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List of all dangerous substances in cosmetics and food

List of all dangerous substances in cosmetics and food
Food colors (Emulgators) (E 100 - E 181)

E 100 (Curcumin). There are orange - yellow. Obtained from the roots of the plant turmeric (tyurmerik) but can be produced synthetically. Used in cheese, margarine, baked sweets.

E 101 (Riboflavin, Riboflavin - 5 '- phosphate). Vitamin B2 and dye. Naturally contained in green vegetables, eggs, milk, liver and kidneys. Used in the composition of margarines and cheeses.

E 102 (Tartrazine FD & C Yellow 5). Provoke attacks of asthma and urticaria in children. There is a link with thyroid tumors, chromosomal damage, rashes and hyperactivity. Tartrazine sensitivity is associated with that aspirin. Used in colored drinks, cakes, jams and marmalades, cornflakes, snacks, canned fish, soups. Banned in Norway and Austria.

E 104 (Quinoline Yellow FD & C Yellow 10). Used in lipsticks, hair products, colognes, in many medicines. Causes dermatitis. Banned in Australia, USA and Norway.

E 107 (Yellow 7G). There are yellow. It is recommended to avoid it. People suffering from asthma may have an allergic reaction to it. Used in soft drinks. Banned in Australia and the USA.

E 110 (Sunset Yellow FCF, Orange Yellow S, FD & C Yellow 6). Produced synthetically. Used in cereals, bakery products, snacks, ice cream, beverages and frozen foods as well as some medications such as: Berocca, Polaramine, Ventolin - syrup and others. Side effects include: hives, rhinitis, nasal congestion, allergies, hyperactivity, kidney tumors, chromosomal damage, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, indigestion, distaste for food. It is raising the incidence of tumors in animals. Banned in Norway.

E 120 (Cochineal, Carminic acid, Carmines). There is red. Produced by insects. Used rarely. It is recommended to avoid consumption.

E 122 (Azorubine, Carmoisine). There is red. Obtained from coal tar. Can provoke adverse reactions in asthmatics and people allergic to aspirin. Enter into the composition of the confectionery, marzipan, gelatin crystals. Banned in Sweden, Austria, USA and Norway.

E 123 (Amaranth, FD & C Red 2). Obtained from the herbs of the family Amaranthaceae. Used in cakes, fruit flavored fillings, gelatin crystals. May provoke an attack of asthma, eczema and hyperactivity. In experiments with animals caused some damage to the fetus and intrauterine death. It is possible leads to the formation of tumors. Banned in the USA, Russia, Austria and Norway.

E 124 (Ponceau 4R, Cochineal Red A, FD & C Red 4). Obtained from coal tar and azo dyes. Can provoke adverse reactions in asthmatics and people allergic to aspirin. In animals, leads to tumor formation. Banned in the USA and Norway.

E 127 (Erythrosine, FD & C Red 3). There is red. Used in canned cherries, frozen fruit, caramelized blends, pastries, baked goods, snacks. May cause sensitivity to light, lead to increased levels of thyroid hormones and symptoms of hyperthyroidism. In experiments with rats has been found to cause tumors of the thyroid gland. Banned in Norway.

E 128 (Red 2G). Banned in Australia and many other countries except Britain.

E 129 (Allura red AC, FD & C Red 40). There are orange-red color. Used in sweets, beverages and condiments in medicines and cosmetics. Produced synthetically. Introduced for use in the 80's to replace Amaranth. Established, however, its relationship to tumors in mice. Banned in Denmark, Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Austria and Norway.

131 (Patent blue V). Banned in Australia, USA and Norway.

E 132 * (Indigotine, Indigo carmine, FD & C Blue 2). Normal component of tablets and capsules. It is also used in ice creams, pastries, baked goods, confectionery and biscuits. Produced synthetically from coal tar. Can cause nausea, vomiting, increased blood pressure, skin redness, breathing problems and other allergic reactions. Banned in Norway.

133 (Brilliant blue FCF, FD & C Blue Dye 1). Used in dairy products, sweets and beverages. Produced synthetically. Banned in Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Austria, Norway.

E 140 (Chlorophylis, Chlorophyllins). Green dye, contained naturally in all plants. Used for coloring wax and oils used in medicine and cosmetics.

E 141 (Copper complexes Chlorophylis and Chlorophyllins). Colours of oil. No evidence of adverse effects.

