

11/28/2010 - Natural foods come in all different shapes, sizes, and colors. Everything on Earth has its own unique function and characteristics. Eating fruits and vegetables of a variety of different colors can give you the best all-round health benefits; each contains a distinctive blend of super nutrients that...

In UK, sodas with artificial colors to carry hyperactivity warning

11/5/2010 - The European Union has passed a law requiring all beverages that contain certain artificial colors to carry a warning that consumption of those products may lead to hyperactivity in children. As a consequence, two of the United Kingdom's best-selling beverages will now need to display this warning. The...

Add Chemical-Free Color to Cheeks With Miessence Blush Powder (Product Review)

10/24/2008 - The act of blushing is associated with the glow of being in love and has always been considered an alluring quality. Throughout the ages, women have applied color to their cheeks to capture the beauty of the blushing effect. The perfect shade of blush is a prize find. The right color for cheeks can...

How food companies fool consumers with food coloring ingredients made from petrochemicals

3/21/2008 - Have you ever wondered why companies use artificial colors? You might think it's because they want to make their food look good, but there's another reason -- a far deeper reason -- why companies use artificial colors to make their foods more appealing to consumers. Keep reading to learn what that is. Why...

The Honest Food Guide empowers consumers with independent information about foods and health

5/25/2006 - Mike: Hello everyone, this is Mike Adams, the Health Ranger. I'm here with Ben Kage, and we're going to have a discussion and Q&A session about the Honest Food Guide. For those of you who aren't familiar with it, it is available for free downloading at You can download it, and take...

Blueberries, cranberries, strawberries all contain powerful phytochemicals that fight cancer, heart disease, high cholesterol and more

7/26/2004 - Here's more good news on how nature can help you prevent and reverse chronic disease. Berries such as blueberries, cranberries, strawberries and raspberries are rich in disease-fighting phytochemicals that prevent and even reverse serious diseases like cancer, diabetes, heart disease, stomach ulcers...

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