LadyMhttps://www.fedup.com.au/information/in ... s-to-avoid
The top line are the 'colour' additives to avoid. Since I was doing this in the early 80's some of the colourings have been found to be not as bad as others, though nothing is one size fits all, as not everyone reacts the same to everything.
I'm sure I've seen that list in American speak, not sure where.
Everyone does have a limit of colours and flavours, but the amount they can eat before they react or feel ill, varies.
If everything in your pantry has colours/dyes in them, its more likely there is an overload.
If you go back to natural ingredients, that's a good place to start.
This really is a change of diet to anticipate - so there are alternatives in the house - and then propose as a trial for - 3-4 weeks to see what happens. Bear in mind that withdrawals sometimes happen, which is a sign there is really a problem. Yes we can get addicted to things that harm us. and food manufacturers know it and add them in aplenty. If its more-ish, read the ingredients again..
BTW excess broccoli has been found by some to cause real aggravation of arthritis. (naturally high in msg)
and food intolerances muck up blood sugar stability too.
I've been walking most days, more often the 3k route. pushups are the window sill variety.