E 142 (Green S). There are green. Produced synthetically from coal tar. Used in frozen peas, mint jellies and sauces, cakes and bread crumbs. Banned in Sweden, USA and Norway.

E 150 (a) (Plain caramel). Dark brown dye, which is derived from sucrose. It is recommended to avoid its use. Used in oyster, soy, fruit and frozen sauces, beer, whiskey, biscuits, pickles.

E 150 (b) (Caustic sulphite caramel). See described for E 150 (a)

E 150 (c) (Ammonia caramel). See described for E 150 (a)

E 150 (d) (Sulphite ammonia caramel). See described for E 150 (a)

E 151 (Brilliant Black BN, Black PN). Produced synthetically from coal tar. Used in brown sauces, blackcurrant cake mixes. Banned in Denmark, Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Austria, USA, Norway.

E 153 * (Vegetable carbon). Dye it with black. Pigment for charcoal. Used in jams, gelatine crystals, liquorice juice. In Australia, are prohibited only from plants obtained derivatives. Banned in the USA.

E 154 (Brown FK). Banned in the USA.

E 155 (Brown HT (Chocolate)). Brown dye. Obtained from coal tar and azo dyes. Used in chocolate cakes. Can provoke adverse reactions in asthmatics and people allergic to aspirin. It is believed that povishva skin sensitivity. Banned in Denmark, Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Austria, USA, Norway.

E 160 (a) * (Carotene, alpha-, beta-, gamma-). Orange-yellow dye. In the human body turns into vitamin A accumulates in the liver. Located in carrots and other orange or yellow colored fruits and vegetables.

E 160 (b) * (Annatto (Arnatto, Annato), bixin, norbixin). Red dye. Recovered from a tree (Bixa orellana). Used to color and body tissues. Aids digestion and expectoration. Used for coloring cheese, butter, margarine, cereals, snacks, soaps, textiles and nail polish. Can cause hives. It is recommended to avoid its use.

E 160 (c) * (Paprika extract, capsanthin, capsorubin). It is recommended to avoid its use.

E 160 (d) * (Lycopene). It is found in tomatoes and red grapefruit. May reduce the risk of tumors.

E 160 (f) * (Beta-apo-8'-carotenal (C 30)). Orange dye. No evidence of adverse effects.
E 160 (f) * (ethyl ester of beta-apo-8'-carotenic acid (C 30)). Orange dye. No evidence of adverse effects.

E 161 (b) (Xanthophylls - Lutein). Yellow dye obtained from plants. In its natural state is found in green leafy vegetables, marigold and egg yolk.

E 161 (g) * (Xanthophylls - Canthaxanthin). Yellow dye. Can be obtained from animal sources (retinol). Located in some fungi, crustaceans, fish, feathers of flamingos.

E 162 (Beetroot Red, Betanin). Purple dye obtained from red beet. No evidence of adverse effects.

E 163 (Anthocyanins). Violet dye obtained from flowers and other plants. Harmless f.

E 170 * (Calcium carbonate). Mineral salt that is used in toothpaste, white paints, detergents. Can be extracted from rocks or bones of animals. Sometimes used to reduce the acidity of the wine and increase the stability of frozen fruits and vegetables. In high doses is toxic.

E 171 (Titanium dioxide). White dye, used in toothpastes, white paint. No evidence of adverse effects.

E 172 (Iron oxides and hydroxides). They have black, yellow or red. Used in sausages, shrimp paste. In high doses are toxic.

E 173 (Aluminium). Avoid use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 174 (Silver). Avoid use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 175 (Gold). Avoid use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 180 (Latolrubine BK). Avoid use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 181 (Tannic acid, tannins). Obtained from the gall and twigs of oak. Naturally contained in tea. Used as a clarifying (purification) alcohol substance.

PRESERVATIVES from (E 200 - E 290)

E 200 (Sorbic acid). Obtained from the fruit (strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries) or synthetically. Possible skin irritant.

E 201 (Sodium sorbate). No evidence of adverse reactions
E 202 (Potassium sorbate). No evidence of adverse reactions.

E 203 (Calcium sorbate). No evidence of adverse reactions.

E 210 * (Benzoic acid). Addition to alcoholic beverages, baked foods, cheese, chewing gum, spices, some frozen foods, sauces, confectionery, sugar substitute, used in cosmetics, as well as an antiseptic in some protivokashlichni drugs or as a fungicide in ointments, etc. . Can cause asthma attacks in people with asthma who are corticosteroid therapy. Known cases of neurological disorders, but because of its interaction with sulfur disulphide (222) can trigger hyperactivity in children.

