Carageenan: Unsafe Rumors Unfounded for Natural Additive

September 2005
Environmental Nutrition;Sep2005, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p7
Presents a question and answer advisory concerning the use of carrageenan as food additive in the U.S. Component of carrageenan; Physiological effect of carrageenan based on animal and laboratory studies; Main types of carrageenan and its effect on the intestinal tract.


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