E129 – allura red. E129 is a red or orange like synthetic dye which is used as a food colouring in drinks and sweets. As well as being linked to hyperactive behaviour in children, it may also cause allergic skin reactions in adults, especially anyone sensitive to aspirin. It’s worth noting that E129 has already been banned in many countries, including France, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Norway and Sweden.
E133 – Brilliant blue FCF. E133 is another synthetic colouring dye, which adds a blue colour to some products. Some people have been found to experience allergic reactions after consuming products containing E133 and this E number is already banned in Austria, Sweden, Switzerland, France, Germany and Norway.
E110 Sunset Yellow side effects:
A synthetic coal tar and azo dye used in fermented foods that need heat treatment. This FD&C Yellow No. 6 has been known to cause side effects such as a runny nose, nasal congestion, hives, allergies, kidney tumors, chromosomal damage, hyperactivity, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, indigestion and a lott of appetite or taste for food. E110 Sunset Yellow is banned in Norway. Other dangers of E110 Sunset Yellow are vomiting and severe weight loss.