E 211 (Sodium benzoate). Used as an antiseptic, as a preservative and to improve the taste of foods low in quality. In large quantities (over 25 mg. 250 ml.) Contained in the orange-colored drinks. Add also in milk and meat products, spices, sauces, baked works lollipops. It is also used in medicines for oral use as: Actifed, Phenergan and Tyrenol. May worsen the course of asthma and cause redness and hives on the skin.

212 (Potassium benzoate). In people with allergies can cause allergic reactions. Using it is as E 210.

E 213 (Calcium benzoate). See described for E 212.

E 214 (Ethyl p-hydroxybenzoate). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

215 (Sodium ethyl p-hydroxybenzoate). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

Is 216 (Propyl p-hydroxybenzoate). Possible contact allergen.

E 217 (Sodium propyl p-hydroxybenzoate). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

Is 218 (Methyl p-hydroxybenzoate). Possible allergic reactions. Mainly affects the skin.

E 219 (Sodium methyl p-hydroxybenzoate). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 220 (Sulphur dioxide). Obtained from coal tar. All sulfur compounds are toxic and their use should be limited. Can cause asthma attack. Hard to metabolism in people with impaired kidney function. Destroys vitamin B1. Used in beer, soft drinks, dried fruit, juices, inflammatory agents, wine, vinegar, tomato products.

E 221 (Sodium sulphite). Used in fresh orange juices. See also described for E 220.

E 222 (Sodium hydrogen sulphite). See described for E 220.

E 223 (Sodium metabisulphite). See described for E 220.

E 224 (Potassium metabisulphite). See described for E 220.

E 225 (Potassium sulphite). See described for E 220.

E 226 (Calcium sulphite). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 227 (Calcium hydrogen sulphite). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 228 (Potassium hydrogen sulphite). See described for E 220.

E 230 (Biphenyl, Diphenyl). In some countries is prohibited. Used in agriculture. It is found in citrus fruits.

E 231 (Orthophenyl phenol). In some countries is prohibited. Used in agriculture. It is found in plums, carrots, peaches, nectarines, pears, raisins, potatoes, citrus fruit, pineapples, tomatoes, peppers, cherries.

E 232 (Sodium orthophenyl phenol). See described for E 231.

E 233 (Thiabendazole). In some countries is prohibited. Used in agriculture. It is found in citrus fruits, apples, plums, potatoes, bananas, mushrooms, milk, meat.

E 234 (Nisin). Antibiotic produced by bacteria. Contained in beer, fermented dairy products, tomato sauces and purees.

E 235 (Natamycin). Soft inhibitor isolated from bacteria. Used to treat thrush (a disease caused by fungi of the genus Candida). Can cause nausea, vomiting, anorexia, diarrhea, skin irritation. Discovered in meat, cheese.

E 236 (Formic acid). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.
Is 237 (Sodium formate). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 238 (Calcium formate). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 239 (Hexamethylene tetramine). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 249 (Potassium nitrite). Nitrite in the body block and deplete hemoglobin oxygen transfer from blood to all body tissues. Are particularly dangerous in infants and young children. Potential carcinogens.

E 250 (Sodium nitrite). Can lead to hyperactivity. Potential carcinogen. In the stomach can interact with other chemicals to form nitrosamines. It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries its use is limited.

E 251 (Sodium nitrate). See described for E 250. It is also used for obtaining nitric acid and fertilizers, as well as in fermented meat products.

E 252 * (Potassium nitrate). Can be isolated from carcasses of animals or plants. Used as an explosive production of fertilizers and as a preservative for meat. Can lead to hyperactivity. Potential carcinogen. In some countries its use is limited (see IS 249).

E 260 (Acetic acid). Produced synthetically from wood fibers. Main component of vinegar. It is also used in pickles, sauces.

E 261 (Potassium acetate). Should be avoided by people with impaired kidney function. Used in pickles, sauces and other products with a sour taste.

E 262 (Sodium acetate, Sodium diacetat). Used to acidification of the products. Adjust acidity. No evidence of adverse effects.

E 263 (Calcium acetate). Used to acidification of the products. Adjust acidity. Intermediate in the production of alcohol from wood. Raw material for acetic acid (E 260) and stabilizers for textile dyes.

264 (Ammonium acetate). Can cause nausea and vomiting.

