Study by Jim Stevenson, a professor of psychology at England's University of Southampton, results released 9-13-07 in The Lancet: a variety of common food dyes and the preservative sodium benzoate (e.g., an ingredient in many soft drinks, fruit juices, salad dressings) causes some children to become more hyperactive and distractible than usual. Kids can become more hyperactive within one hour of consuming food additives. (Wallis, Claudia. Article from Time Magazine reprinted in Dr. Amen’s News Letter, 9-15-07. The Complete Guide to Your Emotions and Your Health. PA: Rodale Press, 1986, p 624)

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