FDA ban on Brominated Vegetable Oil fruity sports drinks and soda in 2023

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Thursday they are planning to prohibit the sale of fruity sports drinks, soda, and brominated vegetable oil.

The main purpose of banning brominated vegetable oil, fruity sports drinks, and soda is to prevent people from this harmful thing because it has a very bad effect on the human body including damage to the liver, heart, and brain.

The purpose of banning all these drinks is because in research the FDA found that brominated vegetable oil is a food additive primarily used in drinks for fruit flavor.

Many popular brands already stopped using this ingredient in their product but you can also find this related brominated oil product in small grocery stores and they are very popular brands like you can find on Sun Drop citrus-flavored soda.

Already some countries banned this product in their country like the Europen Union and Japan and we can also see that last month, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill to ban four product in their product. One of them on a product is brominated vegetable oil.

On Thursday in a study, the FDA said that brominated oil is not safe for longer use and they also found that so many health-related issues after using these products like the ingredient being toxic to the thyroid it’s very badly affecting heart rate, metabolism, and blood pressure.


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