E 270 (Lactic acid). Used to acidification of the products. Adjust acidity. It is produced by heating and fermentation of carbohydrates in milk, potatoes or molasses. Infants and young children find it difficult to metabolise. Used in cakes, decorations, soft, sometimes beer, food for infants.

E 280 (Propionic acid). It is believed that all propionic compounds are associated with migraine pain. In its natural state contained in fermented foods. Can be obtained synthetically from ethylene monoxide and carbon monoxide, by propionic aldehyde, the fermentation of wood and others. Produced during the digestion of fiber by bacteria. Used in the manufacture of bread and other bakery products.

E 281 (Sodium propionate). Can cause migraine pain. Used in the manufacture of bakery products.

E 282 (Calcium propionate). See described for E 281.

E 283 (Potassium propionate). See described for E 281.

E 290 (Carbon dioxide). Produced in the manufacture of lime. May enhance the effects of alcohol. Contained in wine, soft drinks, confectionery.

ACIDS, antioxidants, mineral salts of (E 296 - E 385)

E 296 (Malic acid). Obtained from the fruit or synthetically. It is recommended to avoid its use in infants and young children.

E 297 (Fumaric acid). Obtained from plants of the genus Fumaria (mostly F.officinalis) or by fermentation of glucose. Can be used to flavor, podkiselyavane as antioxidant for carbonation of soft drinks or as a raising agent for cakes.

E 300 (Ascorbic acid). This is vitamin C. It is found naturally in fruits and vegetables. Can be obtained synthetically from glucose.

E 301 (Sodium ascorbate). Sodium salt of vitamin C.

E 302 (Calcium ascorbate). May increase the risk of formation of oxalate kidney stones.

E 303 (Potassium ascorbate). Potassium salt of vitamin C.

E 304 (Ascorbyl palmitate, Ascorbyl stearate). Esters of ascorbic acid (E300) with fatty acids.

E 306, E307, E 308, E 309 (Tocopherols, alpha-, gamma-, delta-). Contains vitamin E in vegetable oils (soy, wheat, rice, cotton, corn, etc.).. He is a strong antioxidant. Protects vitamin A from oxidation. Used as an additive to margarine and sauces.

310 (Propyl gallate). Used to prevent fat rancidity. Can cause gastritis or inflammation of the skin, impaired circulation and methemoglobinemia (impaired transfer of oxygen from blood to body tissues). Used in various fats, margarine, sauces. Sometimes enter into the composition of packaging materials.

E 311 (Octyl gallate). See described for E 310.

E 312 (Dodecyl gallate). See described for E 310.

E 317 (Erythorbic acid). Produced from sucrose.

E 318 (Sodium erythorbate). Obtained from the E 317.

E 319 (Tert-ButylHydroQuinone (TBHQ)). Obtained from petroleum. It is recommended to avoid its use. Can cause nausea, vomiting, delirium. Quantity about 5 grams is considered lethal. Contained in fats, oils and margarine.

E 320 (Butylated hydroxy-anisole (BHA)). Obtained from petroleum. Slows decay of food as a result of oxidation. Contained in fats, oils, margarine, chewing gum, nuts, pieces of tomato plastic food packaging. Can cause allergic reactions, may trigger hyperactivity. There is evidence of carcinogenicity and effects similar to estrogen. At high doses, leads to the formation of tumors in experimental animals. Of 1958 banned in Japan. It is proposed to be banned in Britain. McDonald's does not use it in their products by 1986.

321 (Butylated hydroxy-toluene (BHT)). Obtained from petroleum. See also described for E 320.

E 322 * (Lecithins). Obtained from soybean, egg yolk, peanuts, corn or animal sources. It is not toxic, but in high doses can cause stomach disorders, appetite suppression and profuse sweating. Used to support the mixing of fats in margarine, but also in chocolate, mayonnaise, milk powder.

E 325 * (Sodium lactate). Obtained from the milk. May contain pork renin (a hormone the kidney). Children with lactose intolerance may experience side effects.

E 326 * (Potassium lactate). See described for E 325.

E 327 * (Calcium lactate). See described for E 325.

E 328 * (Ammonium lactate). See described for E 325.

E 329 * (Magnesium lactate). See described for E 325.

E 330 (Citric acid). Used to acidification of food products. Obtained from citrus fruits. It is found in biscuits, frozen fish, cheese and other dairy products, baby foods, cakes, soups, rye bread, soft drinks, fermented meat products.

