The use of artificial dyes in food products has been a common practice since the days of ancient Egypt. As far back as 1500 B.C. substances such as red wine and mustard have been used to help improve the color of foods and fabrics, and the trade of such colors/herbs/dyes is a longstanding tradition. But…

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New Year’s Libation Frustration Unfortunately for many of us, “Happy New Year’s” is synonymous with, “Unhappy morning-after hangover.” ¬†Similarly to many elements in life, the age old adage of “To much of a good thing is a bad thing,” is ever so true concerning alcohol consumption. ¬†We’ve all heard the horror stories about the damage…