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Soft Drink Ingredient Caused Cancer in Lab Animals
Studies are finding a chemical widely found in soft drinks can cause cancer in lab animals. How many sodas are you drinking a day?
Researchers are investigating just how dangerous the caramel coloring chemicals are that are used in many of the popular drinks we ingest each day. These popular drinks are the soft drinks such as Coke and Pepsi.
The researchers recently conducted a study to see if this caramel coloring chemical, which is not made of real caramel but a chemical known a 4-methylimidazole or 4-MI, could pose a cancer health risk. The study was conducted on lab animals. They were injected with high levels of the 4-MI which also contains a chemical process that uses another chemical, ammonia. Soon there was evidence that the animals had cancer.
According to a popular website, WebMd, The CSPI (Center For The Science in the Public Interest has already asked the FDA to banned companies from using this additive. They also want the named changed to "chemically modified caramel coloring."
This study is fascinating since most people drinks a lot of soda. In my household, my husband is the soda drinker. Daily, he will consume three sodas per day. There is also cancer in his family. Recently, his aunt, who raised him, died from lung cancer. Hearing this new research and knowing he already has risk factors for cancer, I am highly concerned about his soda habit.
I do like the fact that the FDA has stated that a human would have to drink a thousand sodas a day to get the same amount of 4-MI that was ingested into the lab animals, that eventually was diagnosed with cancer. No human, not even my husband, can drink that many sodas in a day, week, or even a month. He may drink that many in a year, though.
I also like the fact that the many companies, such as Coke and Pepsi have modified their products. These products now match the 4-Mi limits set by the state of California.
Of course, articles like this do still worry me. Cancer is a scary disease. What will I do since reading this? I will encourage my husband to eat better, exercise and to cut back on his soda habit.