E 331 (Sodium citrates). Used to acidification of food products. No evidence of adverse effects.

E 332 (Potassium citrates). Used to acidification of food products. No evidence of adverse effects.

E 333 (Calcium citrates). Used to acidification of food products. In small doses did not induce side effects.

E 334 (Tartaric acid). Used to acidification of food products. Obtained from the unpeeled fruit, grapefruit juice.

E 335 (Sodium tartrates). Used to acidification of food products. No evidence of adverse effects.

E 336 (Potassium tartrates). Used to acidification of food products. No evidence of adverse effects.

337 (Sodium potassium tartrates). Used to acidification of food products. No evidence of adverse effects.

E 338 (Phosphoric acid). Used to acidification of food products. Obtained from phosphate ore. Moisture in cheese and their derivatives. No evidence of adverse effects.

E 339 (Sodium phosphates). Mineral salt. Used as a laxative and dyestuffs in the textile industry. Taken in large quantities violate the normal ratio of calcium and phosphorus in the body.

E 340 (Potassium phosphates). See described for E 339.

E 341 * (Calcium phosphates). Mineral salt that is found in rocks and bones. Used as an antacid and polishing tooth enamel.

E 343 (Magnesium phosphates). Mineral salt.
E 350 (Sodium malates). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 351 (Potassium malate). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 352 (Calcium malates). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 353 (Metatartaric acid). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 354 (Calcium tartrate). According to previous observations is safe.

E 355 (Adipic acid). Obtained from the roots. Refers to fat.

E 357 (Potassium adipate). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 363 (Succinic acid). It is recommended to avoid use her in some countries is prohibited.

365 (Sodium fumarate). Salt of fumaric acid.

Was 366 (Potassium fumarate). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 367 (Calcium fumarate). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 370 (1,4-Heptonolactone). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

Is 375 (Niacin Vitamin B3). In its natural state contained in beans, peas and other legumes in milk, eggs, meat, shrimp and fish. At doses over 1000 mg. day can lead to liver damage, diabetes, gastritis, eye damage and increased serum uric acid (leading to gout). In quantities of less than 50-100 mg. can cause flushing (harmless but painful), headache, abdominal pain, especially when taken on an empty stomach.

E 380 (Tri-ammonium citrate). Can affect the liver and pancreas.

E 381 (Ammonium ferric citrates). Obtained from the citric acid. Used as a supplement of iron to cereals and dietetic foods.

E 385 (Calcium disodium EDTA). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

Resins, emulsifiers, stabilizers and others.

E 400 (Alginic acid). Obtained from the seaweed. Used in caramelized products, flavored milk, thickened cream and yoghurt. In small amounts, did not induce side effects. Large quantities can inhibit the absorption of some nutrients.

E 401 (Sodium alginate). See described for E 400.

E 402 (Potassium alginate). See described for E 400.

E 403 (Ammonium alginate). See described for E 400.

E 404 (Calcium alginate). See described for E 400.

E 405 (Propylene glycol alginate). Obtained from petroleum. For more information see described for oil derivatives in the previous table.

E 406 (Agar). Obtained from red algae. Sometimes used as a laxative. It is found in meat products and ice cream.

E 407 (Carrageenan). Recently demonstrated its relationship to cancer, since effects of ethylene oxide (used for cold sterilization of products) is formed chlorohydrins ethylene, which is highly carcinogenic activity. There are also toxic properties associated with the formation of ulcers and cancer. The most serious injuries have breakdown products of Carrageenan. Although it is used in a natural state in the intestines in his degradation get different derivatives.

E 410 (Locust bean gum). Produced by certain types of acacia. Used in lollipops and more. is sucking candies, spices, some flour products, sauces, fruit juices, often decaf chocolate substitutes. Can lower blood cholesterol.

E 412 (Guar gum). Obtained from the seeds of Cyamoposis tetragonolobus, a plant grown in India. Used to feed cattle in the U.S.. Can cause nausea, flatulence and cramps. Leads to lowering blood cholesterol.

E 413 (Tragacanth). Pitch, obtained from wood - Astragalus gummifer. Used in food, medicines such as nasal drops, syrups, tablets. It is used in cosmetics. It is possible to cause contact allergy.

E 414 (Acacia). Obtained from the sap of Acacia Sengal. Easily destroyed in the gastrointestinal tract. Allergy. Soothes inflamed mucous slime.

