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Banned foods allowed in the U.S.

Published On: Apr 04 2013 12:59:11 PM EDT   Updated On: Apr 05 2013 02:00:00 AM EDT

They're banned in other countries, but these 13 food ingredients are still allowed in the U.S.

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Nutritionist Mira Calton and her husband, Dr. Jayson Calton, studied more than 150 ingredients during a six-year, expedition around the world and put together a list of 13 ingredients banned in other countries that are still allowed in the U.S. Their book "Rich Food, Poor Food" was released in February.

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