A new study out of the UK reveals that additives in foods
increases hyperactivity in children. The study of a test
group of 277 preschoolers found that when additives were
removed from the children’s diets, the rate of hyperactivity
decreased substantially. According to Dr. John Warner, the
lead scientist in the study, “The effect is significant
but its magnitude requires further elaboration before making
any sweeping recommendations about legislation on permitted
food additives.”