Modern medicine doesn’t know what causes attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or commonly known as ADHD, but some studies say artificial food coloring plays a role. These colors are found in everything from candy and cereal to mouthwash and marshmallows. Now, a new study from
A Purdue University study finds a possible connection between food dyes and ADHD. The colors, also known as AFCs, are found in everything from candy and cereal to mouthwash and marshmallows. Children could be consuming far more dyes than previously thought.