What is titanium dioxide and why is it in my "healthy" coffee creamer?
Titanium dioxide is a natural substance widely used in candies and dairy products to enhance its color. Although there are controversies regarding its use; however, it is not found to be carcinogenic according to the Physical & Theoretical Chemical Laboratory, Oxford University.
At Native Sun we are very cautious as to which products we bring in containing this ingredient. Due to modern science TD has been made available in ultra fine nano-particulate. There is concern that particulate this fine may be harmful to humans when used in cosmetics. For this reason we have banned products containing nano-particulate from our personal care & beauty department. However at this time, we have found no evidence or studies showing ANY toxicity using this ingredient as a natural food coloring agent.
by shlrdlph 9 years ago
will powdered coffee creamer hurt my dog, a quite abit fell on floor and he ate it befor i could...get to him
by serge9999 5 years ago
Do you think coffee is healthy?
by nanderson500 6 years ago
What is your favorite kind of coffee?
by Jessee R 6 years ago
Cold, flavored, hot, brewing, creamy.... coffee is the best day starter for me... Is it for you!How do you like a cup of your daily refreshing coffee?
by Kelly Kline Burnett 5 years ago
What would you link of a coffee creamer that was also a healthy snack?Imagine going for the afternoon coffee and desiring to reach for the unhealthy snack too. What if you could take your coffee with an additive similar to powder cream or the creamers but that changed the coffee to include vitamins...
by MaeMG 5 years ago
How do you take your coffee?I take mine with regular coffee (nope, it doesn't matter what brand or kind) and a hot chocolate packet/powder.
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