E461 (E 400-499 Tires, thickeners, stabilizers and emulsifiers)
Name :

methylcellulose

Group : Suspicious
Warning : Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
Comment : Can cause flatulence and conduction disturbance in the gastrointestinal tract.
Product Count ingredients
Diet Coke
(1) Phenylalanine
The effect of phenylalanine and stimulants and antidepressants. It improves brain function and memory (and according to some - and sexual activity), and decreased appetite and need for sleep. Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid involved in the building of proteins in the body. Natural source of phenylalanine is brown rice.
|(19) aspartame
Can cause allergic reactions.
saccharin
Carcinogen.
Fructose-glucose syrup
Consumption in large quantities is dangerous to health. The liver fails to process it instantly into energy and converts it into fat. Increases the risk of cardiovascular problems, insulin resistance and diabetes.
benzoic acid
Not recommended for use in children.
sodium benzoate
May worsen the course of asthma and cause redness and hives on the skin.
potassium benzoate
Can lead to allergic reactions.
Diphosphate
High doses can disrupt the normal ratio of calcium and phosphorus in the body.
methylcellulose
Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
potassium hydroxide
Recommended to avoid its use.
Artificial flavor
It has undefined effects on health. It is preferable to not consume it.
plain caramel
For children is particularly harmful. Can cause hyperactivity.
silver
Avoid use.
citric acid
No evidence of adverse effects.
potassium citrate
No evidence of adverse effects.
phosphoric acid
No evidence of adverse effects.
dimethylpolysiloxane
No evidence of adverse effects.
urea
Recommended to avoid its use.
oxygen
No evidence of adverse effects.
Salt
Needed by the body , but in small quantities .
Dr Pepper® (Small)
Diet Dr Pepper® (Small)
(1) Phenylalanine
The effect of phenylalanine and stimulants and antidepressants. It improves brain function and memory (and according to some - and sexual activity), and decreased appetite and need for sleep. Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid involved in the building of proteins in the body. Natural source of phenylalanine is brown rice.
|(21) Acesulfame-K
It may be a carcinogen.
aspartame
Can cause allergic reactions.
sucralose
Carcinogen. It causes damage to our metabolism, and with continuous consumption damages all internal organs.
Fructose-glucose syrup
Consumption in large quantities is dangerous to health. The liver fails to process it instantly into energy and converts it into fat. Increases the risk of cardiovascular problems, insulin resistance and diabetes.
benzoic acid
Not recommended for use in children.
sodium benzoate
May worsen the course of asthma and cause redness and hives on the skin.
potassium benzoate
Can lead to allergic reactions.
Diphosphate
High doses can disrupt the normal ratio of calcium and phosphorus in the body.
methylcellulose
Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
potassium hydroxide
Recommended to avoid its use.
Artificial flavor
It has undefined effects on health. It is preferable to not consume it.
plain caramel
For children is particularly harmful. Can cause hyperactivity.
citric acid
No evidence of adverse effects.
Sodium citrate
No evidence of adverse effects.
phosphoric acid
No evidence of adverse effects.
sodium adipate
No evidence of adverse effects.
Sucrose
No evidence of adverse effects.
dimethylpolysiloxane
No evidence of adverse effects.
urea
Recommended to avoid its use.
oxygen
No evidence of adverse effects.
Salt
Needed by the body , but in small quantities .
Sprite
Diet Dr Pepper® (Child)
(1) Phenylalanine
The effect of phenylalanine and stimulants and antidepressants. It improves brain function and memory (and according to some - and sexual activity), and decreased appetite and need for sleep. Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid involved in the building of proteins in the body. Natural source of phenylalanine is brown rice.
|(21) Acesulfame-K
It may be a carcinogen.
aspartame
Can cause allergic reactions.
sucralose
Carcinogen. It causes damage to our metabolism, and with continuous consumption damages all internal organs.
Fructose-glucose syrup
Consumption in large quantities is dangerous to health. The liver fails to process it instantly into energy and converts it into fat. Increases the risk of cardiovascular problems, insulin resistance and diabetes.
benzoic acid
Not recommended for use in children.
sodium benzoate
May worsen the course of asthma and cause redness and hives on the skin.
potassium benzoate
Can lead to allergic reactions.
Diphosphate
High doses can disrupt the normal ratio of calcium and phosphorus in the body.
methylcellulose
Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
potassium hydroxide
Recommended to avoid its use.
Artificial flavor
It has undefined effects on health. It is preferable to not consume it.
plain caramel
For children is particularly harmful. Can cause hyperactivity.
citric acid
No evidence of adverse effects.
Sodium citrate
No evidence of adverse effects.
phosphoric acid
No evidence of adverse effects.
sodium adipate
No evidence of adverse effects.
Sucrose
No evidence of adverse effects.
dimethylpolysiloxane
No evidence of adverse effects.
urea
Recommended to avoid its use.
oxygen
No evidence of adverse effects.