E 415 (Xanthan gum). Produced by fermentation of grains.
E 416 (Karaya gum). Obtained from the tree Sterculia urens. Often used in combination with E 410 in ice cream, caramel, pastry, as filler, which gives them dazmozhnost to increase its volume more than 100 times while adding water. Allergy.

E 417 (Tara gum). Obtained from the plant Caesalpinia Spinosa, which grows in Ecuador, Peru and Kenya.

E 420 (Sorbitol). Sweetener glucose or fruit. Used in sucking candies, dried fruits, confectionery, candy, low calorie foods, pharmaceutical syrups, eye drops and is one of the most commonly used preservatives in cosmetics. Can cause digestive disorders.
E 421 Mannitol Artificial sweetener derived. Allergy. Can cause diarrhea, kidney function disruption, nausea, vomiting. The most commonly used in low calorie foods.

E 422 * (Glycerol). Sweetener. Colorless alcohol. Obtained from fat and alkali salts. Intermediate in the manufacture of soap from animal or vegetable fat. Can be obtained from petroleum products. And synthesized from propylene or from fermentation of sugar. Used in the shell of sausage, cheese and more. In dried fruit, liqueurs, vodka. Believed to protect DNA from damage caused by inducers of carcinogenesis, ultraviolet light and radiation. In large quantities leads to headaches, thirst, nausea and high blood sugar levels. It is also used in sweets, candy, low calorie foods.

E 430 *
E 431 * (Polyoxyethylene stearate)

E 432 * (Polysorbate 20). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 433 * (Polysorbate 80). Emulsifier. Obtained from the fatty acids of animal origin. Used as a fragrance, a surfactant, in soaps, conditioners. Can increase the absorption of fat-soluble substances.

E 434 * (Polysorbate 40). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 435 * (Polysorbate 60). See described for E 433.

E 436 * (Polysorbate 65). See described for E 433.

E 440 (a) (Pectin). An especially in the cortex of apples. Used to thicken jams, jellies, sauces. In large amounts can cause flatulence and gastrointestinal discomfort.

E 440 (b) (Amidated pectin). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 441 * (Gelatine). Allergy. Can contain is 220. Asthma and allergy to sulfites should be careful with its use.

E 442 (Ammonium phosphatides). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 450 (Diphosphates). High doses can disrupt the normal ratio of calcium and phosphorus in the body.

E 460 (Cellulose). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 461 (Methyl cellulose). Can cause flatulence and distortion of dilating the gastrointestinal tract.

E 463 (Hydroxypropyl cellulose). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 464 (Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 465 (Ethyl methyl cellulose). No evidence of adverse effects.

Is 466 (Carboxy methyl cellulose, Sodium methyl cellulose). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 469 (Sodium caseinate). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 470 * (Fatty acids salts). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 471 * (Mono & di glycerides of fatty acids). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 472 * (Fatty acid esters of glycerides). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 473 * (Sucrose esters of fatty acids). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 474 * (Sucroglycerides). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 475 * (Polyglycerol esters of fatty acids). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 476 * (Polyglycerol polyricinoleate). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 477 * (Propylene glycol esters of fatty acids). Obtained from petroleum. No evidence of adverse effects.

E 478 *
E 479 (b) *. It is produced by thermal oxidation of soybean oil and the impact of mono-and diglycerides of fatty acids.

E 480 (Dioctyl sodium sulphosuccinate). Still in the learning process.

E 481 * (Sodium stearoyl-2-lactylate). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 482 * (Calcium stearoyl-2-lactylate). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 483 * (Stearyl tartrate). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 491 * (Sorbitan monostearate). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 492 * (Sorbitan tristearate). Can increase the absorption of fat-soluble substances.

E 493 * (Sorbitan monolaurate). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 494 * (Sorbitan monooleate). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 495 * (Sorbitan monopalmitate). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

Mineral salts from the fabric softener (E 500 - E 585)

E 500 (Sodium carbonates). In small amounts, no adverse findings.

E 501 (Potassium carbonates). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 503 (Ammonium carbonates). Irritates mucous membranes.

Is 504 (Magnesium carbonates). In medicine is used as an antacid and laxative.

E 507 (Hydrochloric acid). In small amounts is safe.

E 508 (Potassium chloride). In large quantities can cause stomach ulcers.

E 509 (Calcium chloride). Is obtained from seawater.

Is 510 (Ammonium chloride). Should be avoided by people with impaired function of the liver or kidneys. Most often used in products of flour.

