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Saturday, April 26, 2008

Food dyes may help prevent cancer

The Times of India: "LONDON: They may be known for severe health hazards, but food dyes indeed have a positive side- protection against cancer, says a new study.

The study was conducted over trout, a species of freshwater fish, which were given carcinogens dibenzopyrene (DBP) or aflatoxin in their feed either with or without food dyes Red 40 or Blue 2, for one month."

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