Salt
Needed by the body , but in small quantities .
Diet Dr Pepper® (Large)
(1) Phenylalanine
The effect of phenylalanine and stimulants and antidepressants. It improves brain function and memory (and according to some - and sexual activity), and decreased appetite and need for sleep. Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid involved in the building of proteins in the body. Natural source of phenylalanine is brown rice.
|(21) Acesulfame-K
It may be a carcinogen.
aspartame
Can cause allergic reactions.
sucralose
Carcinogen. It causes damage to our metabolism, and with continuous consumption damages all internal organs.
Fructose-glucose syrup
Consumption in large quantities is dangerous to health. The liver fails to process it instantly into energy and converts it into fat. Increases the risk of cardiovascular problems, insulin resistance and diabetes.
benzoic acid
Not recommended for use in children.
sodium benzoate
May worsen the course of asthma and cause redness and hives on the skin.
potassium benzoate
Can lead to allergic reactions.
Diphosphate
High doses can disrupt the normal ratio of calcium and phosphorus in the body.
methylcellulose
Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
potassium hydroxide
Recommended to avoid its use.
Artificial flavor
It has undefined effects on health. It is preferable to not consume it.
plain caramel
For children is particularly harmful. Can cause hyperactivity.
citric acid
No evidence of adverse effects.
Sodium citrate
No evidence of adverse effects.
phosphoric acid
No evidence of adverse effects.
sodium adipate
No evidence of adverse effects.
Sucrose
No evidence of adverse effects.
dimethylpolysiloxane
No evidence of adverse effects.
urea
Recommended to avoid its use.
oxygen
No evidence of adverse effects.
Salt
Needed by the body , but in small quantities .
Diet Dr Pepper® (Medium)
(1) Phenylalanine
The effect of phenylalanine and stimulants and antidepressants. It improves brain function and memory (and according to some - and sexual activity), and decreased appetite and need for sleep. Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid involved in the building of proteins in the body. Natural source of phenylalanine is brown rice.
|(21) Acesulfame-K
It may be a carcinogen.
aspartame
Can cause allergic reactions.
sucralose
Carcinogen. It causes damage to our metabolism, and with continuous consumption damages all internal organs.
Fructose-glucose syrup
Consumption in large quantities is dangerous to health. The liver fails to process it instantly into energy and converts it into fat. Increases the risk of cardiovascular problems, insulin resistance and diabetes.
benzoic acid
Not recommended for use in children.
sodium benzoate
May worsen the course of asthma and cause redness and hives on the skin.
potassium benzoate
Can lead to allergic reactions.
Diphosphate
High doses can disrupt the normal ratio of calcium and phosphorus in the body.
methylcellulose
Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
potassium hydroxide
Recommended to avoid its use.
Artificial flavor
It has undefined effects on health. It is preferable to not consume it.
plain caramel
For children is particularly harmful. Can cause hyperactivity.
citric acid
No evidence of adverse effects.
Sodium citrate
No evidence of adverse effects.
phosphoric acid
No evidence of adverse effects.
sodium adipate
No evidence of adverse effects.
Sucrose
No evidence of adverse effects.
dimethylpolysiloxane
No evidence of adverse effects.
urea
Recommended to avoid its use.
oxygen
No evidence of adverse effects.
Salt
Needed by the body , but in small quantities .
Dr Pepper® (Child)
Dr Pepper® (Large)
Кроасан с пълнеж с ванилов аромат и с портокалов пълнеж
(0)|(20) Acetylated distarch phosphate
Can cause diarrhea
Fructose-glucose syrup
Consumption in large quantities is dangerous to health. The liver fails to process it instantly into energy and converts it into fat. Increases the risk of cardiovascular problems, insulin resistance and diabetes.
hydrogenated vegetable oil
Increases the amount of bad cholesterol, and is a factor in the preparation of cardio-vascular diseases. More dangerous than animal fats. It is believed it causes many other diseases: Alzheimer's, cancer, diabetes, disorders of liver functions belong.
potassium sorbate
No evidence of adverse side effects
sorbitol
Laxative effect!
Diphosphate
High doses can disrupt the normal ratio of calcium and phosphorus in the body.
cellulose
Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
methylcellulose
Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
ethylcellulose
Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
carboxymethylcellulose
Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
sodium carboxymethyl cellulose
Intestinal problems. Prohibited for infants!
Artificial flavor
It has undefined effects on health. It is preferable to not consume it.
calcium propionate
Can cause migraine headaches.
citric acid
No evidence of adverse effects.
phosphoric acid
No evidence of adverse effects.
Glycerides of fatty acids
No evidence of adverse effects.
fatty acids
Not for use by vegetarians!
beeswax
Can cause allergic reactions.
distarch phosphate
No evidence of adverse effects.
Salt
Needed by the body , but in small quantities .
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