Tuesday, January 18, 2011

7 Safe Food Additive | Healthy Lifes


Food additives, was actually part of the raw materials of food, but added to food to affect the nature or form of food. Which includes, among other dyes, preservatives, flavorings, antigumpal material, bleaching materials and thickeners.
7 Safe Food Additive
Here is a safe food additive by SK Menkes no.722/Menkes/Per/IX/88:

1. Food preservatives - Acid benzoate as much as 1 g per 1 kg of dough. - Sodium benzoate as much as 1 g per 1 kg of dough. - Acid Propionate as much as 3 g per 1 kg of dough (for bread). - Sulfur dioxide of 500 mg per 1 kg of dough.

2. Food dyes - Ponceau 4 R to dye chilli sauce with a dose of 300 mg per 1 kg of food or 70 mg per 1 kg of beverages. - Red allura/allura red with a dose of 70 mg per 1 kg of food or 300 mg per 1 kg of dough.

-Erytrosine with a dose of 300 mg per 1 kg body weight per day. - Yellow FCF. - Sunset Yellow.

3. Sweeteners - Sakarin with a dose of 2.5 mg per 1 kg body weight per day. - Sodium cyclamate with a dose of 11 mg per 1 kg body weight per day. - Aspartame at a dose of 40 mg per 1 kg body weight per day. - Sorbitol (used for diabetics and people who need low calorie).

4. Flavor and aroma - MSG (mono sodium glutamate) micin/MSG at a dose of 120 mg per kg of body weight per day.

5. Bleach and bund powder - Ascorbic acid/ascorbic acid/vitamin C dose of 200 mg per kg of body weight per day. - Acetone peroxide taste.

6. Thickener - Pectin dose of 10 g per kg (there are 2 kinds of apple pectin and citrus pectin). - Gelatin dose of 5 mg per kg. - CMC/carboxy Methyl Cellulose.

7. Antioxidants - Acid ascorbat/Ascorbic acid/vitamin C dose of 500 mg per kg for meat products. - BHT dose of 200 mg per kg as antitengik for cooking oil. - TBHQ dose antitengik for cooking oil

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