Artificial dyes are found in thousands of foods — Fruity Pebbles, gummy bears, soda, vitamins, you name it — and some sources estimate their consumption has increased 500 percent in the past 50 years. That bag of skittles may be a go-to movie theater snack, but take one look at the label and taste a rainbow of lab-made colors from Red 40 to Yellow 5 to Blue 1. In The FDA has banned specific artificial colors in the past, but plenty remain approved and on the market. Is it safe to eat all those artificially bright foods just because they look pretty?

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