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  1. The preservative Sodium Benzoate is also known as Benzoic Acid, Benzene, Benzoate, and as E211.

    While a natural version of this substance can be found in nature, this is not what is put into consumer products. The synthetic chemical version of Sodium Benzoate was found to significantly increased damage to DNA (which triggers cell mutation and cancer) when it was added to the cells in various concentrations.

    Documented side effects of sodium benzoate include asthma attacks, hives, or other allergic reactions. A more common problem with Sodium Benzoate is when it is combined with citric acid and/or ascorbic acid (synthetic vitamin C). When these ingredients are combined, they form benzene, a cancer-causing chemical associated with leukemia and other blood cancers.

    Another consideration is a possible link between sodium benzoate and ADHD (attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder). The Mayo Clinic notes that the preservative (as well as several food dyes) may enhance or trigger hyperactivity in children.  [edit]
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