E 511 (Magnesium chloride). Natural mineral.

E 513 (Sulphuric acid). It is recommended to avoid use her in some countries is prohibited.

E 514 (Sodium sulphates). May impair the water balance in the body.

E 515 (Potassium sulphates). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 516 (Calcium sulphate). Obtained from the limestone.

E 518 (Magnesium sulphate). Used as a laxative.

E 519 (Cooper sulphate). Natural mineral.

E 524 (Sodium hydroxide). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 525 (Potassium hydroxide). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 526 (Calcium hydroxide). In small amounts, no adverse findings.

E 527 (Ammonium hydroxide). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 528 (Magnesium hydroxide). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 529 (Calcium oxide). In small amounts is safe.

E 530 (Magnesium oxide). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 535 (Sodium ferrocyanide). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 536 (Potassium ferrocyanide). Intermediate in the production of gas. Has low toxicity.

E 540 (Dicalcium diphosphate). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 541 (Sodium aluminium phosphate, Acidic). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 542 * (Bone phosphate). Obtained from the bones. Used in dried milk for coffee.

E 544 (Calcium polyphosphates). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 545A (mmonium polyphosphates). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 551 (Silicon dioxide). No evidence of adverse effects when used in food products.

E 552 (Calcium silicate). Obtained from the coal and limestone algae (diatoma). Used as an antacid. No evidence of adverse effects.

E 553 (a) (Magnesium silicates). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 553 (b) (Talc). Associated with stomach cancer. Contained in polished rice, chocolates, confectionery.

E 554 (Sodium aluminium silicate). Used in salt, milk powder and flour. It is believed that aluminum damage the placenta during pregnancy and is associated with Alzheimer's disease.

E 556 (Calcium aluminium silicate). Obtained from mineral salts. Used in dry milk. See also described for E 554.

Was 558 (Bentonite). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 559 (Aluminium silicate (Kaolin)). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 570 * (Stearic acid). There may be animal origin. See also described for stearate.

E 572 * (Magnesium stearate). No evidence of adverse effects when used in food products.

E 575 (Glucono delta-lactone). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 576 (Sodium gluconate). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 577 (Potassium gluconate). No evidence of adverse effects.

E 578 (Calcium gluconate). No evidence of adverse effects.
E 579 (Ferrous gluconate). Obtained from iron and glucose. Used in olives, in addition to iron. In small amounts is safe.

E 585 (Ferrous lactate)

Of fresheners (E 620 - E 640)

Is 620 * (Glutamic acid). Flavoring and salt substitutes. This amino acid is found in many animal and plant proteins. The most commonly occurs in industrial quantities by bacteria. Can cause side effects described for E 621. It is recommended to avoid its use by young children.

Is 621 (Monosodium glutamate (MSG)). Flavoring and salt substitutes. Produced by fermentation of molasses. Side effects can occur in patients with asthma. The most commonly used in frozen vegetables, frozen tuna and many other frozen foods in sauces.

E 622 (Monopotassium glutamate). Can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain. The most commonly used in salt substitutes.

E 623 (Calcium diglutamate). Salt substitutes. No evidence of adverse effects.

E 624 (Monoammonium glutamate). Salt substitutes. No evidence of adverse effects.

Is 625 (Magnesium diglutamate). Salt substitutes. No evidence of adverse effects.

E 626 (Guanylic acid). May worsen the course of gout.

E 627 (Disodium guanylate). Obtained from sardines or yeast. May worsen the course of gout.

E 629 (Calcium guanylate). May worsen the course of gout.

E 631 * (Disodium inosinate). Obtained from meat or sardines. May worsen the course of gout.

E 633 (Calcium inosinate). May worsen the course of gout.

E 635 * (Disodium 5'-ribonucleotide). Can lead to itchy skin rash 30 hours after its adoption. The magnitude of response depends on the quantity and accumulates with each dose. Used in flavored chips, noodles, pie. It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 636 (Maltol). Obtained from pine bark, pine needles, chicory, oils and roasted malt. Can be obtained in synthetically.

E 637 (Ethyl maltol). Produced by Maltol.
E 640 * (Glycine and its sodium salts).

Taps from (E 900 - E 1520)

Is 900 (Dimethyl polysiloxane). Obtained from silicone.

E 901 * (Beeswaxes). Beeswax. Shine (coating material). Used for coating of fruits. Can cause allergic reactions.

