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The Official Food Additives Shoppers' Guide
Food additives are in almost everything we buy, but what are they and how can we recognise what is added? Everything you needed and wanted to know about food additives is found in this compact guide compiled by the Australian & New Zealand Food Authority. Small enough to take to the supermarket, shopping or to use at home, this pocket guide offers the most current and up to date information available and provides a full list of additives and their codes. Find out what are food additives used for, how to match additive numbers with their name and function and how to read food labels.
Although plastics are extremely successful commercially, they would never reach acceptable performance standards either in properties or processing without the incorporation of additives. With the inclusion of additives, plastics can be used in a variety of areas competing directly with other materials, but there are still many challenges to overcome. Some additives are severely restricted by legislation, others interfere with each other-in short their effectiveness varies with circumstances.
Plastics Additives explains these issues in an alphabetical format making them easily accessible to readers, enabling them to find specific information on a specific topic. Each additive is the subject of one or more articles, providing a suffinct account of each given topic.
An international group of experts in additive and polymer science, from many world class companies and institutes, explain the recent rapid changes in additive technology. They cover novel additives (scorch inhibitors, compatibilizers, surface-modified particulates etc.), the established varieties (antioxidants, biocides, antistatic agents, nucleating agents, fillers, fibres, impact modifiers, plasticizers) and many others, the articles also consider environmental concerns, interactions between additives and legislative change. With a quick reference guide and introductory articles that provide the non-specialist and newcomer with relevant information, this reference book is essential reading for anyone concerned with plastics and additives.
Low To No Additives
The essential information about what's in your food, what additives you should avoid and over 120 delicious recipes to help you achieve this.
If you answered yes to any of these questions, it is time to start cooking with additive free food, making safe family meals using the recipes in the low to no additives family favourite recipe book.
- Are you worried about hyperactivity or other behavioural problems in your children?
- Do you suffer from skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis?
- Do you suffer from allergies or other reactions?
- Do you wish to improve your child's behaviour?
- Are you pregnant and concerned for the well being of your unborn child?
- Have you developed sensitivities during your pregnancy?
- Has your child been diagnosed with ADHD or do they have learning difficulties?
- Are the increased rates of autism, anaphylaxis (life threatening allergic reaction) a concern for you?
- Do you react or show sensitivity to certain foods and don't know why?
- Do you have a family history of cancer?
You may be unaware of how sensitive you are to these additives until you change to an additive free diet.
Take a stand against carcinogenic (cancer causing) and mutagenic (a mutagen can change your genetic information) substances in our foods today. Make it clear that we will no longer tolerate the 5% labelling loophole anymore.
Help us aim for additive free food, with zero tolerance and keep your family safe.
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