ouroborus4 wrote:Dipotassium phosphate is considered likely safe (though not definitely) in small amounts unless you are pregnant or breastfeeding. It is dangerous beyond small amounts and is found in many processed foods: http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-971-PHOSPHATE%20SALTS%20%28Dipotassium%20Phosphate%29.aspx?activeIngredientId=971&activeIngredientName=PHOSPHATE%20SALTS%20%28Dipotassium%20Phosphate%29
Something's effed with that link. It leads me to a description of saw palmetto as a treatment for an enlarged prostate. When I search WebMD for "dipotassium phosphate" it produces no results, though that may well be because it isn't a fucking drug. At best it's a supplement (as a search for "dipotassium phosphate" and "nursing mothers") will prove, though our discussion revolves around it as a food additive, so what point you're trying to make is beyond me(at). But that appears to be par for the course.
Titanium Dioxide is a possible carcinogen: http://www.ccohs.ca/headlines/text186.html
Yep a possible carcinogen ... but only when you inhale it in it's pure powdered form (or, rather, when rats do in "high concentrations"). That article has nothing to say about its use as a pigment in food or human ingestion of same. But don't let that little detail stop you from being misleading and alarmist.
Do you even read the shit you reference before you post a link? The only thing you've proven in all your yammering here is that you can't search your way out of a wet paper bag and your reading comprehension is somewhere south of abysmal.
Now, do I need to gift-wrap your ass given that it's the holiday season, or is merely handing it to you sufficient?