E 903 (Carnauba wax). Obtained from the palm, growing in South America. Used in cosmetics, in the manufacture of ink and coating of fruits. Can cause allergic reactions.

E 904 * (Shellac). Produced by insects. Irritating to skin.

E 905 * (Paraffins, Microcrystalline wax). Can impair the absorption of fat soluble vitamins (A, D, E, K). Mild laxative. Associated with bladder tumors. Used in cakes, yeast, vitamin tablets, dried fruit, candy.

E 907 * (Refined microcrystalline wax). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.

E 913 * (Lanolin). Obtained from sheep wool.

920 E * (L-Cystein). Obtained from animal sources (hair, feathers).

921 E * (L-Cystin). See E 920.

E 924 (Potassium bromate). In high doses can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, pain. Used in products of flour.

E 925 (Chlorine). Destroys nutrients. Carcinogen. In some areas, drinking water it contains in excess of the limit. Used in products of flour.

E 926 (Chlorine dioxide). See described for E 925.

E 927 (Azodicarbonamide). It is recommended to avoid its use. In some countries is prohibited.
E 928 (Benzoyl peroxide). Used for bleaching refined flours. In people with asthma or other allergies use should be limited. See also described for E 210.

E 931 (Nitrogen). It is used in freezing and vacuum packed products. According to current data is safe.

E 932 (Nitrous oxide). In small amounts is safe.

E 950 (Acesulfame potassium (Acesulfame K)). Nekalorichen sweetener 200 times sweeter than sugar. Used in cakes, frozen desserts, candies, dairy products, medicines, cosmetics, mouthwash, especially in beverages. CSPI (Center for Science in the Public Interest) includes artificial sweeteners - aspartame, saccharin and acesulfame K in its list of "ten worst additives. They cause tumors in experimental animals and increase the risk of developing cancer in humans.

E 951 * (Aspartame). Artificial sweetener with many side effects. Some people are allergic to it, the most common side effect is their migraine pain.

E 952 (Cyclamic acid). Calcium and sodium cyclamate are artificial sweeteners that cause migraines and other side effects. Can lead to cancer. In animal experiments found testicular damage in rats and mice embryos. Banned in the USA and UK.

E 954 (Saccharines). Calcium and sodium saccharin artificial sweeteners are derived from toluene (notice carcinogen). In 1977 it is prohibited in the U.S., which was restored after use, when required to label the following: "The use of this product is dangerous to your health, this product contains saccharin which has been found to cause cancer in experimental Animals. "

E 957 (Thaumatin). Artificial sweetener. Represents protein derived from tropical plant Thaumococcus danielli. It is used to sweeten wines, bread and fruit.

E 965 (Maltitol). Hydrogenated glyukozov syrup. Hardly degraded by digestive enzymes. Used in cakes, candies, dried fruit, low calorie foods. In high doses act laxative.

E 967 (Xylitol). It is found in raspberries, plums, lettuce, etc.. In an industrial scale is derived from wood. Diuretic effect and causes the formation of kidney stones. Used in low calorie foods, low carbohydrate sweets, ice cream and sweet.
999 (Quillaia extract). Emulsifier, natural surfactant (surfactant), sparkling substance. Produced from wood grown in Chile (Quillaia Saponaria). Used in beer, soda water. Accelerates the healing of skin and reduces oiliness J.

Is 1100 * (Amylase). Produced by Mushroom or pig pancreas.

Is 1200 (Polydextrose). In small amounts is safe.

E 1201 (Polyvinylpyrrolidone). Dispersible substance. Used to cover the tablets and artificial sweeteners.

E 1202 (Polyvinylpolypyrrolidone). Wine clarifying agent. It is also used to stabilize the paint.

E 1400
E 1450 starch. No evidence of adverse effects.

E 1505 (Triethyl acetate). Part of it is converted into alcohol in the body.

1510 E (Ethanol). Alcohol.

E 1517
E 1518 * (Glycerol acetates). Obtained from glycerol. The U.S. used to cover fresh fruits.

E 1520 (Propylene glycol). Moisturizer and dispersible substance. Obtained from petroleum. The sweet taste makes it widely used in medicines for children in health and syrups. Contained in creams, ointments, cosmetics, deodorants, hair products. When administered intravenously causes heart attacks. Poddtiskane leads to the central nervous system and contact dermatitis.


* Food additives that may be extracted or obtained primarily from animals


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