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9 food ingredients we eat in the U.S. that are banned in other countries
Posted on Wed, Jul 03, 2013
Dr. Jayson Calton and certified nutritionist Mira Calton’s new book, "Rich Food, Poor Food", was released in March and is a comprehensive handbook of grocery store aisles that takes you step-by-step through the store and helps you to avoid foods containing the 150 “poor” ingredients, such as disodium EDTA, benzoates and high fructose corn syrup. ABC News reporter Susanna Kim talked with the Caltons and chemist Derek Lowe to find out why these “poor” ingredients are hazardous to your health.

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