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Two Common Food Dyes Could Be Linked to Inflammatory Bowel Disease Symptoms – Gizmodo

Certain food dyes may play a role in triggering symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), new research, done in mice, suggests. The study found that yellow…

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Certain food dyes may play a role in triggering symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), new research, done in mice, suggests. The study found that yellow and red food dye could trigger chronic gut inflammation in mice, but only if their immune systems were already dysfunctional. The findings will need to be further investigated, but they could carry some important implications for the treatment and management of IBD patients, whose symptoms are often triggered by specific foods and drinks.

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